**LOCATION**

Driving Directions:

 

From Charleston and Central West Virginia:

Take I-79N to Route 32E at Weston, WV (Exit 99).  Follow 33E through Elkins, to Harman, WV.  At Harman, take Route 32N to Canaan Valley.

 

From Northern Virginia:

Follow I-66W to I-81S near Strasburg, VA.  Follow I-81S only a short distance to the exit for Route 55W.  Stay on Route 55W through Moorefield, WV to Petersburg, WV and on to Harman, WV.  At Harman, take Route 32N to Canaan Valley.

 

From Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC:

From I-270N take I-70W to Hancock, MD.  At Hancock, take I-68W to Cumberland, MD.  At Cumberland, MD take Route 220S through Keyser, WV until it intersects with Route 50W at New Creek, WV.  Stay on Route 50W only a short distance until it junctions with 93W.  Follow 93W to Davis, WV.  At Davis take Route 32S to Canaan Valley.

 

From Pittsburgh and PA:

Take I-79S to Morgantown, WV.  From Morgantown, take I-68E to Route 42S at Friendsville, MD (68E to 219S alternate snow route).  Follow Route 42S until it intersects with Route 219S at McHenry, MD.  Stay on Route 219S through Oakland, MD, then to Thomas, WV.  At Thomas take Route 32S to Canaan Valley.

 

From Richmond, VA:

Take I-64W to 220N.  Take Route 220N to Franklin, WV.  At Franklin, take Route 33W to Harman, WV.  At Harman take Route 32N to Canaan Valley.

 

From Roanoke, VA:

Take 220N to Franklin, WV.  At Franklin take Route 33W to Harman, WV.  At Harman take Route 32N to Canaan Valley.

 

From Columbus, OH:

Take I-70E to I-79S to Morgantown, WV.  From Morgantown, take I-68E to Route 42S at Friendsville, MD (68E to 219S alternate snow route).  Follow  Route 42S until it intersects with Route 219S at McHenry, MD.  Stay on Route 219S through Oakland, MD, then to Thomas, WV.  At Thomas take Route 32S to Canaan Valley.

 

Suggestions: 1) Please carry a current map with you.  2) I-68 was formerly Route 40-48 in Maryland and West Virginia.  West Virginia Routes 42 and 93 combine as one coming up the Scheer Mountain, between Scherr and the top of the mountain (4 times).