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Old 07-17-2015, 07:35 PM   #1
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Ohio to Ashville

Any suggestions on a route from Columbus,Ohio to Ashville N.C.? MapQuest gives 3 suggestions, route 23 or I-77 to I-81 or I-75 to I-40. Thanks for any suggestions!

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Been both ways to Ashville, really about the same distance, More Hills on 77 down to 81.
Down 75 is a nice drive too with only a couple of hills - (Jellico) and a little incline heading East through the Gorge - (I-40). Very Scenic at day break.

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There is a lot of construction on I-75 through Cincinnati, but you can finesse that by doing the by-pass. From the Ky line onward, it is clear sailing. Came through there last week. Only one really long pull around Jellico - gain of about 1000 feet with 5 or 6 % grade.
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Truck traffic in 81 is always bad. I'd do what wallacerm said - 75 except for bypass around Cincinnati.
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