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Old 03-07-2020, 07:46 AM   #1
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Hi, I am looking for the best way to travel in a 40 ft. motorhome towing a trailer from Michigan to Myrtle Beah, SC. Would like to avoid mountains if possible. Looked at my Eastern States truckers directory and it looks like it could be a problem on the Virginia, North Carolina border? Has us going from 77 south to 74 east to 52. Does that bypass the bad part of 52? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
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There's no avoiding the mountains unless you go to Myrtle Beach via Alabama. That said I-77 is your best route through the Appalachians. If you plan on coming out of Michigan on I-75 I suggest you take it all the way down to Dayton. Then head SE on Hwy 35 to pick up I-64 at Teays Valley. It's a short run over to I-77 from there. Take I-77 through the mountains and down to I-74 at Pine Ridge. Follow I-74 / Hwy 52 / Hwy 74 almost to Wilmington where you pick up I-140 Bypass. Take it to Hwy 17 and Myrtle Beach.
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I would have to agree just no way to avoid those mountains. I go to just outside MB to Marysville OH every year. Most of the route sounds about right. I would suggest exiting at route 33 off I77 (silverton) and angling across OH. A more direct route and better scenery. Just take outerbelt to the west around Columbus.

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