For directions of this portion of the tour. At the intersection of Route 16 one would proceed straight onto Old Waynesboro Road. Once you have passed the intersection, this is the road where the Confederate wagons were attacked by the 1st West Virginia Cavalry followed by Custer’s Brigade. Follow Old Waynesboro Road (Old Rt 16) all the way down the mountain until you get to Rouzerville.
From here you can do one or two things:
Proceed onto Waterloo Road and continue following Kilpatrick’s track or you can see the area where the wagons laid from falling down the mountain at RedRunPark.
Red Run Park side trip: From Old Rt 16, turn right onto Washington Township Blvd. Get into your right land and at the traffic light in front of Sheets make a right onto Route 16 and proceed no more than two miles and RedRunPark is located on your left. To get back to the driving tour, reverse your directions.
Continue on Waterloo Road to the intersection of Pen Mar Road and Harbaugh Church Road. Go straight onto Harbaugh Church Road and follow this all the way to Midvale Road (MD Rt. 418). Turn left at stop sign onto Midvale Road and you’ll enter Maryland. From here drive about two and a half miles to Ringgold. This is where this tour ends.
This bridge marks the break through of the Union cavalry at Monterey Pass. Two companies of the 5th Michigan will charge a crossed this bridge and file to the left. The 1st West Virginia Cavalry will then charge through capturing the Confederate cannon.