Top 6 trips from Washington, DC to Columbus

Washington, DC to Columbus
starting from Washington, DC
30 minutes → Rockville
1.5 hours → Sideling Hill
50 minutes → Frostburg
48 minutes → Fallingwater
48 minutes → Monongahela
2.5 hours → Wheeling
1.5 hours → Zanesville
57 minutes → Columbus
7.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Columbus via Pittsburgh
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Harpers Ferry
1.5 hours → Sideling Hill
2 hours → Pittsburgh
1.5 hours → Zanesville
57 minutes → Columbus



7.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Columbus via Huntington
starting from Washington, DC
1.5 hours → Gettysburg
1.5 hours → Sideling Hill
2 hours → Morgantown
1.5 hours → Gassaway
2 hours → Huntington
2.5 hours → Columbus


11 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Columbus via Lexington
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Harpers Ferry
2 hours → Morgantown
2 hours → Huntington
2 hours → Lexington
3.5 hours → Columbus



13 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Columbus via Lexington
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Harpers Ferry
2 hours → Ohiopyle State Park
3 hours → Charleston
1 hour → Ashland
2 hours → Lexington
3.5 hours → Columbus


13 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Columbus via New York City
starting from Washington, DC
2.5 hours → South Philadelphia
2 hours → New York City
2.5 hours → Harrisburg
1.5 hours → Breezewood
2.5 hours → Wheeling
2 hours → Columbus


13.5 hours of driving

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