West Virginia Route 29

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West Virginia Route 29

WV 29 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by WVDOH
Length69.3 mi[1] (111.5 km)
Major junctions
South end US 48 / WV 55 / WV 259 in Baker
Major intersections US 50 concurrent near Pleasant Dale
WV 127 at Forks of Cacapon
North end WV 9 near Paw Paw
CountryUnited States
StateWest Virginia
CountiesHardy, Hampshire
Highway system
WV 28 US 30

West Virginia Route 29 is a north–south state highway located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. The southern terminus of the route is at West Virginia Route 55 and West Virginia Route 259 (Corridor H) in Baker, Hardy County. The northern terminus is at West Virginia Route 9 three miles (5 km) south of Paw Paw in Hampshire County.

Route description

View north along WV 29 at US 48/WV 55/WV 259 in Baker
View north along WV 29 near Sedan

From Rio to Hanging Rock, WV 29 is named Delray Road for the community of Delray. This stretch was formerly known as North River Road (County Route 11) for the river it parallels. From Hanging Rock to the Augusta WV 29 wye fork, WV 29 runs concurrent with U.S. Route 50 and is referred to as the Northwestern Turnpike. From the Augusta WV 29 wye fork to the Forks of Cacapon West Virginia Route 127 wye fork, WV 29 is named the Bloomery Pike for Bloomery on WV 127. This route was known as the Martinsburg Grade.


Major intersections

HardyBaker US 48 / WV 55 / WV 259 – Wardensville, Mathias, Moorefieldinterchange
US 50 east – Winchester, VA
south end of US 50 overlap

US 50 west – Romney
north end of US 50 overlap

WV 127 east to US 522
WV 9 – Paw Paw, Berkeley Springs
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Distance calculated using Microsoft MapPoint mapping software.