Lohana State Route 768 (abbreviated LOH-768, formerly Lohana State Route 2768) is an east-west state route in the state of Lohana, running from State Route 371 near Bullett to State Route 377 near Thirdtown.
It was renumbered from 2768 to 768 in 2005.
- State Route 371 in Bullett
- Dragoonasag Interstate Route 61 near Ellotta
- State Route 299 in Heardonia County
- State Route 377 near Thirdtown
Route description and attractionsEdit
Lohana State Route 768 is routed along a two-lane road, running southeast. Motorists on the road can see a carving of William Herbestadt's (a central figure in Edinburg County's history) face on the side of a rock formation.