Named after the original road that took settlers from the east to the Ohio Country and beyond. Anyone who wanted to go west traveled Olde Pack Saddle Road from the early 1700’s until 1791. The name derived from the fact no wagons could traverse the trail. It was only wide enough for a man and his pack horse to pass on. Washington and Braddock’s Army likely used Pack Saddle road on the way to and from their defeat.