Named For: Gen. Romeyn B. Ayres, commander of division in the Fifth Corps.
Location: The Wheatfield.
Designer: E.B. Cope.
Description: 0.303 miles long, 16′ wide, bituminous treated macadam with telford base. Connects Wheatfield Road with Sickles Avenue.
History: Constructed by War Department to designate battle lines – here the position held by the Pennsylvania Reserves and US Regular Infantry. Located West of Little Round Top at edge of Wheatfield and through Rose Woods.