|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||10.5 miles (16.9 km)|
|Now part of:||A337|
|Route outline (key)|
The road started on the A35 on the edge of Christchurch, at the exact point where the A35 bypass now rejoins that road's original route. The A3068 headed eastwards through coastal settlements such as Highcliffe and Barton, although it never got particularly close to the coast itself. On the far edge of Barton the B3058 was met; this road now became the closest classified road to the sea whilst the A3068 continued along its easterly alignment.
A number of tight bends (some of which have since been removed) took the road through Leagreen to meet the B3058 again in Everton. The road then continued into Lymington. It climbed Stanford Hill to end at a triple-point in the town centre, where the A3069 Southampton Road and B3054 Queen Street also ended.