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Arizona United States #160 Highway Guide

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Junction: US Highway 89
Junction of Arizona Highway US 89 and Arizona Highway US 160. West terminus of US Highway 160. South on US Highway 89 to Bitter Springs, Coconino County, Arizona. Limited services.
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Airport: Tuba City, AZ
Tuba City Airport, near central business district of Tuba City, AZ. Alt: 4,960 ft.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 264
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 and Arizona State Highway 264 to community of Moenkopi,Arizona. On Indian Route 101 to city of Tuba, Arizona, within the Painted Desert,largest community of Navajo Indians. Located about 50 miles from the east entrance to Grand Canyon National Park. Navajo Nation Police Dept. on Main Street, Tuba City. Alt: 4,960 ft.
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Pasture Canyon Reservoir, AZ
Pasture Canyon Reservoir, Tuba City, Arizona. Fishing.
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Tonalea, AZ
Community of Tonalea, Coconino County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 5,650 ft.
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Natural Rock Formation: Elephant's Feet, AZ
Elephant's Feet are natural rock formations along Arizona US Highway 160, Tonalea, Arizona, 34 miles east of the junction of US Highway 160 & US Highway 89 or 16 1/2 miles west where US Highway 160 & Arizona State Highway 98 intersect.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 98
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 and State Highway 98. To Shonto, Arizona (Left on State Highway 98, then right on Indn Route 221.
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Junction: State Highway 564
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 and State Highway 564. Navajo National Monument. West of Kayenta, AZ.Site of ancestral Hisatsinom cliff dwellings. Has a visitor center, two small campgrounds, picnic area, and two short mesa trails. Also conducts free tours of cliff dwellings at Keet Seel and Betatakin.
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Junction: US Highway 163
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 and US 163. Community of Kayenta, in Navajo County, Arizona. Located south of Monument Valley. Many hotels and motels servicing visitors to Monument Valley. On US 163, you can see El Capitan, rising over 1500 ft, Navajo consider it sacred.
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Airport: Kayenta, AZ
Kayenta Airport, community of Kayenta, Arizona. Alt: 5,750 ft.
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Junction: Indian Route 59
Junction of Arizona Highway Interstate 160 & Indian Route 59. To community of Chilchinbito, Navajo County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 5,950 ft.
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Dennehotso. AZ
Community of Dennehotso, in Apache County. Limited services. Alt: 5,015 ft.
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Junction: US Highway 191
Junction of US Highway 160 & 191 to Rock Point, AZ. US Highway 160 briefly overlaps US Highway 191 up to its junction with Mexican Water Rd to the north.
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Junction: Mexican Water Rd.
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 and Mexican Water Rd on US Highway 191, which crosses the Arizona-Utah state line.
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Red Mesa, AZ
Community of Red Mesa in Apache County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 5,364 ft.
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Junction: Indian Route 35
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 and Indian Route 35 to Arizona-Utah state line. Indian Route 35 becomes Red Mesa Rd in Utah.
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Junction: US Highway 64
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 & US Highway 64 (which crosses into New Mexico). Community of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona. Western boundary of US Highway 160 and US Highway 64. Limited services.
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Arizona/New Mexico State Line
Arizona-New Mexico state line. Near Four Corners Monument, the point where the boundaries of four states (Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah)intersect. Also marks the boundary between the Navajo Nation and the Ute Indian Reservation. LD10