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Idaho United States #93 Highway Guide

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0.0
0.0
7011 ft.
Montana State Line
Terminus of highway guide at Montana State Line. The state line is at Lost Trail Pass in the Bitterroot Mountains. The pass is at its highest elevation of 7014 feet (2138 m). Access to the Lost Trail Ski Area is also near this point.
2.4
3.8
6329 ft.
Switchback
Switchback at Little Moose Creek.
4.6
7.4
5807 ft.
Tight Curve
Tight curve at North Fork Salmon River.
13.6
21.9
4472 ft.
Gibsonville
Community of Gibsonville. No services.
24.6
39.6
3635 ft.
North Fork, Idaho
Community of North Fork, Idaho. Confluence of theNorth Fork of the Salmon River and the Salmon River.
29.9
48.1
3678 ft.
Fourth of July Creek
Crossing Fourth of July Creek.
41.8
67.3
3825 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over Salmon River, ID.
45.5
73.2
3937 ft.
Salmon, Idaho.
Community of Salmon, Idaho. The Lemhi Valley near Salmon is the birthplace of Sacagawea, the only Lewis and Clark Expedition's female member. The Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural and Educational Center (200 Main Street, 208-756-1188).
46.2
74.3
3953 ft.
Junction of Idaho highway 28.
Southeast to Leadore, Idaho.
50.4
81.1
4035 ft.
Airport
Lemhi County Airport.
51.4
82.7
4035 ft.
Access Williams Lake
Access to Williams Lake and Williams Lake Resort. Head West and turn at Williams Creek Road. In a 1/2 mile turn South onto Williams Lake Road. Follow a about 16 miles.
70.1
112.8
4377 ft.
Elk Bend, Idaho
Community of Elk Bend, Idaho. Across river and to the South. No services.
94.1
151.4
4731 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over Salmon River, ID.
103.3
166.2
5046 ft.
Challis Airport
Challis Airport public use airport.
104.4
168.0
5177 ft.
Challis, Idaho
Community of Challis, Idaho. Mining town. Land of the Yankee Fork State Park. Interpretive Center, museum exhibits, a gold panning station, audiovisual programs.
106.6
171.5
5007 ft.
Junction of Idaho route 75.
Southwest to Clayton, Idaho.
106.9
172.0
4990 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over the Salmon River in Idaho.
117.3
188.7
5823 ft.
Canyon
Grandview Canyon.
137.4
221.1
6329 ft.
Borah Peak
Borah Peak, due East, is the highest mountain in the U.S. state of Idaho.
152.4
245.3
6184 ft.
Mackay Reservoir
Southwest of this Idaho highway is the Mackay reservoir.
158.0
254.3
5902 ft.
Mackay, Idaho
Community of Mackay, Idaho. Limited services. Mackay Airport. Lost River Museum (in the historical Methodist Church building at Capitol Street.) Restaurants on main steet.
176.7
284.3
5472 ft.
Moore, Idaho
Community of Moore, Idaho.
184.3
296.6
5325 ft.
Junction of Idaho highways US20 and US26 - Arco,
Community of Arco, Idaho. First community with nuclear generated electricity in 1955 from the National Reactor Testing Station. Southeast to the Idaho National Laboratory, Naval Reactors Facility.

187.0
300.9
5325 ft.
Airport
Arco Airport.
203.3
327.1
5928 ft.
Craters of the Moon National Monument
Craters of the Moon National Monument. Lava flows, islands of cinder cones, sagebrush, weird and scenic landscape, visitors center, trails, campground (no reservations).
214.6
345.4
5164 ft.
Lava Lake
Lava Lake is a shallow lake at the base of a lava field.
228.6
367.8
4780 ft.
Carey, Idaho
Community of Carey, Idaho. Limited services. Carely Airport. Queen's Crown Mountain to the Southwest. Junction Idaho US highway 20. West to Picabo, Idaho.
251.0
403.9
4278 ft.
Richfield, Idaho
Community of Richfield, Idaho. Outlaw Day (second Saturday in June each year).
255.0
410.4
4180 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over Little Wood River.
266.7
429.2
3963 ft.
Junction of Idaho highway US 75. - Shoshone
Community of Shoshone, Idaho. Attractions: Mannie Shaw's Old Time Fiddler's Jamboree (second Sunday in July). Nearby natural features: Shoshone Ice Caves, Mammoth Caves, Malad Gorge, City of Rocks, Balanced Rock, Oregon Trail, Shoshone Falls, Snake River Canyon. North to Magic Reservoir.
267.1
429.9
3973 ft.
Junction of Idaho route 24.
East six miles to Dietrich, Idaho.
281.7
453.3
4058 ft.
Junction of Idaho highway 25.
West 0ne mile to to community of Jerome, Idaho & Jerome county airport. Attractions: Minidoka Internment National Monument - (commemorates the hardships and sacrifices of Japanese Americans interned there during World War II)
287.3
462.4
3701 ft.
Junction of Idaho Interstate 84.
Northwest to Jerome, Idaho. Southeast to Hazelton, Idaho.

290.2
467.0
3123 ft.
Perrine Bridge
Perrine Bridge over the Snake River. High steel arch bridge.
290.6
467.6
3632 ft.
Shopping Mall
Magic Valley Mall.
290.8
468.0
3642 ft.
Centennial Waterfront Park
Centennial Waterfront Park. Views of Snake River and Perrine Bridge. Parking. Picnicking. Docks. Water access. follow Canyon Springs Road. At the bottom of the switch back turn right.
291.9
469.8
3694 ft.
Twin Falls, Idaho
Community of Twin Falls, Idaho. College of Southern Idaho (Herrett Center for Arts and Sciences - Museum - Planetarium - 315 Falls Avenue, ). Park and Shoshone Falls "Niagara of the West" - Turn East to Champlin Road then turn North and go another 1/2 mile. The park includes Dierkes Lake. Walking trails. View points. Picnicking. Perrine Bridge Festival (September. B.A.S.E. Jumping, Parachuting, Kayak Racing and family related activities).
293.9
473.0
3727 ft.
Junction of Idaho highway US 30.
Southeast to Kimberly, Idaho.

294.8
474.4
3619 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over Rock Creek, ID.
299.6
482.1
3786 ft.
Junction of Idaho highway US 30.
West to Filer, Idaho.

301.4
485.0
3930 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over a small Idaho river.
303.0
487.6
4049 ft.
Junction of Idaho highway 74.
Access to southern end of Twin Falls, ID.
303.5
488.4
4078 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over a small Idaho river.
314.3
505.8
4531 ft.
Hollister, Idaho
Community of Hollister, Idaho. Limited services.
323.7
521.0
4908 ft.
Rogerson, Idaho
Community of Rogerson, Idaho. Limited services. West five miles to the Salmon Falls Dam. Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir.
341.1
548.9
5390 ft.
Nevada State Line
Terminus of highway guide. Nevada State Line near Jackpot, Nevada.