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U.S. Highway 93

United States Highway 93 is a major north-south United States highway in the western U.S., extending between the Canadian border in Montana from its northern terminus to Wickenburg, Arizona, a small town about 50 miles (80 km) northwest of Phoenix.

Major cities that U.S. Highway 93 travels through include Missoula, Montana, Twin Falls, Idaho, and Las Vegas, Nevada.

Popular bumper sticker often seen in Montana: "Pray for me, I drive Hwy 93!"

Table of contents
1 Termini
2 Historic Termini
3 Alternate Routes
4 States Traversed
5 Related US Routes
6 Sources


As of 2004, the highway's northern terminus is in Lincoln County, Montana at the Canadian border, where it continues as Provincial Highway 93. Its southern terminus is in Wickenburg, Arizona at an intersection with U.S. Highway 60.

Historic Termini

Until 1993, US 93 ended a few miles north of Wickenburg, Arizona at a junction with U.S. Highway 89. When US 89 was decommissioned in the area, the US 93 designation was carried on into Wickenburg.

Alternate Routes

As of 2004, Alternate US 93 has a northern terminus at Wells, Nevada. It rejoins US 93 at an intersection called "Lages Station" in northern White Pine County, Nevada. While the main line of US 93 is the direct route from Lages Station to Wells, Alt US 93 provides a shortcut to eastbound Interstate 80 and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Until the 1970s, an alternate route also existed in Idaho.

States Traversed

The highway passes through the following states:

Related US Routes