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U.S. Highway 93 -- Northbound from Las Vegas
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U.S. Highway 93
U.S. Highway 93
Interstate 15, approaching Highway 93 exit (view NE)

Overview

U.S. Highway 93 isn't really a "backroad," but it provides access to many of the places and backroads we love. The highway is long and mostly straight, with a speed limit of 70 mph. Gas, food, and supplies are scattered along at intervals of about 80-100 miles as the highway runs north through eastern Nevada.

Highway 93 provides access to hikes in the Arrow Canyon Range, Desert National Wildlife Range, Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge, various Wilderness areas, plus access to some amazing rock art sites in Lincoln County and even a nice trilobite quarry.

Excellent birding opportunities can be found in the Pahranagat National Wildlife Range and Key-Pittman Wildlife Management Area.

Link to Road Map.

U.S. Highway 93
Interstate 15, at Highway 93 exit (view NE)

Watch Out

Other than the standard warnings about being in the desert, ...this road is pretty safe, but be sure that your vehicle is in good working condition, carry plenty of water, and pack a few snacks. Always drive carefully; even though the road is maintained, there are occasional hazards such as errant rocks and holes in the roadway.

While out, please respect the land and the other people out there, and try to Leave No Trace of your passage. This road goes into remote areas, so be sure to bring what you need of the 10 Essentials. Cell phones don't work in some areas, especially north of Alamo.

U.S. Highway 93
Highway 93 exit ramp (view NE)

Getting to the Road

Highway 93 starts in central Arizona and runs north through Las Vegas en route to the Canadian border in Montana, but for the purpose here, Highway 93 begins where it separates from Interstate-15, just north of town.

From Las Vegas, drive north on Interstate-15 for 21 miles to Exit 64. Watch for signs to Pioche, Ely, Alamo, Caliente, and Great Basin National Park. Exit right, then turn left at the stop sign.

Highway 93
Highway 93 exit ramp (view NE)

The Road

Great Basin Highway separates from Interstate-15 at the exit for the regional landfill. At the bottom of the exit ramp (Table 1, Site 0674), the road to the right runs towards the county landfill; if you are hungry, consider stopping at the food truck parked on the right. They make a mean breakfast burrito.

Turning left and driving under the interstate, there is a wide parking area on the right. Beyond the asphalt, several yards out in the desert, there is an information sign and historical marker for the Old Spanish Trail. Stop of a few minutes and read about the history of this lands.

Love's Truck Stop comes into view ahead on the left at an introduction to the Apex Industrial area. The next gas and food are about 75 miles up the road, and the next toilets are 65 miles up the road, so stop and use them if you need them.

Highway 93
Highway 93 exit ramp (view NE)

Highway 93 heads north, climbing gently up an alluvial fan and passing power plants on both sides of the road. Some are natural-gas fired plants, but others are solar. Leaving the Apex area, the highway passes through a gap in the low mountains, bends a bit to the right, and heads out across Hidden Valley and into the wilds of central Nevada.

The Great Basin Highway runs north-northeast across the long flat valley. The mountains to the east are the Arrow Canyon Range; those to the west are the Las Vegas Range and are inside the Desert National Wildlife Range. Old fire scars on the landscape, mostly on the west side of the highway in the wildlife refuge, but also on the east side, date from 2005 and 2006, two very bad years for wildfire in the desert.

The highway runs straight, then touches crags on the left. The rocky crags are part of the Las Vegas Range. The highway bends a bit to the left, and by this time, the Arrow Canyon Range is protected from development inside the Arrow Canyon Wilderness Area. High-tension powerlines, seen across the valley, run near the edge of the wilderness area.

Highway 93
Highway 93, emerging from under the interstate (view N)

Just after the bend, a cell tower and a white mine scar can be seen ahead on the right at the base of the mountains. The turnoff (Site 1026; 16.4 miles out) and short road into this area provides access to southern parts of the Arrow Canyon Range and a nice hike in the hills to Arrow Guzzler.

In this area, the boundary of the wildlife refuge, on the left, comes down from the hills and parallels the highway. White signs, some distance off, can be seen to mark the boundary.

As the highway runs down into Coyote Springs Valley, trailhead parking for two hikes in the Arrow Canyon Range are passed. The first is the trailhead for Big Arrow Peak (Site 0876), the highpoint of the range; the second is for Peak 5146 and Hidden Peak (Site 0880).

Highway 93 continues north, northwest for several miles. With good afternoon lighting, the banded west face of the Arrow Canyon Range is one of the most impressive geological sights in southern Nevada. Perhaps equally impressive but in a different way, Arrow Canyon, proper, is on the other side of the mountains.

Approaching Old Corn Creek Road (view N)
Wide parking and info sign about the Old Spanish Trail (view N)

Eventually, for the first time since leaving the Apex area, powerlines cross the highway. At this point (Site 0649), a dirt road turns left. Without signs or other warning, this is the north end of Mormon Well Road, which crosses the wildlife refuge to emerge from the wild lands some 40 miles away at Corn Creek, an oasis and birdwatching hot spot.

The highway passes a power substation on the right, and in about 2 miles, the high-tension powerlines that were on the east side of the valley cross to the west side of the road.

Shortly thereafter, Highway 93 passes a T-intersection with Highway 168 (30.7 miles out). Highway 168 provides access to the now defunct Coyote Springs City development, a golf course, the town of Warm Springs, the other side of the Arrow Canyon Range, Moapa National Wildlife Refuge, and the towns of Moapa and Glendale down on Interstate 15.

Approaching Old Corn Creek Road (view N)
Sign and marker for the Old Spanish Trail (view N)

Continuing north and up Coyote Springs Valley, the mountains to the west are the Sheep Range, still inside Desert National Wildlife Range, and the mountains to the east are the Meadow Valley Range, the higher elevations of which are in the Meadow Valley Range Wilderness Area. In the near ground on both sides of the highway, habitat damage and dead palm trees are all that remain of the defunct Coyote Springs City development.

Just beyond the last of Coyote Springs (nearly 4 miles long), Highway 93 crosses the Clark-Lincoln County line (34.5 miles out).

Continuing north, the highway passes a T-intersection with Kane Springs Road (Site 1549), a long dirt road that runs east and can be used as a backroad (certainly not a shortcut) to the city of Caliente. Shortly thereafter, the highway passes, on the left, an old ranch that has been converted to a poorly regulated landfill. I hate to think of how the dump will affect groundwater in the years to come. Rumors abound about buried radioactive waste and toxic chemicals where only construction debris should be dumped.

Approaching Old Corn Creek Road (view N)
Information about the Old Spanish Trail

The highway continues north. The mountains on the right are now the Delamar Range, and as before, the higher elevations of the southwest portion of the Delamars are protected as the Delamar Mountains Wilderness Area.

The highway continues northward into the end of Coyote Springs Valley, and when the rock walls begin to pinch the road, the highway abruptly bends left into a fairly narrow canyon. Here, about 58 miles out, the highway enters Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge and passes a dry lake (Maynard Lake) on the right and a spring with a cottonwood tree on the left.

Shortly, the road emerges from the narrows into the expansive Pahranagat Valley. Here, the wildlife refuge manages the lowlands for the next 10 miles. The highway passes Lower Lake (during winter, a long, narrow lake; during summer, a long, narrow mudflat), which has a nice unpaved overlook where winter birders can stop and look over the lake.

Approaching Old Corn Creek Road (view N)
Marker post memorializing the Old Spanish Trail (view N)

About 1/2 miles past the overlook, a shady roadside rest on the right invites tired travelers to stop and stretch for a few minutes. There are no toilets, but those in need can continue north another 3 miles to a turnoff (Site 0486; 66 miles out) to Pahranagat NWR Visitor Center (Site 0491). For birders, be sure to stop before getting to the visitor center and look over Middle Marsh for raptors.

Shortly beyond the turn to the visitor center, Old Corn Creek Road (Site 0871) turns left and runs out many miles to Tikaboo Peak. For sturdy hikers, Tikaboo offers the only legal view down into Area 51, the super-top-secret military airbase where the U.S. government is said to keep the captured bodies of aliens, experiment with recovered alien technology, and who knows what else.

Highway 93 continues north, passing on the hillside above the east edge of Upper Lake. The campground between the road and the lake is surprisingly quiet at night given the proximity to the highway. Access to the campground (Site 0701) is a bit beyond the north end of the lake, which also is just past the end of the wildlife refuge.

Approaching Old Corn Creek Road (view N)
Approaching Love's Truck Stop (view N)

Outside the refuge, the highway passes farms and pasture lands operated by some of the original Nevada settler families (of course, the lands were already occupied, but that is a different story).

Houses become more frequent and small businesses start to appear, and passing a large water tank on the left (Go Pahranagat Panthers!), the road drops into the heart of the business district in the town of Alamo (Site 0675; 73 miles out).

Although small, Alamo is a full-service town where travelers can find everything they need, except perhaps open wifi. The gas station includes the typical mini-mart with clean restrooms, but also a full grocery store with some hot food. A bit farther up the highway, the Alamo Inn (sign only says "motel") is located on the left.

Continuing north, the highway passes A Cowboy's Dream, a high-end B&B, and shortly thereafter, South Richardville Road (Site 1119), a left turn onto a paved road. South Richardville leads to The Shooting Gallery, a wonderful rock art site far up in the mountains to the west.

U.S. Highway 93
Traversing Hidden Valley; Arrow Range on the right (view N)

Shortly, the highway passes Windmill Ridge, a restaurant with a wonderful bakery and a few motel cabins out back.

Again, before long, the highway passes North Richardville Road (Site 1120), a left turn onto a paved road. North Richardville also leads to The Shooting Gallery. This is about the end of Alamo, and the highway runs north into the desert again, but with cottonwood trees, pasture lands, and farms to the left that draw water from springs and occasional flows along the White River.

In what always seems like a long ways, but which is only 7 miles from downtown Alamo, the highway enters the village of Ash Spring (80 miles out).

On the near edge of town, a dirt road (Site 1093) hooks back to the right and leads a short distance up to the Ash Springs Rock Art Site. This short side road usually is good, but visitors could walk from the highway.

U.S. Highway 93
Cell tower and mine scar on the right (view N)

Just ahead, the road passes between dense stands of cottonwood trees. On the right (Site 0444), a pond is filled from Ash Spring, proper, and on the left is a gas station with a small, but well stocked mini-mart with hot food and clean restrooms.

On the far edge of town (don't blink), a road to the right leads a few yards to Ash Spring, proper, an improved warm spring popular with locals and visitors alike. Unfortunately, the BLM closed the area for repairs and renovations, apparently with no budget to do the work.

Ash Spring is the last gas for many miles going west, north, or east, so fill up here.

Leaving Ash Spring, Highway 93 runs nearly straight for about 5 miles to a curve to the right. The road curves and climbs a hill, making the upcoming T-intersection with Highway 318 (Site 0677; 85 miles out) a bit hard to see and anticipate.

U.S. Highway 93
Approaching turn to Arrow Guzzler (view N)

Highway 93 continues straight, but for visitors turning left, Highway 318 runs north to the town of Hiko, the City and the Basin and Range area, and the White River Narrows, but the next gas station is 100 miles away in Lund. Turning left, visitors can also drive west on Highway 375, the Extraterrestrial Highway, to visit sites associated with Area 51 and the town of Rachael, but the next gas in that direction is 150 miles away in Tonopah.

Before passing the intersection with Highway 318, be sure to stock up on Alien Jerky (E-T Fresh Jerky), on the right. Plus, as they say, you can deposit your toxic waste here, the last opportunity for a long ways. Past the intersection, Highway 93 really runs out into wild and remote country.

Now running northeast, Highway 93 climbs towards a gap in the mountains, following Crystal Wash, through the Hiko Range. At about 3 miles from the intersection with Highway 318, the road passes a nondescript dirt side road (Site 1096) to the left that leads to the Crystal Wash Entrance Rock Art Site.

U.S. Highway 93
Turn to Arrow Guzzler hike (view N)

Another mile out, a side road leads out the back of a graded parking area (Site 1096) with a trash can on the left of the highway. This road leads over a cattle guard to a historic Shepherd's Camp and the Crystal Wash Main Rock Art Site.

The highway continues northeast, then bends east as it runs over Pahroc Summit Pass. Here, at about 5000 ft elevation, the mountains to the south are the South Pahroc Range, the higher elevations of which are protected inside the South Pahroc Range Wilderness Area. Not surprisingly, the mountains to the north are the North Pahroc Range, the higher elevations of which are protected inside the Big Rocks Wilderness Area.

Continuing east across a broad basin, the area to the south of the highway is Delamar Valley, and the area to the north of the highway is Dry Lake Valley.

Highway 93
Arrow Guzzler Road (view E from Highway 93)

Across the basin, the road passes though the Burnt Springs Range and begins to climb into the Delamar Mountains. At about 30 out from Highway 318, the road passes the signed turnoff (Site 1551) to the Oak Springs Trilobite Site, on the left. This is an interesting BLM site where the public is encouraged to prospect for fossil trilobites using hand tools and for non-commercial purposes.

Continuing, the highway winds its way over Oak Springs Summit (6250 ft; 32 miles out) and then down into the town of Caliente (43 miles out), a full service town.

From Caliente, the highway turns north to run up Meadow Valley Wash, passes Panaca and Cathedral Gorge State Park (58 miles out), and continues north to Pioche (68 miles out) and eventually an intersection with Highway 6 (148 miles out). Here, to the right is Great Basin National Park, and to the left (on Hwy 93) is Ely (175 miles out).

Highway 93
Roadside parking, but not good trailhead parking (view E)
Highway 93
Trailhead parking for Peak 5146 and Hidden Peak (view N)
Highway 93
Trailhead parking for Peak 5146 and Hidden Peak (view N)
Highway 93
The hike towards Peak 5146 and Hidden Peak (view E)
Highway 93
Peak 5146 in the Arrow Canyon Wilderness Area (view E)
Highway 93
Approaching access road to powerlines at base of Arrow Cyn Range
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Mormon Well Road, on the left (view N)
Highway 93
Arrow Canyon Range with snow (view E)
Highway 93
Approaching Mormon Well Road, on the left (view N)
Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Mormon Well Road (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching turn to Highway 168 (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching turn to Highway 168 (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Hwy 168; Coyote Springs sign (view N)
U.S. Highway 93Clark-Lincoln County Line (view N)
Highway 93
Approaching Kane Springs Road (to Elgin; view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Kane Springs Road (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Western Elite Landfill on the left (view W)
U.S. Highway 93
Western Elite Landfill on the left (view W)
U.S. Highway 93
Entrance to Western Elite Landfill on the left (view W)
U.S. Highway 93
Western Elite Landfill's white horse statue on the left (view W)
Highway 93
Approaching historical marker, on the right (view N)
Highway 93Historical marker with picnic table and trash can (view E)
Highway 93
Historical marker (view E)
Highway 93
Text of historical marker (yellow makes it easier to read; view E)
U.S. Highway 93
Entering Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge (view NW)
Highway 93
Entering Pahranagat Valley (view NW)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Lower Lake Overlook (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Bird watchers at Lower Lake Overlook (view N)
Highway 93
Sign announcing Lower Lake access road (view N)
Highway 93
Sign announcing Roadside Rest Area (view N)
Highway 93
Approaching Lower Lake access road (view N)
Highway 93
Approaching Roadside Rest Area (view N)
Highway 93
Roadside Rest Area; usually no toilets (view N)
Highway 93
Middle Marsh (view NW)
Highway 93
Approaching Middle Marsh access road (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Sign announcing Pahranagat Visitor Center, 1 mile (view N)
Highway 93
Middle Marsh access road (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching left turn to Pahranagat NWR Visitor Center (view N)
Highway 93
Camping 3 miles ahead at Upper Lake (view N)
Highway 93
Approaching Badger Valley Road (view N)

Approaching Badger Valley Road (view N)
Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Badger Valley Road (view N)
Highway 93
Badger Valley Road (view W from Highway 93)
Highway 93
First view of Upper Pahranagat Lake (view N)
Highway 93
Upper Pahranagat Lake (view N)
Highway 93
Marshy north end of Upper Pahranagat Lake (view N)
Highway 93
Upper Pahranagat Lake Access Road (view N)
Highway 93
Approaching Upper Pahranagat Lake Access Road (view N)
Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Upper Pahranagat Lake Access Road (view N)
Highway 93
Green fields and livestock south of Alamo
Highway 93
Green fields and livestock south of Alamo
Highway 93
Outskirts of Alamo: Carlos' Restaurant sign (view N)
Highway 93
Outskirts of Alamo: to left to Carlos' Restaurant (view N)
Highway 93
Outskirts of Alamo: Sunset View Hotel (view N)
Highway 93Sunset View Hotel (view NE) Highway 93
Sunset View Hotel sign (view N)
Highway 93
Alamo city limit sign (view N)
Highway 93
Watch the speed -- 50 mph through Alamo (view NW)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Alamo business district (view N)
Highway 93
Alamo business district (view N)
Highway 93
Alamo business district (view N)
Highway 93
Alamo town (view N)
Highway 93
Approaching Alamo Inn (view N)
Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Alamo Inn (view NW)
Highway 93
Alamo Inn (view SW)
Highway 93
Alamo Inn (view W)
Highway 93
Green fields and livestock in Alamo (view N)
U.S. Highway
Bumping the speed limit back to 70 mph -- still in town (view N)
U.S. Highway
Approaching A Cowboy Dream Bed And Breakfast (view N)
U.S. Highway
Cowboy Dream Bed And Breakfast (view NW)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching South Richardville Road, on the left
U.S. Highway 93
Highway 93 at South Richardville Road (view N)
U.S. Highway
Approaching Windmill Ridge Restaurant and Lodging (view N)
Highway 93
Windmill Ridge (view W from near Highway 93)
Highway 93
Windmill Ridge restaurant and bakery (view W)
Highway 93
Windmill Ridge sign (view NW)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching North Richardville Road, on the left
U.S. Highway 93
Hwy 93 at North Richardville Road, on the left
Highway 93
Speed limit drops to 45 approaching Ash Spring (view NW)
Highway 93
Approaching Ash Spring (view N)
Highway 93
Ash Springs city limit sign (view N)
Highway 93
Approaching turn to Ash Springs Rock Art Site (view N)
Highway 93
Turn to Ash Springs Rock Art Site (view N)
Highway 93
Trees lining the roadside here are good birding
Highway 93
Trees lining the roadside here are good birding
Highway 93
Approaching Ash Springs urban area (view N)
Highway 93
Ash Springs covered picnic tables (view NW)
Highway 93
Ash Springs gas station (view N)
Highway 93
Ash Springs gas station and grill (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Hwy 318 turnoff (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Hwy 318 turnoff (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Hwy 318 turnoff (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Hwy 318 turnoff (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Hwy 318 turnoff (view N)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Hwy 318 turnoff (view NE)
U.S. Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Hwy 318 (view NE)
U.S. Highway 93
E-T Fresh Jerky (view SE)
Highway 93
E-T Fresh Jerky (view SE)
U.S. Highway 93
E-T Fresh Jerky (view SE)
U.S. Highway 93
E-T Fresh Jerky (view SE)
Highway 93
Departing the Highway 93-318 intersection (view NE)
Highway 93
Sign when departing the Highway 93-318 intersection (view NE)
Highway 93
Canyon with sharp curve right ahead (view NE)
Highway 93
Exiting the narrow canyon (view SE)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Crystal Wash Entrance Rock Art Site (view SE)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Crystal Wash Entrance Rock Art Site (view SE)
U.S. Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Crystal Wash Entrance Rock Art Site (view NE)
U.S. Highway 93
Crystal Wash Entrance Rock Art Site spur road (view N)
Highway 93
Highway 93 (view SE)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Crystal Wash Main Rock Art Site (view NE)
U.S. Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Crystal Wash Main Rock Art Site (view NE)
Highway 93
Crystal Wash Main Rock Art Site spur road (view N)
Highway 93
Long, straight road (view NE)
Highway 93
Really long, straight road (view NE)
Highway 93
"Will we ever get there" long, straight road (view NE)
Highway 93
Approaching Pahroc Summit (view E)
Highway 93
Pahroc Summit; 4,931 ft elevation (view E)
Highway 93
Long, straight road (view E)
Highway 93 Highway 93
Highway 93
Long, straight road (view E)
Highway 93
Approaching Delamar Road (view E)
Highway 93
Misspelling of Delamar?
Highway 93
Approaching Delamar Road (view E)
Highway 93
Delamar Road (view S from Highway 93)
Highway 93
Long, straight road (view E)
Highway 93
Powerline Road (view N from Highway 93)
Highway 93
Lots of Joshua Trees (view N)
Highway 93
Heading into the Delamar Mountains (view E)
Highway 93
Heading into the Delamar Mountains (view E)
Highway 93
Oak Springs Trilobite Site (view NE)
Highway 93
Approaching Oak Springs Trilobite Road (view E)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Oak Springs Trilobite Site, on the left (view E)
U.S. Highway 93
Oak Springs Trilobite Site sign (view E)
U.S. Highway 93
Approaching Oak Springs Trilobite Site access road (view E)
U.S. Highway 93
Oak Springs Trilobite Site 1st access road (view N from Hwy 93)
Highway 93
Oak Springs Trilobite Site 1st access road (view N from Hwy 93)
Highway 93
Oak Springs Trilobite Site 2nd access road (view N from Hwy 93)
Highway 93
Approaching Oak Spring Summit (view E)
Highway 93
Oak Spring Summit; 6,237 ft elevation (view E)
Highway 93 Highway 93
Highway 93
Hwy 93 at Silver State OHV Trail access road (view NE)
Highway 93
Starting down into Newman Canyon (view NE)
Highway 93
Newman Canyon (view E)
Highway 93
Newman Canyon (view E)
Highway 93
Newman Canyon (view E)
Highway 93
Newman Canyon (view E)
Highway 93
Newman Canyon (view E)
Highway 93
Exiting Newman Canyon into Caliente (view SE)
Highway 93
Approaching Caliente; note 25 mph limit (view NE)
Highway 93
Caliente city limit sign (view NE)
Highway 93
Caliente BLM office on edge of town (view NE)
Highway 93
Caliente (view NE)
Highway 93
Sign for state parks in Rainbow Canyon (view E)
Highway 93
Approaching turnoff to Rainbow Canyon (Hwy 317; View NE)
Highway 93
Highway 93 at Highway 317 (Rainbow Canyon; (view E)
Highway 93
Entering downtown Caliente (view NE)

Table 1. Highway Coordinates based on GPS Data (NAD27; UTM Zone 11S). Download highway GPS waypoints (gpx) file.

Wpt. Location UTM Easting UTM Northing Elevation (ft) Point-to-Point Distance (mi) Cumulative Distance (mi) Verified
0674 I-15 at Hwy 93 (Apex) 36.38089 114.89084 2,215 00.0 000.0 Yes
1026 Hwy 93 at White Quarry Rd 36.59221 114.91864 2,790 16.4 016.4 Yes
0876 Hwy 93 at Big Arrow Parking 36.64944 114.91958 2,659 03.9 020.3 Yes
1599 Hwy 93 at Arrow West Access Rd 36.67315 114.92349 2,507 01.7 022.0 Yes
0880 Hwy 93 at Hidden Peak Parking 36.68827 114.92635 2,430 01.0 023.0 Yes
0649 Hwy 93 at Mormon Well Rd 36.76748 114.94043 2,507 05.5 028.5 Yes
0877 Hwy 93 at Hwy 168 36.79916 114.94567 2,532 02.3 030.8 Yes
1549 Hwy 93 at Meadow Valley Wash Rd 36.96162 114.97425 2,547 11.3 042.1 Yes
0700 Hwy 93 at Maynard Lake 37.19162 115.02637 3,130 16.3 058.4 Yes
0442 Hwy 93 at Lower Pahranagat Lake 37.22540 115.08310 3,205 04.1 062.5 Yes
1527 Hwy 93 at Lower Lake Rd 37.22935 115.08699 3,202 00.3 062.8 Yes
1550 Hwy 93 at Roadside Rest Area 37.23296 115.08979 3,279 00.3 063.1 Yes
1528 Hwy 93 at Middle Lake Road 37.26433 115.10899 3,287 02.5 065.6 Yes
0486 Hwy 93 at Pahranagat HQ Rd 37.27547 115.11591 3,335 00.8 066.4 Yes
0871 Hwy 93 at Old Corn Creek Rd 37.28039 115.11845 3,326 00.4 066.8 Yes
0701 Hwy 93 at Upper Lake Rd 37.31674 115.12896 3,430 02.7 069.5 Yes
0675 Hwy 93 at Alamo 37.36478 115.15907 3,474 03.7 073.2 Yes
1119 Hwy 93 at S Richardville Rd 37.38962 115.16163 3,550 01.8 075.0 Yes
1120 Hwy 93 at N Richardville Rd 37.41348 115.17111 3,585 01.7 076.7 Yes
1093 Hwy 93 at Ash Spring Petro Entrance 37.45958 115.19282 3,606 03.4 080.1 Yes
0444 Hwy 93 at Ash Spring 37.46089 115.19297 3,700 00.1 080.2 Yes
0677 Hwy 93 at Hwy 318 37.52891 115.21911 3,831 05.0 085.2 Yes
1096 Hwy 93 at Crystal Wash Entrance Rd 37.54952 115.17253 4,077 03.2 088.4 Yes
1099 Hwy 93 at Crystal Wash Upper Rd 37.54839 115.15708 4,225 00.9 089.3 Yes
1551 Hwy 93 at Oak Springs Trilobite Site Rd 37.60942 114.70723 5,865 26.3 115.6 Yes
0014 Hwy 93 at Caliente Picnic Area 37.60406 114.63185 5,663 04.9 120.5 Yes

Happy Hiking! All distances, elevations, and other facts are approximate.
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