British Columbia Highway 93

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  • East Kootenay

In the southeast British Columbia Highway 93 is It represents the extension of U.S. Highway 93 is that already in Arizona has its beginning. The highway has continued in British Columbia a length of 317 km, the highway is made in Alberta as Highway 93, with a portion of the same under the name Icefields Parkway is known.


The beginning of the highway is located on the border of Montana at Roos Ville. From there it runs in a northerly direction, after 36 km, it flows south from Elko to the Highway 3 The road runs in a north-westerly direction, north of Cranbrook, the share highways again. While Highway 3, there results together with Highway 95 to the west, Highway 93 continues its course further north. It is, however, on the following 134 km a joint award with Highway 95, the route runs in the valley of the Kootenay River. North of the Kootenay River is crossed Wasa and Canal Flats to further followed, there leaves the route the valley northwest. The highway runs along the west bank of the Columbia Lakes to Fairmont Hot Springs. The route runs north to Windermere Lake, the communities Windermere and Invermere lie on its banks. In the following city Radium Hot Springs to Highway 93 and 95, which leads to the northwest along the Columbia River divide again. Highway 93 leads east to get there in the Kootenay National Park. The highway rejoins the valley of the Kootenay River and follow it to the north. From the Vermilian Peak Highway leads back to the northeast to the Vermilion to perform Pass to Alberta.