States traversed: Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, California, and Arizona
US Route 95 is a north-south highway running from Canada to Mexico in the western United States. It entry into the United States from Canada takes place along the northern tip of the Idaho panhandle, and its crossing into Mexico sits in the very southwest corner of Arizona. US Route 95 passes through a lot of desolate areas in southeastern Oregon, much of Nevada, and the portion of the Colorado River that divides California from Arizona. In Idaho, US Route 95 is the only road connecting the northern part of the state to the southern part. In the Las Vegas area, US Route 95 is one of the foremost highways, existing mainly as a fully-fledged freeway. The southern end is just south of Yuma, Arizona.