Wyoming Highway 150
|Maintained by WYDOT|
|Length:||23.05 mi (37.10 km)|
|South end:||SR-150 at Wyoming-Utah State Line|
|North end:|| I-80 / US 189
WYO 89 in Evanston
Wyoming Highway 150 is a 23.05-mile (37.1 km) north-south Wyoming State Road that runs from the Wyoming–Utah state border to north to Evanston. It is the Wyoming portion of the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway.
Wyoming Highway 150 is the continuation of Utah State Route 150 along the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway. WYO 150 travels north toward Evanston, passing though the community of Beartown and west of Sulphur Springs Reservoir. Highway 150 enters Evanston from the south, passing the Wyoming State Hospital before reaching its northern end at an interchange shared with the southern terminus of Wyoming Highway 89 at exit 5 of Interstate 80/US Route 189. Wyoming Highway 89 takes over as the roadway north of I-80/US 189.
This scenic road, open only during the summer over the High Uinta Mountains in Utah, is known as the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway. Wyoming Highway 150 itself does not close during the winter season except during harsh conditions, while Utah State Route 150 is closed at the heights of the High Uinta Mountains for the winter.
Wyoming 150 follows State Control Route 2100 for its entire length .
The entire route is in Uinta County.
|Wyoming-Utah State Line||0.00||0.00||SR-150||Southern terminus of WYO 150
Continuation into Utah
|Evanston||23.05||37.10|| I-80 / US 189
WYO 89 north
|Northern terminus of WYO 150
Southern terminus of WYO 89
Exit 5 (I-80/US 189)
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi