Idaho State Highway 6
|Maintained by ITD|
|Length||40.645 mi (65.412 km)|
|South end||SR 272 at Washington state line near Potlatch|
|North end||SH 3 near Santa|
SH-6 begins at the Washington state line in Latah County as a continuation of Washington State Route 272, then heads east to an intersection with U.S. 95, with which it briefly overlaps before diverging and continuing east into Potlatch. It continues east to an intersection with SH-9 near Harvard.
SH-6 continues northeast and north across the Palouse River into Benewah County, generally north through White Pine Drive; and area of old-growth white pine trees in the Hoodoo Mountains in the St. Joe National Forest. It terminates at a junction with SH-3, west of Santa.
|Latah||||0.000||0.000||SR 272 west – Palouse||Continuation into Washington|
|||4.420||7.113||US 95 south – Lewiston||South end of US-95 overlap|
|||5.590||8.996||US 95 north – Plummer, Coeur d'Alene||North end of US-95 overlap|
|||15.448||24.861||SH 9 south – Deary|
|Benewah||||40.645||65.412||SH 3 – St. Maries, Coeur d'Alene, Clarkia|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
Route map: Google