in the U.S.
State of Montana is a route
running westerly covering the entire state of Montana, from the
starting point of ND 200
Montana to ID 200,
200 helps to connect many small towns located in central Montana and the vast plains area of
eastern Montana, to larger western Montana cities such as Great
Falls and Missoula.
is also the longest state highway in the United States.
Highway runs parallel to the Blackfoot River
from McNamara to
Milltown. The highway is subject to hazardous driving conditions in
the winter, particularly due to black ice
This road crosses Rogers Pass on the continental divide.
Apparent western section
- Highway 200 begins at the Idaho border,
continuing from Idaho State
Highway 200.*Montana Highway
56 near Noxon
- Highway 200 ends in Ravalli,
Montana, heading west from US 93. Likely
concurrency of 200 and 93 from I-90 from Ravalli not shown on
Apparent central section
- Highway 200 returns again near Wye, Montana where US 93 concurrency with I-90
- Highway 200 disappears in Vaughn,
Montana, concurrent with U.S. Route 89 at I-15.
Apparent eastern section
- Highway 200 reappears at US 87
- Highway 200 enters North Dakota becomes North
Dakota Highway 200.