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U.S. Route 160 (US 160) travels west to east across the Navajo Nation and Northeast Arizona for 159.35 miles (256.45 km). US 160 begins at a junction with US 89 north of Cameron and exits the state into New Mexico southeast of the Four Corners National Monument. Along its journey, the route connects the communities of Tuba City, Moenkopi, Rare Metals, Tonalea, Tsegi, Kayenta, Dennehotso, Mexican Water, Red Mesa, and Teec Nos Pos.

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  • U.S. Route 160 (US 160) travels west to east across the Navajo Nation and Northeast Arizona for 159.35 miles (256.45 km). US 160 begins at a junction with US 89 north of Cameron and exits the state into New Mexico southeast of the Four Corners National Monument. Along its journey, the route connects the communities of Tuba City, Moenkopi, Rare Metals, Tonalea, Tsegi, Kayenta, Dennehotso, Mexican Water, Red Mesa, and Teec Nos Pos. The vast majority of US 160's route through Arizona runs through rural and sparsely populated sections. As a result, the road is entirely two-lane except two short four-lane sections in Tuba City and Kayenta. Most of US 160 in Arizona is also known as the Navajo Trail.
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  • U.S. Route 160 (US 160) travels west to east across the Navajo Nation and Northeast Arizona for 159.35 miles (256.45 km). US 160 begins at a junction with US 89 north of Cameron and exits the state into New Mexico southeast of the Four Corners National Monument. Along its journey, the route connects the communities of Tuba City, Moenkopi, Rare Metals, Tonalea, Tsegi, Kayenta, Dennehotso, Mexican Water, Red Mesa, and Teec Nos Pos.
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  • U.S. Route 160 in Arizona
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  • Navajo Trail
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  • none
  • Kayenta
  • Moenkopi
  • Teec Nos Pos
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  • Western terminus
  • Continuation into New Mexico
  • East end of US 191 overlap
  • Eastern terminus of SR 98
  • Southern terminus of AZ 564
  • Southern terminus of US 163
  • West end of US 191 overlap; former
  • Western terminus of SR 264
  • Western terminus of US 64; former
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  • near Cameron
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  • at New Mexico state line near Four Corners National Monument
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