- Highway 95/93
Highway 95/93 is a highway that runs for a short distance between Radium and Cranbrook,
British Columbia, Canada. North of Radium, the 95 ends at the town of Golden at the Trans-Canada Highway. In Radium, the 93 turns east and heads north-east through Kootenay National Parkand ends up at the Trans-Canada Highwayin Alberta. It continues north as Highway 1/93 until Lake Louise where the 1 turns west and Highway 93 goes all the way to Jasper, Alberta. South, in Cranbrook, the 93 turns onto the 3 heading south-west. Then it turns off and goes into Idaho. Highway 95 turns onto the 3 and heads south-east and goes into Montana.
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