US191 is an awe inspiring, tranquil drive where one can be lost and found, satisfy their thrills, and be reminded of just how beautiful this world really is.
The route takes you right through some of the most famous places in the US; Moab, UT, Big Sky, MT, Yellowstone National Park, Arches National Park, the list goes on. It extends almost the entire length of the Rocky Mountain Range and even crosses the continental divide in Wyoming. This makes US191 the perfect place for hiking, fishing, camping, rock-climbing, cliff-diving, white water rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, snowboarding, skiing, all of the amenities the outdoor world has to offer!
Whether you want to wind up or wind down, the views that are to be seen on US 191 are nothing short of breath-taking!
U.S. Route 191 is a spur of U.S. Route 91 that has two branches. The southern branch runs for 1,465 miles (2,358 km) from Douglas, Arizona on the Mexican border to the southern part of Yellowstone National Park. The northern branch runs for 440 miles (708 km) from the northern part of Yellowstone National Park to Loring, Montana, at the Canadian border. Roads within Yellowstone National Park connect the two branches. The highway passes through the states of Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana.