California State Route 173

California State Route 173

State Route 173 (SR 173) runs from State Route 138 near the west end of Silverwood Lake in the Summit Valley south of Hesperia to State Route 18 south of Lake Arrowhead, USA. It is the only California state highway with an unpaved segment, which is a one-lane jeep trail on the Northwestern face of the San Bernardino Mountains directly east of Summit Valley and northwest of Blue Jay. The route starts at the Mojave River Forks, skims the easterly and southerly sides of Lake Arrowhead and meets State Route 189, Lake's Edge Road, at the south entrance to the Lake Arrowhead mall. The route runs entirely in San Bernardino County, mostly in the San Bernardino National Forest.

As of March 2011 the unpaved portion of the road is barricaded and displays several "Road Closed" signs.

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California State Route 173 - Major Intersections
... The entire route is in San Bernardino County ... SR 138 to I-15 – Silverwood Lake, Crestline Route begins approx 2 mi ... Arrowhead Lake Road – Hesperia From Arrowhead Lake Road up to Willow Creek Trail, SR 173 is officially closed pavement physically ends 750 feet away from Arrowhead Lake Road until approx ...

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