Albert Pike Highway

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Albert Pike Highway

Route information
Length900 mi (1,400 km)
Major junctions
West endColorado Springs, CO
East endHot Springs, AR
CountryUnited States
StatesColorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas
Highway system

Albert Pike Highway was a route of over 900 miles (1,400 km) in length running from Hot Springs, Arkansas, to Colorado Springs, Colorado, crossing the Ozark Mountains and passing through Fort Smith, Muskogee, Tulsa, Dodge City, La Junta and Pueblo.[1] It was named after Albert Pike.[2]


  1. ^ Albert Pike Highway Association (1919). Map of the Albert Pike Highway: Showing Every City, Town, Village and Hamlet Throughout Its Entire Length (Map). 1:1,900,800. Washington, DC: National Highways Association – via Yale University Library.
  2. ^ "Albert Pike Highway". Encyclopaedia Britannica. Vol. 1 (14 ed.). 1930. p. 527.