SR 373 extends 16.30 miles north along Death Valley Jct Road from California State Route 127 to U.S. 95. Traversing open areas of the Amargosa Desert, SR 373 and SR 127 join Death Valley Junction, California with Amargosa Valley in Nye County.

North
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A handful of residential streets tie into SR 373 just beyond the Nevada welcome sign as part of unincorporated Amargosa Valley. 01/19/02, 11/11/08
The lone confirming marker for State Route 373 stands just beyond the California state line. 11/11/08
SR 373 approaches U.S. 95 in Amargosa Valley. Some maps show this junction as Lathrop Wells, although Amargosa Valley is the more common name for this area. 11/11/08
The Amargosa Valley Rest Area is located at the southeastern corner of the intersection between SR 373 and U.S. 95. 11/11/08
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Previous signs at the north end of SR 373. 01/20/02
U.S. 95 travels southeast from Amargosa Valley to Las Vegas and northwest to Beatty, Goldfield and Tonopah. 11/11/08
South
SR 373 advances 5.2 miles south from U.S. 95 to Amargosa Farm Road west, which leads to the community center, library and Nye County Sheriff's department. 11/11/08
Southbound SR 373 traverses a flat, arid landscape across the Amargosa Desert. The main settled area of Amargosa Valley spreads to the west, and further west is Big Dune, a recreation area. 11/11/08
Southbound SR 373 approaches the turnoff to Bob Ruud Memorial Highway east to Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. 11/11/08
A casino is located along the west side of SR 373 just ahead of the California state line. 11/11/08
The zero milepost for SR 373 stands alongside the California welcome sign. SR 127 extends 7.2 miles south to SR 190 at Death Valley Junction. 01/19/02



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01/19/02, 01/20/02, 11/11/08 by AARoads

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Page Updated 04-19-2019.

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