|Pine Creek Road|
SH-31 highlighted in red
|Maintained by ITD|
|Length||21.025 mi (33.836 km)|
|South end||US-26 in Swan Valley|
|North end||SH-33 in Victor|
Idaho State Highway 31 (SH-31) is a 21.025-mile-long (33.836 km) north-south state highway in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Idaho. SH-31 runs from U.S. Route 26 (US-26) in Swan Valley north to SH-33 in Victor. The highway is maintained by the Idaho Transportation Department. It is known as PIne Creek Road within Bonneville County. It is also known West Center Street in "downtown" Victor.
SH-31 begins at an intersection with US-26 in Swan Valley. The highway leaves Swan Valley to the northeast, crossing Rainey Creek and entering a rural part of Bonneville County. The route turns north before heading northwest, then turning north again. After crossing Pine Creek, SH-31 heads northeast and enters Targhee National Forest. The highway enters a mountainous region at this point, passing to the south of Stouts Mountain. SH-31 crosses North Pine Creek before crossing into Teton County. It passes the Pine Creek Campground before leaving Targhee National Forest. The highway enters a rural area and begins a more easterly course. It turns northeast into Victor, then turns east, becoming Center Street. SH-31 terminates at SH-33 in central Victor.
|Bonneville||Swan Valley||0.000||0.000||US-26 – Irwin, Ririe, Idaho Falls||Southern terminus of SH 31|
|Teton||Victor||21.025||33.836||SH-33 – Driggs, Jackson, WY||Northern terminus of SH 31|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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