SH-47 highlighted in red
|Maintained by ITD|
|Length||12.420 mi (19.988 km)|
|West end||US-20 in Ashton|
|East end||4350 East and 1900 North near Warm River|
SH-47 starts at an intersection with US-20 and heads due east as Main Street through Ashton. The highway continues east after an intersection with the northern terminus of SH-32, passing through Marysville as East 1300 North. Slowly, SH-47 bends to the north as Mesa Falls Scenic Byway, going through Warm River and crossing over the same-named river. SH-47 ends in the Targhee National Forest.
The entire route is in Fremont County.
|Ashton||0.000||0.000||US-20||Western terminus of SH 47|
|||1.010||1.625||SH-32 south||Northern terminus of SH 32|
|||12.420||19.988||4350 East / 1900 North||Eastern terminus of SH 32|
Road continues north as Mesa Falls Scenic Byway
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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