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In general, USBR 66 in California follows Historic US Route 66 where possible. The route begins at the Pacific Ocean on the Santa Monica Pier and ends at the Arizona border. From the pier it travels across Beverly Hills, Hollywood, China Town and historic Olivera St. in Los Angeles. Across the eastern end of the San Gabriel Valley, the route follows the Pacific Electric Bikeway for nearly 20 miles to San Bernardino. The route then heads north through Victorville and Barstow to begin traversing the high desert of eastern California on the National Trails Highway before crossing the Colorado River at the Arizona border.
Please note: Due to the remote nature of the route in eastern California, some of this route uses interstate highway shoulder.