Driving Across the U.S. Canada Border in Idaho
Idaho has only 2 land border crossings along its 45 mile, 72 kilometer border with British Columbia Canada. Of the two crossings, Porthill carries the most passenger vehicles while Eastport carries more truck traffic.
Detailed Information on the Eastport and Porthill Border Crossings
Below are links to our web pages which contain complete information on the two border crossings between the State of Idaho and British Columbia Canada. Eastport / Kingsgate is in the middle of the state while Porthill / Rykerts is closer to the eastern border. These pages have very detailed information on each border crossing including road conditions, traffic and other current information.
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