Length: 342.805 mi. Direction: south-north. North Dakota Highway 1804 (ND-1804) is a highway in the state of North Dakota that begins near Pollock at the South Dakota state line, and ends at Fort Union Trading Post at the Montana state line. The route belongs to the Lewis and Clark Trail and was given the name after the years of their travel in the region. The road stretches across the counties of Emmons, Burleigh, McLean, Mountrail, and Williams.
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