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The total driving distance from Phoenix, AZ to Las Vegas, NV is 286 miles or 460 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Phoenix, Arizona. It ends in Las Vegas, Nevada.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from Phoenix, AZ to Las Vegas, NV so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
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You have options when driving from Phoenix to Las Vegas. You can either take the shortest route as shown on the map or an alternative route to visit the Grand Canyon and the historical town of Williams. Williams is where the east bound and west bound of Route 66 meet and is home to the best-preserved stretch of Route 66.
Some of the old motor hotels are preserved and designated National Historic District in Williams. Take I-17 and head towards Flagstaff and I-40 to Williams. Park your car in Williams and leisurely ride to the Grand Canyon on The Grand Canyon Railway.
You can drive to the Grand Canyon from Williams. Take east on Route 66 to Highway 64 east to Tusayan. This will take you into the South Rim gate of the Grand Canyon National Park.
ExperienceWilliams.com is the best site to find out more about visiting Williams and Grand Canyon from Route 66.
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