The route starts at in House Springs, MO, at the intersection of Hwy 30 and Hwy W/Hwy MM. Head west on Hwy W, and follow it for 6.3 miles. The route ends at the intersection of Hwy 109 and Hwy W/Hwy FF.
The route goes through the wooded hills and bluffs of the Big River in Jefferson County, and past a few farms and residential subdivisions.
The route is well maintained state highway, with good asphalt over most of the route, with some patches and some chip and seal sections. The route is mostly curvy, with only a couple of sharper turns, and is moderately hilly.
There are a number of stores and restaurants in House Springs at the start of the route. The route passes by Rockford Beach Park and the Fox Run Golf Club, and end just south of Eureka, with more shopping and eating opportunities.
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This route is frequently used as a "connector" route, as it intersects with MO-30 (Gravois Road), Hwy MM, Byrnesville Rd, Twin Rivers Rd, and Hwy 109 (which as far north as Chesterfield Valley) and Hwy FF (which continues on west).
This road is a staple of riding in the St. Louis area, and is used to connect from the Eureka Springs area to areas south and east of Hwy 30. Depending on the day of the week and time of the day, the traffic can get a little heavy, which might cause some slow downs as people turn on and off the road.