K-20 (Kansas highway)
|Maintained by KDOT|
|Length||37.210 mi (59.884 km)|
|West end||US-75 in the Kickapoo Nation Indian Reservation|
|East end||K-7 southwest of Troy|
K-20 is a 37.21-mile-long (59.88 km) state highway in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Kansas. It connects U.S. Route 75 in the Kickapoo Nation Indian Reservation with K-7 southwest of Troy.
K-20 begins at its western terminus at US-75 in southwest Brown County. It traverses the Kickapoo Nation Indian Reservation for 7 miles (11 km) until reaching Horton, where it begins a 5-mile-long (8.0 km) concurrency with U.S. Route 73 that ends at Everest. From there, K-20 continues east, as US-73 turns southeast, and passes by Purcell and intersects K-137 after crossing into Doniphan County. The route continues east for 5 miles (8.0 km) before turning north towards Denton. At Denton, the route turns east again and passes through Bendena, then terminates at K-7.
|Brown||||0.000||0.000||US-75 – Holton, Sabetha||Western terminus; road continues as 110th Street|
|Horton||10.856||17.471||US-73 / US-159 north (Central Avenue) – Hiawatha||Western end of US-73/US-159 concurrency|
|10.937||17.601||US-159 south (1st Avenue East) – Nortonville||Eastern end of US-159 concurrency|
|Everest||16.329||26.279||US-73 south – Atchison||Eastern end of US-73 concurrency|
|Doniphan||||22.310||35.904||K-137 south – Purcell|
|||31.800||51.177||K-120 north – Highland|
|||37.210||59.884||K-7 (Glacial Hills Scenic Byway) – Troy, Atchison||Eastern terminus; road continues as 160th Road|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|