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Saskatchewan #303 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #16 (The Yellowhead Highway Route)
Community of Maidstone, SK - West to Lloydminster 3.9 kms, Edmonton 250.0 kms. East to North Battleford, Saskatoon. - NOTE: For highway travel east vi Saskatchewan Highway #16 - See: Highway #16 'The Yellowhead Route' Saskatchewan Road Map Travel Guide Saskatoon to North Battleford, SK, to the Alberta Border driving directions

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0.5
View from highway
Driving east
6.9
11.1
Access to town of Marshall, SK
South of highway 10 kms
7.8
12.5
View from highway
Driving east
13.4
21.6
Junction of Highway #675 secondary north
North to community of Hillman, SK, 19kms
14.5
23.3
Junction of Highway #675 secondary south
South to town of Lashburn, SK, 15 kms. Attractions at Lashburn: Lashburn Centennial Museum - Lashburn Town and Country Golf Club. History: The history of Lashburn, SK, began with the arrival of approximately seventy Barr Colonists between 1903-04. In 1905, the Canadian Northern Railway arrived and their chosen town site was three miles east of Wirral.
19.6
31.5
Junction of Highway #684 secondary
South to town of Waseca, SK, 19 kms
25.7
41.4
View from Highway - Oil Country
Driving east
28.1
45.3
Junction of Highwa #21
South to town of Maidstone, SK 36 kms. NOTE, highway #303 overlaps highway #21 at this point
36.0
58.0
View from Highway
Driving north
36.4
58.5
Point of Interest
Crossing the North Saskatchewan River. he Saskatchewan River system is the largest in western Canada, including most of southern Alberta and southern Saskatchewan, and crossing into central Manitoba. - The North Saskatchewan has been designated a Canadian Heritage River The long west-east river course was used for exploration, trade, and settlement from 1807. North Saskatchewan river has a length of 1,287 km (800 mi). The river begins above 1,800 metres at the base of the Saskatchewan Glacier in the Columbia Icefield, AB and flows southeast through Banff National Park alongside the Icefields Parkway. About 30 km east of Prince Albert, the North Saskatchewan River joins the South Saskatchewan River at Saskatchewan River Forks to become the Saskatchewan River. From here, the river flows east to Tobin Lake and into Manitoba, eventually emptying into Lake Winnipeg.
41.1
66.2
Junction of Highway #303 & #21
North to town of Paradise Hill, SK.
41.9
67.4
Road Side Highway Pullout
With Information / Direction sign. South side of highway
51.1
82.2
View from Highway
Driving east
52.2
84.0
Junction of Highway #26
Town of Turtleford, SK; all services. North to town of St. Walburg, SK, Makwa Provincial Park. East access to Saskatchewan Highway #3 East to town of Glaslyn, city of Prince Albert, SK. NOTE: For highway travel via Sask Highway #3- See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide Turtleford, SK to Prince Albert, Sk for highway driving directions. - Makwa Lake Provincial Park, located 5 km west of Loon Lake. Camping: There are three campgrounds, a total of more than 250 campsites, showers. - History buffs are just 10 minutes away from Steele Narrows, SK, the scene of the last battle of the Northwest Resistance. - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e