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Saskatchewan #14 Highway Guide

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Saskatchewan / Alberta Border
NOTE: Alberta highway becomes Saskatchewan Highway #14 east of the Alberta/Saskatchewan Border.
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0.0
Saskatchewan / Alberta Border
West to Provost, AB. East to Biggar, SK; Saskatoon.SK. NOTE: for highway travel west of this highway via Alberta highway #13 - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Wetaskiwin, AB; to the Alberta/Saskatchewan Border, for highway driving directions

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1.2
View from Highway
Driving east
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3.2
Junction of Highway #17
North to city of Lloydminster. Lloydminster, SK is a Canadian city which has the unusual geographic distinction of straddling a provincial border.
2.5
4.1
Highway Weigh Scales
Self weigh scales, South side of highway.
3.1
5.0
Junction of Highway #31
Services at highway. South to towns of Macklin, SK, Luseland, SK Kerrobert, SK. South to Macklin Lake Regional Park. Location: .4 km South of Macklin on Highway #31 Season: May 1 - Oct 1 30 Electrical Sites, 10 Non-Electrical Sites, 75 Full Service Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Food Service, Beach, Swimming Lessons, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch, Nature Trails
3.5
5.7
Local Airport
South side of highway
7.8
12.6
Access to community of Evesham, SK
North of highway
11.8
19.0
Access to community of Senlac, SK
North 15 kms.
12.4
20.0

View from highway
16.5
26.5
Junction of Highway #676 secondary
South to community of Denzil, SK, 19kms.
16.8
27.0
Abbywood Road
North of highway.
18.7
30.1
Access to community of Senlac
North of highway 16 kms
19.6
31.5
View from Highway
Driving east.
21.6
34.8
Access to Community of Salvador, SK
South of highway 26 kms.
23.6
38.0
Junction of Highway #675 secondary
North to communities of Rutland, SK Neilburg, SK.
23.6
38.0
View from Highway
Driving east.
26.7
42.9
Scottstown Road
South side of highway
28.7
46.2
Junction of Highway #675secondary
South to communities of Reward. SK 14 kms, south to Luseland, SK. Attractions in and around Luseland: Threshing Machine Graveyard - Luseland Flower Garden - Trout Ponds - Historical Walking Tour - One of the highest points in elevation in Saskatchewan is found west of Luseland. Known as Hearts Hill, it rises above the general land mass to a height from which you can see for miles.
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50.1
Maple Valley Road
North of highway.
33.3
53.6
Belton Road
South side of highway.
36.5
58.7
Access to Unity & District Regional Park
North of highway. Location: Adjacent to Town of Unity, SK Season: Apr 14 - Sept 30 14 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Outdoor Pool, Picnic Area, Playground, Modern Washrooms. Attractions in Unity, SK; Unity and District Heritage Museum - Unity Golf Course
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59.0

View from highway
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60.1
Town of Unity
All Services. Access to business section, north of highway
38.5
62.0
Junction of Highway #21
South to town of Kerrobert. SK. North to town of Cut Knife, SK. Attractions in Cut Knife: The worlds largest Tomahawk and Teepee .
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69.9
Cut Knife Road
North side of highway
45.5
73.2
Point of Interest
Hawthorn Heritage Site. North side of highway.
52.0
83.7
Junction of Highway #374
South to Canada Research Farm. South to communities of Tramping Lake, SK, Broad Acres
57.0
91.8
Junction of Highway #29 -
Town of Wilkie, SK; All services. North to town of Battleford, SK, city of North Battleford, SK. North to Fort Battleford National Historic Site. Fort Battleford showcases the role of the North West Mounted Police in the Canadian West. The fort was established in 1876 and abandoned in 1924. It offers five original buildings, four with period furniture. The stockades and bastions are reconstructed, and the barracks has an interpretive display. When Battleford was declared a territorial capital in 1876, a police force was required. By 1885, Fort Battleford boasted the largest police force in the west. During the armed conflict of 1885, Fort Battleford was the base for military operations, and gave shelter to 500 people who feared for their safety.
60.0
96.6
Scott Road
West side of highway
63.8
102.6
Junction of Highway #657 secondary
South to communities of Leipzig, SK; Handel, SK.
76.4
123.0
Community of Landis, SK
West of highway
76.4
123.0

View from highway
77.4
124.5
Junction of Highway #657 secondary

83.0
133.5
Access to community of Cando, SK.
North of highway
91.6
147.4
Oban Road
South side of highway.
92.8
149.3
Itterman Road
North side of highway.
96.6
155.4
View from Highway
Driving east
98.2
158.1
Junction of Highway #51 #4
Town of Biggar. South West to community of Springwater, town of Kerrobert. South to town of Kyle, city of Swift Current.
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159.2
Junction of Highway #4
Town of Biggar, south to business section. North via highway #4 to Fort Battleford National Historic Site, town of Battleford, city of North Battleford. East to town of Asquith, city of Saskatoon. Junction of Highway # 4 north to North Battleford. NOTE: For highway travel north to the communities of North Battleford, SK, Battleford, SK. - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Biggar, SK to North Battleford, SK for highway driving directions.

98.9
159.2
Junction of Highway #4
NOTE: For highway travel south via Saskatchewan Highway #4 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide Rosetown, SK to Biggar, SK: for highway driving directions.

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159.2
Junction of Highway #4
For continued travel east via Saskatchewan Highway #14 - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide Saskatoon, SK; to Biggar SK; for highway driving directions. -e