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Saskatchewan #11 Highway Guide

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Welcome to city of Regina, SK;
Winnipeg Street. Access to Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Junction of Hwy #1 West to Moose Jaw, SK. Swift Current, SK. and AB/SK border. East to Moosomin, SK, Virden, SK. - The Royal Saskatchewan Museum was established in Regina as the Provincial Museum in 1906. It was the first museum in Saskatchewan, and the first provincial museum in the three Prairie Provinces. - Attractions in REgina, SK: - Royal Saskatchewan Museum, R C M P Museum, Access to Highway #11 north to Saskatoon. - Attractions in and around Regina, SK. - RCMP Heritage Centre, Regina Plains Museum, - Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame & Museum, - RCMP Training Academy, - Regina Floral Conservatory, - MacKenzie Art Gallery, - Sask. Government House Museum and Heritage Property, - Wascana Place, - Saskatchewan War Memorial Project, - Dieppe Memorial.
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Albert St Exit
Junction of city of Regina, SK, Ring Road. Highway #11 overlaps Highway #6 at this point. Highway #6 North to communities of Earl Grey Southey adn Serath, South to Corinne, Parry.
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Photo View from highway
Highway #6 leaves Highway #11 at this point.
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Photo View from highway - The Louis Riel Trail highway sign
Highway is named 'The Louis Riel Trail'. - Highway #11 in Saskatchewan, Canada connects the province's three largest cities: Regina, SK., Saskatoon, SK, and Prince Albert, SK. It is which is approximately 395 kilometers (244 mi.) long. It is also known as the Louis Riel Trail after the 19th century Metis leader. It runs from Highway #6 north of Regina, SK until Highway 2 south of Prince Albert, SK.
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Pasqua St. Exit

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Access to truck weigh station

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Photo View from highway
While driving north to Saskatoon, SK.
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Grid Road #734
Access to grid road. Access to community of Convie - East side of highway.
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25.5
Point of Information
Entering Qu-Appelle Valley.
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Photo View from highway
While driving north to Saskatoon, SK; Looking at the town of Lumsden, SK. - Atractions in and around Lumsden, SK: Lumsden Museum - Craven, SK. Country Jamboree a annual music festival held every summer just 5 minutes from Lumsden. - Griffith's Petting Zoo - Dallas Valley Ranch Camp - Lumsden Beach Camp - Last Mountain House Provincial Historic Park - Beaver Creek Ranch & Horse Centre - The Annual Lumsden Duck Derby - St. Michael's Retreat.
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Point of Information
Crossing Qu'Appelle River. The Qu'Appelle River Canadian river flows 430 km east from Lake Diefenbaker, SK; in southwestern Saskatchewan to join the Assiniboine River in Manitoba.
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Exit to community of Lumsden, SK.

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Junction of Highway #54
Access to Regina Beach Recreational Area and Lumsden Beach.
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Access to community of Disley, SK.
West side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #354
Access to community of Dike and Grandview Beach. Access to Last Mountain Lake, Last Mountain House Provincial Historical Park.
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Access to community of Bethune, SK.
West side of highway.
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Bethune Provincial Rest Area
Historical marker, toilets, BBQ pits - North side of highway.
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Text of Fort Ellis Elbow Trail.
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Photo of Red River cart used on these trails.
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Access to community of Findlater, SK.
West side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #2
Access to Red River Rest Area - 5 kms North. North to communities of Prince Albert, SK. Young, SK. Wakaw, SK. NOTE: For highway travel via Sask. Highway #2 north or south - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide. US/Can Border to Highway #16 The Yellow Head Route for driving directions.

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Highway #2 overlaps Highway #11 at this point.
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85.0
Junction of Highway #2
South to city of Moose Jaw, SK. Access to community of Chamberlain, SK. - West side of highway. Chamberlain, SK; is the last town between Regina, SK and Saskatoon, SK that Highway #11, the Louis Riel Trail, still passes through. The highway narrows to two lanes.
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Roadside turnout
Paved with historical sign, no other services - North side of highway. 'Buffalo Rubbing Stone - Large granite boulder near this point is a natural monument to the great herds of bison that once ranged ove the entire prairie and Aspen parkland. The rock itself is a glaciel erratic deposit by the last continental glacier. It originated in the Canadian shield at least 300 miles North of here.
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Photo from roadside turnout looking at glaciel rock.
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Photo View from highway
While driving north to Saskatoon, SK.
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Community of Aylesbury, SK.
West side of highway.
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Welcome to town of Craik, SK.
Junction of Grid Rd #732, access to community of Penzance, SK - 30 kms.
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Town area of Craik - Photo of Sustainable Living Project
Access to Craik Regional Park, picnic area, campground Access to Craik hospital. Access to the Craik Sustainable Living Project. The eco-centre is a model of sustainable principals in action, also functioning as a restaurant, golf shop and meeting area. Future development will involve an ecovillage. There is also a 9 hole golf course already at this site.
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Access Grid Road #643
West side of highway.
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Grid Road #749
Access to Lake Diefenbaker, SK. Access to community of Elbow, SK - West of highway; access to community of Liberty, SK. - East of highway. Attractions in and around Elbow, SK. - Mistaseni Cairn - The Elbow Museum - The Elbow Heritage Church
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Photo View from highway
Welcome to town of Davidson, SK.
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Access to town of Davidson, SK.
Services off of highway available, campground - West side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #44.
Access to town of Davidson, West to community of Loreburn, SK. Junction of Grid Rd #653 and #747 - access to community of Imperial,SK. East of highway.
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Services at highway
Fuel.
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Access to community of Allan, SK
East side of highway.
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Access to Knob Hill Rd
West side of highway.
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Townline Road

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157.5
Town of Bladworth

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159.0
Blacklake Road
East side of highway.
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Looking North at town of Kenaston, SK.
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Junction of #15
Services off highway, gas diesel, access to B&B. East access to Nokomis - 55 kms. West to Broderick, SK- 28 kms. East to Outlook, SK . Access to rest area with picnic area.
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Junction of #15
Town of Kenaston. The settlement was first known as Bonnington Springs, Assinboia, North West Territories but usually referred to as 'Bonnington.' In late 1905, when Saskatchewan became a province, the name was changed to 'Kenaston,' honoring F.E. Kenaston, who was the Vice President of the Saskatchewan Valley Land Company.
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Acces to Grid Rd #300
West side of highway.
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Strong Siding Road

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Junction of Grid Road #764

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Access to town of Hanley, SK
West side of highway. Access to campgrounds.
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Photo View from highway
While driving north to Saskatoon, SK.
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Photo View from highway
While driving north to Saskatoon, SK.
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Township Road
East side of highway.
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Photo View from highway
While driving north to Saskatoon, SK.
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Photo View from highway
Looking north at Lake Blackstrap, SK.
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Indi Road
West side of highway.
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Photo View from highway
While driving north to Saskatoon, SK.
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Junction of Grid Rd #663
East side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #211 East
Access to Blackstrap Provincial Park - 7 kms.
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View from highway looking at Mount. Blackstrap, SK.
Town of Dudurn, SK - West side of highway. Photo of Blackstrap Lake
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Photo View from highway
Access to Blackstrap Provincial Park, campground. - Blackstrap Provincial Park, SK; named after the mountain that rises 45 metres above the surrounding prairies. The main beach is situated just northeast of the mountain. Visitors will find a picnic area, playground, and food concession. A day lodge offering meals operate during the summer. - Camping facilities: This park features 30 campsites at Kevin Misfeldt campground, located south of the mountain, and 20 at Hazelnut Grove campground to the north. About one quarter of the park's sites are electrified. Hot showers, firewood, fresh water, and sewage disposal are available.
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Photo looking at Blackstrap lake, SK
Blackstrap Lake a man-made lake, nine miles long, 1/2 mile wide, and up to 30 feet deep, Blackstrap Lake is home to the townsites of Thode and Shields, Mount Blackstrap was built in 1969/70 for the 1971 Canada Winter Games that were awarded to Saskatoon. Mount Blackstrap is a skier's haven and a training ground for many athletes. Blackstrap is an excellent location for fishing and sailing/boating. Fisherman can find perch, walleye, pike and white fish in Blackstrap's waters.
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Access to the community of Dundurn, SK.
West side of highway. Access to police detachment of Dundurn, SK.
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Access to Strehlow Road
East side of highway.
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228.5
Photo View from highway
View from highway driving North.
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Haultain Road
East side of highway.
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Tamke Road
East side of highway.
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Victor Road
West side of highway.
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Flurry Road
West side of highway.
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Baker Road
West side of highway. Township County Rd #354 - East side of highway.
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Welcome to community of Grasswood
Access to community of Floral, SK. - East side of highway. Access to R.V. park campground - East side of highway. Floral Road- East side; Grasswood Road - West side.
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Photo View from highway
Skyline of Saskatoon, SK.
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Photo View from highway
Exit to community of Yorkton, SK - 1.5 kms.
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Access to the City of Saskatoon, SK - Junction of Highway #16.
Roadside turnout, paved - East side of highway. Welcome to Saskatoon, SK sign from turnout. Junction of Highway #16.- Attractions in and around Saskatoon, Sask: - Auto Clearing Motor Speedway - Barn Playhouse - Batoche National Historic Site - Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Collector's Choice Art Gallery - Cranberry Flats Conservation Area - Diefenbaker Canada Centre - Doukhobor Dugout House Inc. - Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre - Glen Scrimshaw Gallery - 8th Street - Marr Residence - Meewasin Valley Centre & Gift Shop - Meewasin Valley Trail - Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory - Western Development Museum - Wanuskewin Heritage Park - SIGA Enchanted Forest - Shearwater Boat Tours - Seager Wheeler National Historic Site - Saskatoon Symphony - Saskatoon Natural Grassland - Saskatchewan Railway Museum - Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo - Saskatchewan Native Theatre Co. - Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre - Saskatchewan International Raceway - Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame - Off Broadway Dinner Theatre.
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Access to Sask HIghway #14 The Yellowhead Route
East to communities of Yorkton, Portage La Prairie. West to communities of Biggar via Highway #14. NOTE: For highway travel east via the Yellowhead Route - See milebymile.com Road map Highway Guide Sask Highway #16 Saskatoon, SK to Yorkton, SK; for driving directions / highway photos. Start/finish of highway travel guide. -e