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Saskatchewan Highway 55

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Length  650 km
Major cities  Prince Albert
Province  Saskatchewan
West end:  Alberta border continues as Hwy 55
East end:  Hwy 9 east of Mountain Cabin.
Rural municipalities:  Beaver River RM, Meadow Lake RM, Northern Administration District, Big River RM, Canwood RM, Shellbrook RM, Buckland RM, Garden River RM, Paddockwood RM, Torch River RM, Nipawin RM, Moose Range RM, Hudson Bay RM

Highway 55 is a paved, undivided provincial highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Alberta Highway 55 the Alberta border, west of Pierceland, to Highway 9, near Mountain Cabin. Highway 55 is 652 km long. It forms part of the interprovincial Northern Woods and Water Route.


Map of Hwy 55, Meadow Lake No. 588, SK, Canada


On the West portion of Highway 55 from the Alberta border, the Village of Pierceland is located at Highway 21. To the North of Pierceland is the Meadow Lake Provincial Park. This top rated Park stretches about 115 kilometres from the Alberta border to just North of the City of Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.

The regional park of Morin Lake is 15 km south of the highway near Debden, Saskatchewan, and Victoire, Saskatchewan. Nipawin Bridge located on highway 55 is Saskatchewan's longest bridge.

Wildcat Hill Provincial Park is located just south of the eastern end of the highway, however the park itself is only accessible by ATV or snowmobile.

Major intersections

From west to east:


Saskatchewan Highway 55 Wikipedia

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