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Saskatchewan Highway 962

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Length  40 km
Province  Saskatchewan
South end:  Uranium City Winter Road at Lake Athabasca
North end:  Dead end at Beaverlodge Lake

Highway 962 is an isolated provincial highway in the far north region of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. For part of the year the highway is not connected to any other highway in the province, but during the winter months a winter road forms allowing access to Fond-du-Lac and other communities to the east. Highway 962 is about 40 km (25 mi) long.

Map of SK-962, Uranium City, SK S0J, Canada

Highway 962 starts where the Uranium City Winter Road ends at Lake Athabasca, about 456 km from the nearest major settlement, Fort McMurray, Alberta. It then passes through the communities of Uranium City and Eldorado before terminating at a dead end near Beaverlodge Lake.

References

Saskatchewan Highway 962 Wikipedia


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