Alberta Highway 13

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Alberta Highway 13 shield

Highway 13
Route information
Length: 366 km (227 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Alder Flats

Hwy 22
Hwy 20
Hwy 2
Hwy 2A
Hwy 21
Hwy 26
Hwy 56
Hwy 36

Hwy 41
East end: Saskatchewan border near Hayter
continues east as Hwy 14
and rural
Wetaskiwin No. 10 County, Camrose County, Flagstaff County, Provost No. 52 M.D.
Major cities: Wetaskiwin, Camrose
Towns: Daysland, Killam, Sedgewick, Hardisty, Provost
Villages: Bittern Lake, Bawlf, Strome, Lougheed, Amisk, Hughenden
Highway system

Provincial highways in Alberta

Hwy 12 Hwy 14

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 13[1] is an east–west highway through central Alberta. It spans from the Alberta-Saskatchewan border to Alder Flats, 6 km west of Highway 22.

Located south of Highway 14, it runs parallel to it. Within Alberta, it passes through Hayter, Provost, Metiskow, Hughenden, Amisk, Hardisty, Lougheed, Sedgewick, Killam, Strome, Daysland, Bawlf, Ohaton, Camrose, Bittern Lake, Gwynne, Wetaskiwin, Falun, Ma-Me-O Beach, Westerose, Winfield, Buck Lake, and Alder Flats

Highway 13A[edit]

Alberta Highway 13A.svg

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 13A[1] is the designation of the following two alternate routes off the Highway 13.


  • Westerose through Ma-Me-O Beach on the southern shore of Pigeon Lake. This segment is 7 km long and runs to the north of Highway 13. This was originally Highway 13 before the southern stretch was constructed in the 2000s.
  • Bypass of Camrose, 8 km long section south of Highway 13


  1. ^ a b Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, p. 3 

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