Alberta Highway 27

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Highway 27
Route information
Length: 150 km (90 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 22 (Centre St) / Hwy 584 at Sundre
East end: Hwy 9 / Hwy 56 near Morrin
Location
Specialized
and rural
municipalities:
Mountain View County, Kneehill County, Starland County
Towns: Sundre, Olds, Three Hills
Villages: Morrin
Highway system

Provincial highways in Alberta

Hwy 26 Hwy 28

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 27[1] is an east-west highway located in central Alberta, Canada. It extends from Cowboy Trail (Highway 22) in the Town of Sundre to Highways 9 and 56 north of Drumheller.

Major intersections[edit]

From west to east:

km Description
0 Sundre
Hwy 22 north (Centre St.) – Caroline, Rocky Mountain House / Hwy 584 west
Highway 27 begins
Begin Highway 22 concurrence
0.6 Hwy 760 south – Bergen
11 Hwy 22 south – Cremona, Cochrane
Highway 22 branches south
End Highway 22 concurrence
22 Hwy 766
38 Olds
Hwy 2A – Bowden, Didsbury
43 Hwy 2 (Exit 340) – Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary
58 Hwy 791
71 Torrington
72 Hwy 805 – Wimborne, Linden
97 Hwy 21 north – Alix, Delburne, Trochu
Highway 27 turns south
Begin Highway 21 concurrence
107 Hwy 583 – Three Hills
113 Hwy 21 south – Rockyford, Strathmore / Hwy 582 west – Didsbury
Highway 27 turns east
End Highway 21 concurrence
124 Hwy 836 – Carbon
131 Hwy 837 south – Drumheller
142 Hwy 839 north – Rumsey
148 Passes Morrin
150 Hwy 9 – Oyen, Hanna, Drumheller, Calgary / Hwy 56 north – Big Valley, Stettler
Highway 27 ends
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, pp. 5–6 

External links[edit]