Saskatchewan Highway 10

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Highway 10
Route information
Length: 219 km (136 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 1 near Balgonie
  Hwy 22
Hwy 35 near Fort Qu'Appelle
Hwy 15 / Hwy 47 at Melville
Hwy 9 / Hwy 16 / Hwy 52 at Yorkton
Hwy 8 north / Hwy 80 near Wroxton
Hwy 8 south near Manitoba border
East end: Manitoba border
continues as PTH 5
Location
Rural
municipalities:
Edenwold, South Qu'Appelle, North Qu'Appelle, Abernethy, McLeod, Stanley, Cana, Orkney, Wallace, Calder
Major cities: Yorkton
Towns: Fort Qu'Appelle, Melville
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 9 Hwy 11

Highway 10 is a provincial paved undivided highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.[1] It runs from Highway 1 near Balgonie until it transitions into PTH 5 at the Manitoba border. Highway 10 is about 219 km (136 mi.) long.

Highway 10 passes through Fort Qu'Appelle, Balcarres, Melville, and Yorkton. It intersects Highway 1 and Highway 16.

Intersections from east to west[edit]

Rural municipality Location km[2] Mile Destinations Notes
Calder No. 241 Manitoba border 0 0 PTH 5 east – Roblin, Grandview, Dauphin Hwy 10 begins
  3 2 Hwy 369 north – Togo
  5 3 Hwy 8 south – MacNutt, Langenburg, Spy Hill, Moosomin Concurrency with Hwy 8 begins
  13 8 Calder access road
Wroxton 24 15 Hwy 8 north – Kamsack, Pelly, Norquay
Hwy 80 south – Churchbridge, Esterhazy
Concurrency with Hwy 8 ends
Wallace No. 243 Dunleath 45 28
637
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Hwy 637 north – Rhein, Veregin, Norquay
Concurrency with Hwy 637 begins
Tonkin 49 30
637
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Hwy 637 south – Saltcoats, Bredenbury, Esterhazy
Concurrency with Hwy 637 ends
City Yorkton 63 39 Hwy 9 – Whitewood, Stockholm, Canora, Hudson Bay
YellowheadShield.jpg Hwy 16 – Langenburg, Foam Lake, Wynyard, Saskatoon
Hwy 10 travels through Yorkton as Broadway Street
67 42 Hwy 52 west – Willowbrook, Ituna Hwy 10 turns southwest and leaves Yorkton
Hwy 10 travels southwest for its duration
Town Melville 102 63 Hwy 47 north – Willowbrook, Springside, Buchanan, Preeceville Concurrency with Hwy 47 begins
103 64 Hwy 15 – Raymore, Leross, Ituna, Bredenbury Concurrency with Hwy 47 continues
104 65 Hwy 47 south – Grenfell, Stoughton, Estevan Concurrency with Hwy 47 ends
Stanley No. 215   112 70
618
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Hwy 618 south – Neudorf
  129 80
617
MunicipalRoadSign.jpg
Hwy 617 – Wolseley, Goodeve, Sheho
Abernethy No. 186   144 89 Hwy 22 east – Abernethy, Dubuc, Stockholm, Esterhazy Concurrency with Hwy 22 begins
Balcarres 152 94 Hwy 310 north – Ituna, Foam Lake, Kuroki
619
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Hwy 619 south – Indian Head
Concurrency with Hwy 22 continues
Town Fort Qu'Appelle 170 106 Hwy 56 – Indian Head, Lebret, Echo Valley Provincial Park Concurrency with Hwy 22 continues
172 107 Hwy 22 west – Cupar, Southey, Earl Grey
Hwy 35 north – Leross, Wadena, Tisdale
Concurrency with Hwy 22 ends
Concurrency with Hwy 35 begins
North Qu'Appelle No. 187   182 113 Hwy 35 south – Qu'Appelle, Weyburn, Oungre Concurrency with Hwy 35 ends
  184 114 Hwy 210 north – Echo Valley Provincial Park, Fort Qu'Appelle  
South Qu'Appelle No. 157 Edgeley 194 121 Hwy 364 west – Avonhurst, Edenwold, Balgonie
Edenwold No. 158   219 136 Hwy 1Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina, Moose Jaw Hwy 10 merges on to Hwy 1 westbound; no eastbound access
Hwy 10 ends
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TYPE ADMN_CLASS TOLL_RD RTE_NUM1 RTE_NUM2 ROUTE 1 Gravel ...". Government of Canada. Retrieved 2008-02-17. 
  2. ^ Microsoft Corporation Redmond Washington. Microsoft Streets and Tips (Map) (2004 ed.).
Echo Valley Scenic Route Sk Hwy 10
Junction 42 Chamberlain ahead Saskatchewan Highway 2 (north); Central Butte turn left, (West) Saskatchewan Highway 42 Road Signage. Photo taken from Saskatchewan Highway 2 travelling north from Moose Jaw to Saskatchewan Highway 11
Scenic Route
Adopt a Highway Saskatchewan Highway 10.