Saskatchewan Highway 102

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Highway 102
Route information
Length: 216 km (134 mi)
Major junctions
From: Hwy 2 in La Ronge
To: Southend
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 99 Hwy 106

Highway 102 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 2 at La Ronge and Lac La Ronge Provincial Park to Southend, at Reindeer Lake. Highway 102 is about 216 km (134 mi.) long, the majority of which is gravel surface.

Intersections from south to north[edit]

Municipality km from southern end Intersecting Roads
Continues southward as Highway 2
La Ronge 0 Highway 2/La Ronge Avenue (start)
Northern Administration District 18 Nemeiben Lake Access Road (Lac La Ronge Provincial Park)
km 27: Enter and leave Wadin Bay (Lac La Ronge Provincial Park)
km 32: Enter and leave the Lac La Ronge First Nation (Lac La Ronge Provincial Park)
Northern Administration District 45 Highway 915
km 79: Enter and leave Missinipe (Lac La Ronge Provincial Park)
Northern Administration District 89 Grandmother's Bay Access Road
km 135: Enter and leave McLennan Lake
km 172: Enter and leave Brabant Lake
Northern Administration District 194 Highway 905
km 216: End at Southend

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