Saskatchewan Highway 623

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623
Saskatchewan Highway shield
Highway 623
Major junctions
South end: Highway 13
North end: Highway 334
Location
Counties: Key West No. 70, Elmsthorpe No. 100
Major cities: Truax, Ogema
Highway system
Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Highway 623 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from the Highway 13 near Ogema to Highway 334. Highway 623 is about 45 km (28 mi.) long.

Rural Municipalities[edit]

Highway 623 runs through Key West No. 70, and Elmsthorpe No. 100

Communities[edit]

Edgeworth is just to the west of Highway 623. Piapot Indian Reserve #75 is on the highway to the eastern direction. Truax and Ogema are the main communities along this route.

Major Attractions[edit]

The highway travels through the Dirt Hills geophysical area of Saskatchewan. [1]

Dunnet Regional Park is near Truax. Ogema Regional Park is as a Conservation area of Ogema [2]

Concurrency[edit]

There is a concurrency with Highway 713. The northern limit of the concurrency is at Truax and continues southerly.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Saskatchewan City & Town Maps URL accessed August 11, 2007
  2. ^ GeoNames Query - Current Names : Radius - Ogema, Saskatchewan URL accessed August 11, 2007

External links[edit]