Saskatchewan Highway 711

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711
Saskatchewan Highway shield
Highway 711
Route information
Maintained by Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
& RMs listed
Length: 142.1 km[1] (88.3 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 35 in the Wellington RM near Cedoux
East end: Hwy 9 in the Parkdale RM
Location
Rural
municipalities:
Wellington, Fillmore, Golden West, Hazelwood, Wawken
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 710 Hwy 712

Saskatchewan Highway 711 connects Saskatchewan Highway 35 in the Wellington rural municipality (RM) to Saskatchewan Highway 9 in the Wawken RM. The beginning terminus is just south of Cedoux. The length of Highway 711 is 142.1 kilometres (88.3 mi) and it extends westward, in the south-eastern area of Saskatchewan northeast of Weyburn. Osage and Corning are the only communities along the route.[1]

Communities

Rural municipalities[edit]

Wellington has a population of about 372 in a mainly agricultural community.[2] Fillmore has a similar population about 308.[3] Golden West locates its head office in Corning, the entire RM population is 344.,[4] Moose Mountain Provincial Park is wihin the RM of Hazelwood, a RM with a population of 308.[5] Wawken has the largest population along the highway with 643 residents.[6]

Travel Route[edit]

Cedoux is north of the milepost 0. Highway 711 starts out westerly in the southeastern portion of the province. AT Km 20.4, the highway sharply turns north continuing north for 20.3 kilometres (12.6 mi). At Km 29.5, Highway 711 arrives at Osage and the junction with Highway 33. There is a 0.7 kilometres (0.43 mi) concurrency with Highway 619 along the eastern edge of town. At Km 30.1, Highway 711 turns east again departing from the concurrency. The intersection with Highway 606 occurs at Km 40.0. At Km 61.1, Highway 711 is the junction with Highway 617 North. Highway 617 provides access to Glenavon. At Km 69.3, Highway 711 meets with the intersection of Highway 47. Travelling south on Highway 47 is the town of Stoughton. Travel on Highway 711 continues east and at Km 73.4 the highway arrives at Corning. Leaving Corning east there is a sharp turn south at Km 90.4. The highway resumes its easterly course and meets with intersection Highway 605 at Km 101.8. The ending terminus of Highway 711 is at Saskatchewan Highway 9 north of Moose Mountain Provincial Park and the town of Kenosee Lake. Travel north on Highway 9 to arrive at Langbank.[1]

Intersections[edit]

Rural municipality Location km[7] Mile Destinations Notes
Wellington No. 97   0 0 Hwy 35 Beginning terminus south of Cedoux
Fillmore No. 96   20.4 32.8  
Osage 29.5 47.5 Hwy 619 Hwy 33 Sk Hwy 33 Northwest to Francis, southeast to Fillmore
30.1 48.4 Hwy 619 Concurrency with Highway 619 ends.
  40.0 64.4 Hwy 606 .
Golden West No. 95   61.1 98.3 Hwy 617
  69.3 111.5 Hwy 47
Corning 73.4 118.1
Hazelwood No. 94   90.4 145.5
Wawken No. 93   101.8 163.8 Hwy 605
  142.1 228.7 Hwy 3 Ending terminus north of Moose Mountain Provincial Park
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

External links[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Microsoft Corp.. Microsoft Streets and Tips (Map) (2004 ed.). Section Route Planner.
  2. ^ "Wellington No. 97", SaskBiz (Government of Saskatchewan), November 1, 1995, retrieved 2009-01-11 
  3. ^ "Fillmore No. 96, Saskatchewan", SaskBiz (Government of Saskatchewan), November 1, 1995, retrieved 2009-01-11 
  4. ^ "Golden West No. 95, Saskatchewan", SaskBiz (Government of Saskatchewan), November 1, 1995, retrieved 2009-01-11 
  5. ^ "Hazelwood No. 94, Saskatchewan", SaskBiz (Government of Saskatchewan), November 1, 1995, retrieved 2009-01-11 
  6. ^ "Wawken No. 93, Saskatchewan", SaskBiz (Government of Saskatchewan), November 1, 1995, retrieved 2009-01-11 
  7. ^ Microsoft Corporation Redmond Washington. Microsoft Streets and Tips (Map) (2004 ed.).