Alberta Highway 12

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Highway 12
Route information
Length: 364 km (226 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 22 (Cowboy Trail) near Rocky Mountain House
  Hwy 20
Hwy 2
Hwy 2A
Hwy 50
Hwy 21
Hwy 11
Hwy 56
Hwy 36
Hwy 41
East end: Saskatchewan border near Compeer
continues as Hwy 51
Location
Specialized
and rural
municipalities:
Clearwater County, Lacombe County, Stettler No. 6 County, Paintearth No. 18 County, Special Area No. 4
Major cities: Lacombe
Towns: Bentley, Stettler, Castor, Coronation
Villages: Alix, Botha, Halkirk, Veteran, Consort
Highway system

Provincial highways in Alberta

Hwy 11A Hwy 13

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 12[1] is an east-west highway through central Alberta. It spans from the Alberta-Saskatchewan border to Highway 22, generally running parallel to Highway 13 to the north. Within Alberta, it passes through Compeer, Altario, Kirriemuir, Monitor, Consort, Veteran, Throne, Coronation, Fleet, Castor, Halkirk, Gadsby, Botha, Stettler, Erskine, Nevis, Alix, Tees, Clive, Lacombe, Gull Lake, and Bentley.

Major intersections[edit]

From west to east:[2]

Rural/specialized municipality Location km mi Destinations Notes
Clearwater County 0 0.0 Hwy 22 (Cowboy Trail) – Drayton Valley, Rocky Mountain House Western terminus of Hwy 12
23 14 Hwy 761 – Leslieville, Stauffer
Lacombe County 39 24 Hwy 766 – Eckville
Bentley 59 37 Hwy 20 – Rimbey, Breton, Sylvan Lake
66–
67
41–
42
Passes through Aspen Beach Provincial Park
Gull Lake 71 44 Hwy 792 north – Crestomere
City of Lacombe 79 49 Hwy 2 (Exit 422) – Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary Grade Separated
83 52 Hwy 2A – Ponoka, Blackfalds, Red Deer
Lacombe County 97 60 Hwy 815 – Ponoka, Joffre
102 63 Urban Approach Road 111 north – Clive
111 69 Urban Approach Road 88 north – Tees
111.5 69.3 Hwy 821 north
112 70 Hwy 50 east – Mirror, Bashaw
Alix 124 77 Hwy 601 – Buffalo Lake
130 81 Hwy 21 north – Mirror, Bashaw, Camrose Hwy 21 concurrency begins
Future Hwy 921 south
↑ / ↓ 132 82 Hwy 21 south – Delburne, Three Hills Hwy 21 concurrency ends
County of Stettler No. 6 Nevis 137 85 Main Street
140 87 Hwy 11 west – Red Deer
Erskine 148 92 Hwy 835 – Rochon Sands
Town of Stettler 160 99 Hwy 56 – Camrose, Big Valley, Drumheller
161 100 47 Avenue / 50 Street Hwy 12 branches south and then turns east
County of Stettler No. 6 170 110 Hwy 850 north – Red Willow, Donalda Hwy 850 concurrency begins
Botha 174 108 Hwy 850 south Hwy 850 concurrency ends
Gadsby 186 116 Hwy 852 north
County of Paintearth No. 18 199 124 Hwy 855 north – Big Knife Provincial Park, Daysland Hwy 855 concurrency begins
Halkirk 200 120 Hwy 855 south – Endiang Hwy 855 concurrency ends
Castor 219 136 Hwy 861 north to Hwy 599 east (45 Street)
223 139 Hwy 36 (Veterans Memorial Highway) – Viking, Killam, Hanna, Brooks
Coronation 253 157 Hwy 872 south Hwy 872 concurrency begins
255 158 Hwy 872 north – Hardisty Hwy 872 concurrency ends
Special Area No. 4 Veteran 279 173 Hwy 884 north – Hughenden, Amisk Hwy 884 concurrency begins
280 170 Hwy 884 south – Youngstown, Suffield Hwy 884 concurrency ends
Consort 303 188 Hwy 41 north (Buffalo Trail) – Czar, Wainwright
Hwy 886 south – Cereal
Hwy 41 concurrency begins
Monitor 321 199 Hwy 41 south (Buffalo Trail) – Oyen, Medicine Hat Hwy 41 concurrency ends
338 210 Range Road 31 south – Kirriemuir
Altario 350 220 Hwy 899 – Bodo, Provost, Esther, Sibbald
Compeer 364 226 AlbertaSaskatchewan border Eastern terminus of Hwy 12
Continues as Hwy 51 east – Major, Kerrobert, Biggar
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, p. 3 
  2. ^ Alberta Road Atlas (2005 ed.). Oshawa, ON: MapArt Publishing Corp. pp. 63, 64, 65, 66, 72, and 73.

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