Alberta Highway 33

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Highway 33 shieldGrizzly Highway shield

Highway 33
Grizzly Trail
Route information
Length: 236 km (147 mi)
Major junctions
South end: Hwy 43 near Gunn
  Hwy 18 in Barrhead
Hwy 32 in Swan Hills
North end: Hwy 2 near Kinuso
Location
Specialized
and rural
municipalities:
Lac Ste. Anne County, Barrhead No. 11 County, Woodlands County, Big Lakes County
Towns: Barrhead, Swan Hills
Highway system

Provincial highways in Alberta

Hwy 32 Hwy 35

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 33, commonly referred to as Highway 33 and officially named Grizzly Trail, is a north–south highway in west–central Alberta, Canada.

From the north, Highway 33 begins at its intersection with Highway 2, approximately 5.0 km (3.1 mi) east of the Hamlet of Kinuso and proceeds south through Swan Hills and Barrhead to Highway 43 near Gunn.[1][2]

Major intersections[edit]

From south to north:

Rural/specialized municipality Location km mi Destinations Notes
Lac Ste. Anne County Gunn 0 0.0 Hwy 43 – Edmonton, Whitecourt, Grande Prairie 53°43′55″N 114°20′11″W / 53.73190°N 114.33643°W / 53.73190; -114.33643 (33 x 43)
Rich Valley 14 8.7 Range Road 32 53°51′06″N 114°21′04″W / 53.85155°N 114.35120°W / 53.85155; -114.35120 (33 x Rich Valley)
Birch Cove 25 16 Valhalla Way 53°57′20″N 114°22′25″W / 53.95557°N 114.37374°W / 53.95557; -114.37374 (33 x Birch Cove)
County of Barrhead No. 11 28 17 Hwy 651 east – Legal 53°58′39″N 114°22′25″W / 53.97759°N 114.37373°W / 53.97759; -114.37373 (33 x 651)
30 19 Crosses the Pembina River 53°59′36″N 114°23′00″W / 53.99329°N 114.38339°W / 53.99329; -114.38339 (33 x Pembina River)
32 20 Hwy 654 west Hwy 654 concurrency begins
54°00′24″N 114°23′57″W / 54.00677°N 114.39918°W / 54.00677; -114.39918 (33 x 654W)
38 24 Hwy 654 east – Manola Hwy 654 concurrency ends
54°03′54″N 114°24′01″W / 54.06488°N 114.40016°W / 54.06488; -114.40016 (33 x 654E)
Barrhead 45 28 Hwy 18 west (53 Avenue) – Mayerthorpe Hwy 18 concurrency begins
54°07′23″N 114°24′07″W / 54.12312°N 114.40184°W / 54.12312; -114.40184 (33 x18W)
48 30 Hwy 18 east – Westlock Hwy 33 branches west
Hwy 18 concurrency begins
54°09′08″N 114°24′06″W / 54.15221°N 114.40179°W / 54.15221; -114.40179 (33 x 18E)
Camp Creek 67 42 Township Road 610A 54°14′59″N 114°35′00″W / 54.24980°N 114.58328°W / 54.24980; -114.58328 (33 x Camp Creek)
80 50 Hwy 763 south – Tiger Lilly 54°18′28″N 114°45′06″W / 54.30769°N 114.75173°W / 54.30769; -114.75173 (33 x 763)
↑ / ↓ 82 51 Crosses the Athabasca River 54°19′14″N 114°47′05″W / 54.32058°N 114.78466°W / 54.32058; -114.78466 (33 x Athabasca River)
Woodlands County Fort Assiniboine 84 52 Hwy 661 east – Dapp Hwy 33 branches northwest
54°20′02″N 114°47′21″W / 54.33392°N 114.78923°W / 54.33392; -114.78923 (33 x 661)
91 57 Hwy 658 west – Goose Lake, Blue Ridge 54°22′04″N 114°52′36″W / 54.36773°N 114.87657°W / 54.36773; -114.87657 (33 x 658)
Big Lakes County Swan Hills 145 90 Hwy 32 south – Whitecourt Hwy 33 branches north
54°42′38″N 115°24′48″W / 54.71054°N 115.41344°W / 54.71054; -115.41344 (33 x 32)
219 136 Hwy 2 – Kinuso, Peace River, Slave Lake, Edmonton 55°18′58″N 115°21′37″W / 55.31612°N 115.36039°W / 55.31612; -115.36039 (33 x 2)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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References[edit]

  1. ^ Google (January 1, 2017). "Highway 33 in Alberta" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 1, 2017. 
  2. ^ "2015 Provincial Highway 1-216 Progress Chart" (PDF). Alberta Transportation. March 2015. Archived (PDF) from the original on April 10, 2016. Retrieved October 12, 2016.