Alberta Highway 567
|Big Hill Springs Road, Veterans Boulevard|
|Maintained by Alberta Transportation, City of Airdrie|
|Length||64.5 km (40.1 mi)|
|West end||Hwy 22 north of Cochrane|
| Hwy 772 north of Calgary|
Hwy 2 in Airdrie
|East end||Hwy 9 near Irricana|
|Rocky View County|
|Provincial highways in Alberta
Highway 567 begins at its intersection with Highway 22 (Cowboy Trail), 10 km north of the Town of Cochrane, and travels eastward past Big Hill Springs Provincial Park, to Highway 772 (Symons Valley Road) where it jogs north for 3 km before it continues east through the City of Airdrie and intersects Highway 2. The highway ends at Highway 9, 4 km southeast of the Town of Irricana.
The highway is also known as Big Hill Springs Road between Highway 22 and Highway 772 and Veterans Boulevard within Airdrie. Prior to 2005, the highway was named Airdrie Road west of Highway 2 and Irricana Road east of Highway 2.
Starting at the west end of Highway 567:
|Rocky View County||||0.0||0.0||Hwy 22 (Cowboy Trail) – Sundre, Cochrane||Roundabout|
|6.5||4.0||PAR 116 south – Big Hill Springs Provincial Park|
|9.8||6.1||Hwy 766 (Lochend Road)|
|21.3||13.2|| Hwy 772 south (Symons Valley Road) – Calgary|
Big Hill Springs Road east – Airdrie
|Hwy 567 branches north;|
west end of Hwy 766 concurrency
|24.6||15.3||Hwy 772 north (Symons Valley Road) – Madden||Hwy 567 branches east;|
east end of Hwy 766 concurrency
|City of Airdrie||31.1||19.3||Range Road 13||Connects to Centre Street N / Harvest Hills Boulevard|
|34.4||21.4||8 Street NW|
|35.2||21.9||Main Street N – Crossfield||Connects to Dickson-Stevenson Trail and Hwy 2A|
|36.0||22.4||Hwy 2 – Red Deer, Edmonton, Calgary||Interchange (Hwy 2 Exit 285)|
|36.8||22.9||East Lake Boulevard NE|
|Rocky View County||||48.2||30.0||Hwy 791 north||West end of Hwy 791 concurrency|
|49.8||30.9||Hwy 791 south – Chestermere||East end of Hwy 791 concurrency|
|Irricana||62.9||39.1||Range Road 264|
|64.5||40.1||Hwy 9 – Beiseker, Drumheller, Calgary|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, p. 15
- "Provincial Highways 500 – 986 Progress Chart" (PDF). Alberta Transportation. March 2015. Retrieved June 1, 2016.
- "Airdrie's roads honour war veterans, settlers". Airdrie Echo. August 16, 2005. Retrieved June 1, 2016.
- Google (June 1, 2016). "Highway 567 in Alberta" (Map). Google Maps. Google.