Saskatchewan Highway 106

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Highway 106
Hanson Lake Road
Route information
Length325.1 km[1] (202.0 mi)
Major junctions
South end Hwy 55 near Smeaton
  Hwy 120
Hwy 165
Hwy 135
North end Hwy 167 in Creighton
Highway system
Provincial highways in Saskatchewan
Hwy 102Hwy 120

Highway 106, the Hanson Lake Road, is a fully paved provincial highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.[2] It runs from Highway 55 near Smeaton to Highway 167 in Creighton. Highway 106 is about 325 km (202 mi) long.[1] The speed limit is 100 km/h (62 mph).

Highway 106 also connects with Highway 691, Highway 692, Highway 928, Highway 120, Highway 912, Highway 913, Highway 932, Highway 933, Highway 165, Highway 911, Highway 135.

Many provincial recreation sites are directly accessible from Highway 106, including the large Narrow Hills Provincial Park and the Hanson Lake Provincial Recreation Site. Siberian Outfitters camp is located on 104 km (65 mi) north of Highway 55. Highway 106 does not pass through any communities, with the exception of Smeaton and Creighton.

Major intersections[edit]

From south to north:[3]

Rural municipalityLocationkm[1]miDestinationsNotes
Torch River No. 488Smeaton0.00.0 Hwy 55 – Nipawin, Prince AlbertHwy 106 southern terminus
25.015.5 Hwy 691 south – Snowden
26.016.2 Hwy 692 south – Choiceland
Northern Administration DistrictNarrow Hills
Provincial Park
67.742.1 Hwy 120 south – Candle Lake, Prince Albert
86.253.6 Hwy 913 north
134.783.7 Hwy 165 west – La Ronge, Beauval
215.9134.2 Hwy 911 north – Deschambault Lake
256.8159.6 Hwy 135 north – Jan Lake, Pelican Narrows, Sandy Bay
Creighton325.1202.0 Hwy 167 to PTH 10 – Flin Flon, Denare BeachHwy 106 northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b c Google (February 17, 2018). "Highway 106 in Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 17, 2018.
  2. ^ "TYPE ADMN_CLASS TOLL_RD RTE_NUM1 RTE_NUM2 ROUTE 1 Gravel ..." Government of Canada. Retrieved 2008-02-17.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Tourism Saskatchewan (2015–16). Saskatchewan Official Road Map (Map). Government of Saskatchewan. §§ F-5, F-6, G-6, H-6, I-6.

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