Saskatchewan Highway 211

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Highway 211
Route information
Length: 7 km (4 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 11 near Dundurn
East end: Blackstrap Provincial Park access road and Twp. Rd. 330
Location
Rural
municipalities:
Dundurn RM
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 210 Hwy 212

Highway 211 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It connects Highway 11 near Dundurn to the main access road for Blackstrap Provincial Park and Township Road 330. Highway 211 is approximately 7 km (4 mi.) long.

Highway 211 is a narrow, paved two-lane road for its entire length and has a 90 km/h speed limit.

Major Attractions[edit]

Around km 6, there is a large slope that Highway 211 runs down. Directly after this slope is the bridge over the Blackstrap Reservoir, at the end of which is Highway 211's eastern terminus.

Intersections from west to east[edit]

Rural municipality Location km mi Destinations Notes
Dundurn RM 0 0 Hwy 11
1 0.6 Hwy 663 (Range Road 3044)
4 2.5 Township Road 331/Range Road 3050
5 3.1 Private Road
7 4.3 Blackstrap Provincial Park access road (end) Continues eastward as Township Road 330
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Trivia[edit]

  • There are only two sign markers meant to be viewed while travelling the actual Highway 211 road - one meant for eastbound travellers just east of the intersection with Highway 11, and one meant for westbound travellers just west of the Blackstrap access road. Neither marker indicates the direction (eastbound and westbound, respectively) the travellers would be going.