Saskatchewan Highway 60

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Highway 60
Route information
Length: 26 km (16 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Hwy 7 near Saskatoon
South end: Pike Lake Provincial Park
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 58 Hwy 80
Bone Trail marker along Hwy 60

Highway 60 is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 7 near Saskatoon to Pike Lake Provincial Park. The highway is approximately 26 km (16 mi.) long.

This route primarily serves as a link connecting Saskatonians to Pike Lake and its campground, though it is also an important local road for acreages and businesses in the area. The speed limit is 90 km/h (55 mph).

The Saskatchewan Railway Museum is located at the Hawker Siding about 3 km from Highway 7. The first name of Hawker siding is Eaton Siding. and a Ukrainian church is farther south on the highway.

Eaton Internment Camp of World War I

Intersections from north to south[edit]


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Rural municipality Location km[1] mi Destinations Notes
Corman Park RM   0 0.0 Hwy 7 – Saskatoon, Rosetown, Kindersley, Alsask Hwy 60 begins
  2 3.2 Hodgson Road (Township Road 362)
  5 8.0 Merrill School Road (Township Road 360)
  9 14 Chennels Road (Township Road 354)
  13 21
Hwy 762 – Saskatoon, Vanscoy
Vanscoy Road / Valley Road
  16 26 Township Road 350
Vanscoy RM   19 31 Township Road 344
  21 34 Township Road 343
  22 35
Hwy 766 west – Delisle
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