Saskatchewan Highway 623

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Highway 623
Route information
Length 45 km (28 mi)
Major junctions
South end Highway 13
North end Highway 334
Counties Key West No. 70, Elmsthorpe No. 100
Major cities Truax, Ogema
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 622Hwy 624

Highway 623 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from the Highway 13 near Ogema to Highway 334. Highway 623 is about 45 km (28 mi.) long.

Rural Municipalities[edit]

Highway 623 runs through Key West No. 70, and Elmsthorpe No. 100


Edgeworth is just to the west of Highway 623. Piapot Indian Reserve #75 is on the highway to the eastern direction. Truax and Ogema are the main communities along this route.

Major Attractions[edit]

The highway travels through the Dirt Hills geophysical area of Saskatchewan. [1]

Dunnet Regional Park is near Truax. Ogema Regional Park is as a Conservation area of Ogema [2]


There is a concurrency with Highway 713. The northern limit of the concurrency is at Truax and continues southerly.


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