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  1. The Southern Yellowhead Highway (Highway 5) leaves the main branch of the Yellowhead Highway at Tete Jaune Cache and heads south 27 Valemount (population 1,000) and 28 Clearwater (population 2,300), which is the access area to the 5,220-square-kilometre (2,020-square-mile) Wells Gray Provincial Park.

  2. Yellowhead Highway 16 is a major east–west route providing access to a number of attractions in Alberta and British Columbia, and junctioning with both the East and West Access Routes to the Alaska Highway as well as the Cassiar Highway. Yellowhead Highway 16 is a very scenic route, passing through mountains, forest and farmland.

  3. Kansas state large detailed roads and highways map with all cities. Large detailed roads and highways map of Kansas state with all cities.

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  4. The Yellowhead Highway was officially opened in Western Canada in 1970; in 1978 all four Western Provinces agreed to use #16 for the highway. In 1986, the Yellowhead highway received the designation of a Trans Canada Highway with Highway #5 in BC, from Tête Jaune to Hope, remaining named just the Yellowhead Highway.

    • Established in 1970, Renumbered to Hwy 16 in 1976, Trans-Canada Highway in 1990
    • Route 52 in Winnipeg, MB
    • 2,859 km (1,777 mi)
    • Hodges Avenue in Masset, BC
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