Poundmaker Trail is a 361-kilometre (224 mi) interprovincial highway in Western Canada that runs from Edmonton, Alberta to North Battleford, Saskatchewan, following Alberta Highway 14 and Saskatchewan Highway 40. The highway is named after Pitikwahanapiwiyin (c. 1842–July 4, 1886), commonly known as Poundmaker, a Plains Cree chief known as a peacemaker and defender of his people.
|Length||361 km (224 mi)|
|West end||Hwy 216 in Edmonton, AB|
|East end||Hwy 16 in North Battleford, SK|
|Major cities||Edmonton, North Battleford|
|Towns||Tofield, AB; Viking, AB; Wainwright, AB; Cut Knife, SK; Battleford, SK|
The former alignment of Poundmaker Trail followed Saskatchewan Highway 16A through Battleford and across the North Saskatchewan River along original Battlefords Bridge via Finlayson Island. Around 2003, in conjunction with the Battlefords Bridge being twinned along the Highway 4/16/40 corridor, the original bridges were closed to vehicular traffic and Highway 16A was decommissioned.
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