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Highway 2, Alberta's longest highway, begins near Grande Prairie, where it proceeds north towards Peace River. The route then turns south and passes through Edmonton and Calgary towards its southern terminus at the U.S. border at Carway.

Northern Terminus: Junction of Highway 43 north of Grande Prairie.

Southern Terminus: Canada/U.S. border at Carway.

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Pictures are arranged from north to south.

Location Description Photo
Northbound Southbound
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail past the Stoney Trail exit.

Photograph taken in June 2013.
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail approaching Exit 268/Country Hills Boulevard. As shown at right, the speed limit is a shocking 110 km/h.

Photograph taken in June 2013.
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail showing the advisory sign indicating that the Calgary International Airport is accessible via the next two exits.

Photograph taken in June 2013.
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail approaching Exit 268/Country Hills Boulevard.

Photograph taken in June 2013.
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail passing Exit 268/Country Hills Boulevard.

Photograph taken in June 2013.
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail passing Exit 268/Country Hills Boulevard.

Photograph taken in June 2013.
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail showing the 500 m advance signage for Exit 266/Airport Trail.

Photograph taken in June 2013.
City of Calgary Southbound view on Deerfoot Trail approaching Exit 266/Airport Trail.

Photograph taken in June 2013.

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