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Provincial Trunk Highway 20 (PTH 20) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from PTH 5 and just south of Ochre River to PTH 10 in the village of Cowan. PTH 20 begins by traveling for eight kilometers north through Ochre River to the southwestern edge of Dauphin Lake before turning west toward Dauphin. It then turns north at the Dauphin city limits (PTH 20A actually enters Dauphin) to provide access to the western shores of Dauphin Lake and Lake Winnipegosis. Along this stretch, PTH 20 passes through the town of Winnipegosis. The highway continues north to the village of Camperville, where it turns west. The highway meets PR 272 approximately one kilometre later.

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  • Provincial Trunk Highway 20 (PTH 20) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from PTH 5 and just south of Ochre River to PTH 10 in the village of Cowan. PTH 20 begins by traveling for eight kilometers north through Ochre River to the southwestern edge of Dauphin Lake before turning west toward Dauphin. It then turns north at the Dauphin city limits (PTH 20A actually enters Dauphin) to provide access to the western shores of Dauphin Lake and Lake Winnipegosis. Along this stretch, PTH 20 passes through the town of Winnipegosis. The highway continues north to the village of Camperville, where it turns west. The highway meets PR 272 approximately one kilometre later.
  • Provincial Trunk Highway 20 (PTH 20) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from PTH 5 and just south of Ochre River to PTH 10 in the village of Cowan. PTH 20 begins by traveling for eight kilometres north through Ochre River to the southwestern edge of Dauphin Lake before turning west toward Dauphin. It then turns north at the Dauphin city limits (PTH 20A actually enters Dauphin) to provide access to the western shores of Dauphin Lake and Lake Winnipegosis. Along this stretch, PTH 20 passes through the town of Winnipegosis. The highway continues north to the village of Camperville, where it turns west. The highway meets PR 272 approximately one kilometre later.
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  • Provincial Trunk Highway 20 (PTH 20) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from PTH 5 and just south of Ochre River to PTH 10 in the village of Cowan. PTH 20 begins by traveling for eight kilometers north through Ochre River to the southwestern edge of Dauphin Lake before turning west toward Dauphin. It then turns north at the Dauphin city limits (PTH 20A actually enters Dauphin) to provide access to the western shores of Dauphin Lake and Lake Winnipegosis. Along this stretch, PTH 20 passes through the town of Winnipegosis. The highway continues north to the village of Camperville, where it turns west. The highway meets PR 272 approximately one kilometre later. From this point, PTH 20 travels in an east-west direction while maintaining its designation as a north-south highway. It skirts the southern boundary of the Swan-Pelican Provincial Forest before reaching its northern terminus with PTH 10 at Cowan. The speed limit is 90 km/h (55 mph). PTH 20 is part of the Northern Woods and Water Route.
  • Provincial Trunk Highway 20 (PTH 20) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from PTH 5 and just south of Ochre River to PTH 10 in the village of Cowan. PTH 20 begins by traveling for eight kilometres north through Ochre River to the southwestern edge of Dauphin Lake before turning west toward Dauphin. It then turns north at the Dauphin city limits (PTH 20A actually enters Dauphin) to provide access to the western shores of Dauphin Lake and Lake Winnipegosis. Along this stretch, PTH 20 passes through the town of Winnipegosis. The highway continues north to the village of Camperville, where it turns west. The highway meets PR 272 approximately one kilometre later. From this point, PTH 20 travels in an east-west direction while maintaining its designation as a north-south highway. It skirts the southern boundary of the Swan-Pelican Provincial Forest before reaching its northern terminus with PTH 10 at Cowan. The speed limit is 90 km/h (55 mph). PTH 20 is part of the Northern Woods and Water Route.
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