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Red Coat Trail is a 1,300 kilometres (810 mi) route that
approximates the path taken in 1874 by the North-West Mounted
Police in their quest to bring law and order to the Canadian West.
A number of highways in southern Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta
roughly follow the original route. In Alberta, the trail follows
Highways 3, 4, 61, 889, and 501. In Saskatchewan, Highway 13 is
designated as Red Coat Trail. The travel corridor from the
Manitoba-Saskatchewan border to Winnipeg follows Manitoba PTH 2.
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