Secondary Highway 631 -

One of Ontario's longest Secondary Highway's, Highway 631 runs the long and remote distance between Highway 17 at White River, and Highway 11 west of Hearst.  The highways purpose is to serve the remote community of Hornepayne.  Without Highway 631, Hornepayne would only be accessible by the CN Rail-line that passes through the centre of the community.

Secondary Highway 631 Shield

  Southern Terminus:  Highway 17 in White River

Northern Terminus:  Highway 11

Length:  170.0km

Multiplexes:  None

Orientation: North-South

Regions Served: Algoma and Cochrane Districts

AADT (2002):  Highest:  540, from Hornepayne to Highway 11;

                             Lowest:  400, from Highway 17 to Hornepayne.

Road Info:  Highway 631 is in excellent shape for the highways entire long length.  Aside from the odd sharper then necessary curve, travel along Highway 631 is very pleasant at the highway's 80km/h speed limit.


Highway 631information:  

Detailed Route information available below
Virtual Tour of Highway 631

Communities and Intersections along and Highway 631 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersecting Road
Township of White River White River 0km / King's Highway 17
Township of Hornepayne Hornepayne 99.1km / 70.9km Second Street
At Becker Raod:  NB:  Turn Left towards Highway 11.  SB: Turn Right towards Downtown Hornepayne.
Township of Hornepayne Hornepayne 100.0km / 70.0km Becker Road
Township of Hornepayne Hornepayne 102.1km / 67.9km Round House Road
Algoma - Cochrane District Boundary ----- 163.6km / 6.4km -----
District of Cochrane ----- 170km / 0km King's Highway 11
Highway 631 ENDS

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Page last updated:  September 9th, 2007

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