|Maintained by Alberta Ministry of Transportation|
|Length||73.5 km (45.7 mi)|
|South end||MT 17 at Canada-U.S. border near Chief Mountain|
|Hwy 5 in Waterton Lakes National Park|
|North end||Hwy 3 near Pincher Creek|
|Specialized and rural municipalities||I.D. No. 4, Cardston County, Pincher Creek No. 9 M.D.|
Alberta Provincial Highway No. 6, commonly referred to as Highway 6, is a north-south highway in southern Alberta, Canada. It spans approximately 74 kilometres (46 mi) from Alberta's border with Montana to Highway 3 (Crowsnest Highway).
Highway 6 is part of the Cowboy Trail between Highway 5 in Waterton Lakes National Park and the Crowsnest Highway, where the Cowboy Trail follows Highway 3 to Highway 22 and continues north.
Montana Highway 17 in Glacier National Park becomes Alberta Highway 6 in Waterton Lakes National Park as it crosses the Canada–United States border at Chief Mountain. Generally travelling in a north direction from Chief Mountain, the highway provides access to the Hamlet of Waterton Park via Highway 5, and passes through the Hamlet of Twin Butte and the Town of Pincher Creek. Highway 6 ends at Highway 3 north of Pincher Creek.
The following is a list of major intersections along Alberta Highway 6 from south to north.
|I.D. No. 4|
|Chief Mountain||0.0||0.0||MT 17 south – Glacier National Park||Continues into Montana|
|Canada–United States border at Chief Mountain Border Crossing|
|||22.0||13.7||Hwy 5 east – Cardston, Lethbridge||South end of Hwy 5 concurrency and Cowboy Trail|
|22.9||14.2||Hwy 5 west – Waterton Park||North end of Hwy 5 concurrency|
|M.D. of Pincher Creek No. 9||||49.2||30.6||Hwy 505 east – Glenwood|
|Pincher Creek||69.3||43.1||Hwy 501 east / Hwy 785 north (Macleod Street)||South end of Hwy 501 concurrency|
|70.6||43.9||Hwy 501 west / Hewetson Avenue – Beaver Mines, Castle Mountain||Roundabout; north end of Hwy 501 concurrency|
|Pincher Station||73.5||45.7||Hwy 3 (Crowsnest Highway) – Crowsnest Pass, Fort Macleod, Lethbridge||Interchange proposed; Cowboy Trail follows Hwy 3 west to Hwy 22|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|