|Length||428.4 km (266.2 mi)|
|South end||Hwy 2 in Slave Lake|
| Hwy 986 near Red Earth Creek|
Hwy 697 in Fort Vermilion
|North end||Hwy 58 near Fort Vermilion|
|Lesser Slave River No. 124 M.D., Northern Sunrise County, Opportunity No. 17 M.D., Mackenzie County|
|Provincial highways in Alberta
Alberta Provincial Highway No. 88, commonly referred to as Highway 88 and officially named the Bicentennial Highway, is a north-south highway in Northern Alberta.
Highway 88 begins at its intersection with Highway 2 at the Town of Slave Lake, passing through Red Earth Creek and Fort Vermilion and ending at Highway 58 approximately 57 km (35 mi) east of the Town of High Level. It crosses the Peace River approximately 13 km (8.1 mi) south of Highway 58. The total length of the highway is 428 km (266 mi).
Highway 88 was originally numbered as Highway 67. It was renumbered to Highway 88 and labeled as Bicentennial Highway in 1988 in celebration of 200 years history of Fort Vermilion – one of two communities that claim to be the first European settlement in Alberta (the other being Fort Chipewyan on Lake Athabasca to the east).
From south to north:
|M.D. of Lesser Slave River No. 124||Slave Lake||0||0.0||Hwy 2 – High Prairie, Peace River, Edmonton||Southern terminus|
|M.D. of Opportunity No. 17||||34||21||Hwy 754 east – Wabasca-Desmarais|
|Northern Sunrise County||||111||69||Hwy 750 south – Atikameg, High Prairie|
|||159||99||Hwy 986 west – Little Buffalo, Peace River|
|M.D. of Opportunity No. 17||Red Earth Creek||169||105||Hwy 686 east – Peerless Lake, Trout Lake|
|Mackenzie County||Fort Vermilion||408||254||50 Street|
|||412||256||Hwy 697 west – La Crete|
|||414||257||Crosses the Peace River|
|||430||270||Hwy 58 – High Level, John D'Or Prairie||Northern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|