- Quebec Route 105
length_km = 157.0
length_ref= [Ministère des transports, "Distances routières", page 56, Les Publications du Québec, 2005]
terminus_a=jct|state=QC|A|5 in Gatineau
terminus_b=jct|state=QC|Route|117|TCH in Grand-Remous
junction=jct|state=QC|Route|366 in Wakefield
jct|state=QC|Route|301 in Kazabazua
jct|state=QC|Route|107 in Maniwaki
Route 105 is a north-south highway in
Quebec, Canada. It runs from Hull (now part of Gatineau), where it is known as Boulevard Saint-Joseph(until the limits with Chelsea), to Grand-Remous where it ends at Route 117.
Route 105 runs mostly in the
Gatineau Rivervalley, where it is characterized by twisty and hilly sections. Besides Hull, the only other significant town along the route is Maniwaki.
Originally part of the former Route 11, it was renumbered to 105 in the 1970s, and runs parallel to Autoroute 5 in the Gatineau area.
Municipalities along Route 105
List of Quebec provincial highways
* [http://www.inforoutiere.qc.ca/fr/carte_routiere/index.asp Provincial Route Map (Courtesy of the Quebec Ministry of Transportation)] fr icon
* [http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&saddr=Boulevard+St-Joseph+%4045.423448,+-75.733580&daddr=46.621737,-75.922565&hl=en&geocode=2739342656941715220,45.423448,-75.733580&mra=dme&mrcr=0&mrsp=1&sz=13&dirflg=h&sll=46.629282,-75.889435&sspn=0.054226,0.154495&ie=UTF8&ll=46.1532,-75.62439&spn=1.750441,4.943848&z=8 Route 105] on Google Maps
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