Distance between Waterloo QC and Saint-Hyacinthe QC

The distance from Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe is 56 kilometers by road. Road takes approximately 41 minutes and goes through Granby, Canton de Shefford and Saint-Dominique.

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Point Distance Time Fuel
Waterloo 0 km 0:00 00 min 0.0 L
112 5 km, 04 min
Canton de Shefford 5 km 0:04 04 min 0.2 L
112 16 km, 11 min
Granby 21 km 0:15 15 min 1.3 L
112 137 24 km, 17 min
Saint-Dominique 45 km 0:33 33 min 3.2 L
137 11 km, 08 min
Saint-Hyacinthe 56 km 0:41 41 min 4.0 L

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to drive from Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe?

Fuel cost: 8.5 CAD

This fuel cost is calculated as: (Route length 56 km / 100 km) * (Fuel consumption 8 L/100 km) * (Fuel price 1.88 CAD / L)

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How long is a car ride from Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe?

Driving time: 41 min

This time is calculated for driving at the maximum permitted speed, taking into account traffic rules restrictions.

  • 27 km with a maximum speed 90 km/h = 18 min
  • 22 km with a maximum speed 80 km/h = 16 min
  • 4 km with a maximum speed 70 km/h = 3 min
  • 3 km with a maximum speed 50 km/h = 3 min

The calculated driving time does not take into account intermediate stops and traffic jams.

How far is Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe by land?

The distance between Waterloo and Saint-Hyacinthe is 56 km by road.

Precise satellite coordinates of highways were used for this calculation. The start and finish points are the centers of Waterloo and Saint-Hyacinthe respectively.

How far is Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe by plane?

The shortest distance (air line, as the crow flies) between Waterloo and Saint-Hyacinthe is 46 km.

This distance is calculated using the Haversine formula as a great-circle distance between two points on the surface of a sphere. The start and finish points are the centers of Waterloo and Saint-Hyacinthe respectively. Actual distance between airports may be different.

How many hours is Waterloo from Saint-Hyacinthe by plane?

Boeing 737 airliner needs 3 min to cover the distance of 46 km at a cruising speed of 800 km/h.

Small plane "Cessna 172" needs 12 min to flight this distance at average speed of 220 km/h.

This time is approximate and do not take into account takeoff and landing times, airport location and other real world factors.

How long is a helicopter ride from Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe?

Fast helicopter "Eurocopter AS350" or "Hughes OH-6 Cayuse" need 11 min to cover the distance of 46 km at a cruising speed of 240 km/h.

Popular "Robinson R44" needs 13 min to flight this distance at average speed of 210 km/h.

This time is approximate and do not take into account takeoff and landing times, aerodrome location and other real world factors.

What city is halfway between Waterloo and Saint-Hyacinthe?

The halfway point between Waterloo and Saint-Hyacinthe is Granby. It is located about 7 km from the exact midpoint by road.

The distance from Granby to Waterloo is 21 km and driving will take about 15 min. The road between Granby and Saint-Hyacinthe has length 36 km and will take approximately 25 min.

Where is Waterloo in relation to Saint-Hyacinthe?

Waterloo is located 46 km south-east of Saint-Hyacinthe.

Waterloo has geographic coordinates: latitude 45.34416, longitude -72.51622.

Saint-Hyacinthe has geographic coordinates: latitude 45.62748, longitude -72.94064.

Which highway goes from Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe?

The route from Waterloo to Saint-Hyacinthe follows 137, 112.

The distance between Waterloo and Saint-Hyacinthe is ranked 2,461st in the ranking popularity.
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