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Is Hwy 1 more scenic then hwy 16 through Saskachewan from Ontario?

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So, I am driving from Ontario out to Kelowna with my girlfriend. She has never done the drive. I have done it a few times before, but it was always the 3 day push. We are taking our time so that we can enjoy the views and stops along the way. We are planning on Camping throughout the trip. We are in our late 20's and early 30's and I am also a Photographer if that helps with any of the stops.

My Questions are: From your experiance, Is Hwy 1 more scenic then hwy 16 through Saskachewan from Ontario?

: Where are great places to camp off either Highways (free/or fees) and arn't affected by the heavy floods from the spring?

Thank you,

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