To be honest, there really isn’t a bad time of year to visit Canada. There is something to be said about visiting Canada during all four seasons.
The beauty of Canada can be experienced in the warmest weather and the bitter cold. Both seasons offer an abundance of different things to do. Some things that you are able to do in the winter months, you aren’t able to do in the summer, and vice versa.
Once you experience the four seasons in Canada, you’ll start to wonder what you are doing where you currently live. You’ll start looking for real estate for sale in Whistler or another beautiful area in Canada.
To determine when you may want to visit Canada, let’s dive into some of the seasons and what they are like in Canada.
Summer in Canada typically ranges from June to August. Hot and humid weather is no stranger. Cities like Montreal and Toronto get to experience a full summer with beautiful warm weather while West Coast cities experience moderate temperatures with cooler evenings.
Summer is the time to visit Canada if you are all about the views and scenery. The crystal clear, blue water is breathtaking when it isn’t frozen.
Spring in Canada is very fall-like. It’s generally cooler. The only difference is you risk a lot of rain. However, the temperature will eventually start to break. If you time your trip right and stay for a longer period of time, you may get to experience a little of two seasons. You’ll get to see winter when it’s ending, and summer while it’s just starting to transition.
Winter in Canada is best if you are an outdoor adventurer and don’t mind the cold or cold-weather activities. You can do everything from dog sledding to skiing. You can even take up some ice skating.
While you may not be able to hike or experience the breathtaking views of mountain ranges from the outer edge of deep blue water, you’ll have a grand old time living an adventurous, active lifestyle.
While fall may come with some cooler temperatures than you would experience in Summer, you can get those same breathtaking views or scenery, but multiply them by 10. Leaves will start changing colors, and nothing will have frozen yet as temperatures won’t be cold enough.
Choosing a season to visit Canada is purely based on preference. If all sound good, rank them in order of what you would live to experience first and then make them all happen!