When it comes to Canada, everyone thinks of the bone-chilling cold and the white snow. But in fact, the Canadian winter is not so scary. With just enough warm clothing, you can enjoy winter sports or take lots of beautiful pictures in the beautiful white scenery this season.

One of the most compelling reasons for travelers to go out and explore in the winter is the opportunity to challenge outdoor games. This will be a great experience for travelers from the tropics. The climate in Canada is quite diverse, the temperature and rainfall depend on the region and the season.

Winter in most parts of the country the temperature day and night often below 0 degrees C. In some places, the temperature is lower than -25 degrees C. It can be said that most of Canada in winter is snow covered.

Winters in Canada are usually cold and last from late November to April, but the temperature will vary by region. The higher the region and the north, the longer and colder winters. On cold days, the temperature is only -20 degrees Celsius, but the temperature can drop to -30 degrees or -35 degrees Celsius.

Winter sports

As the winter season in Canada begins, usually when students have just passed important exams and are about to enjoy the holiday season and welcome the new year with lots of outdoor recreation and activities such as skiing, ice hockey, skating, etc.

These outdoor activities attract the excitement of participation of numerous tourists and indigenous people. The slopes of the slopes with thick snow and fresh air in Canada is a skiing paradise. In addition, the iconic sport of this North American country is indispensable – hockey also attracts many visitors to see and want to explore Canada’s winter by themselves.

The experience when going out this winter is that you should prepare warm luggage, you should wear a hat to cover your head, wear gloves and boots, wrap a scarf to ensure that you can adapt to the weather here.

In addition, do not forget to visit the longest ice rink in the world – a famous tourist spot in Ottawa in the winter. Especially the surface of the lake is frozen to 30cm, this skating rink is Rideau Canal – a UNESCO world heritage site, surely this will be a great choice for the winter here.

If you are not interested in motor games, try the feeling of difference between the four snowy faces and the magnificent wind blowing, watching the beautiful scenery from the aerial view by cable car.