Last updated October, 2020
ARE YOU WONDERING WHAT THE WARMEST PLACE IN CANADA IS?
The warmest city in Canada is Victoria, British Columbia. The hottest month in Victoria BC is July, the average temperature is 62°F and the coldest month is January, at an average of 49°F. Victoria is warm because of western ocean winds.
Since Victoria is right by the ocean, there are many cruises you can take. The animals you will most likely see are seals, sea birds, dolphins, porpoises, whales, and sea otters. The best time of year to go on wildlife cruises are May through October.
There are also many mountains there. If you like hiking, here are the top three easiest and common hiking trails that you can research more about:
Hikes near Victoria BC
Here are some good hikes in the warmest city in Canada!
IRON MINE BAY
Where: In East Sooke Regional Park
Length: 5.8 miles (takes about 8 hours to get to the other end of the park)
Please note that this is a hike called Niagara Falls with a small waterfall. It is not the same as the huge waterfall between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.
Where: In Goldstream Provincial Park
Length: 1.6 miles
Where: In Gowlland Tod Provincial park
Length: 1.7 miles