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If you want to have a seamless and enjoyable traveling experience, you must pay attention to your footwear.
When it comes to traveling to a foreign country it pays to do some research about the weather conditions of the region you are traveling to so that you can pick up appropriate shoes for your trip.
Likewise, if you are planning a trip to Canada, your footwear is going to vary according to the season.
Canada offers various types of activities depending on the season and is widely known for many of its popular tourist attractions. Ranging from the best Heli skiing Canada has to offer to the exotic beauty of Niagara Falls, you can enjoy it all even more if you have comfortable shoes on.
Here are some ideas on the kind of shoes to pack when traveling to Canada according to the season.
Walking is undoubtedly the best way to explore a city. Besides saving a lot of bucks, you are more likely to explore places that you would have missed otherwise.
Likewise, if you are planning to travel to Canada in mid-summer or spring, you'll be wanting to look good as well as be comfortable. Grab some chic and comfortable walking shoes to take along with you.
These could be sneakers, loafers, or sandals depending upon your comfort and choice. Having good and comfortable shoes will make you feel lighter than air and you can explore as many places as you want without having to worry about getting sore feet or getting tired.
Visiting Niagara Falls
Traveling to Canada and not going to Niagara Falls?
That sounds so unconventional! Going to Canada means that you are pretty likely to visit that majestic and world largest waterfall.
It's not such a good idea to visit the waterfall in your regular walking shoes and sandals because they are going to get wet.
We highly recommend you wear some comfortable and waterproof shoes so that you can enjoy your visit to the fullest without getting wet feet.
Visiting Canada in Winter:
Canadian winters are harsh and last longer than the other seasons.
The majestic snow-clad mountains and the world's best-skiing facilities are what attract tourists to Canada in winters.
If you are just planning to roam around the city and enjoy being in the place, then you can opt for regular or long boots. You can find a wide range of boot designs and pick the one as per your choice.
However, if you are planning to go skiing or heliskiing, then you should buy good quality specialized skiing shoes beforehand because once it's skiing season the skiing shoe prices are more likely to increase in price.
Check out the prices at home before you go to see if it's worth buying before you get on board your flight to Canada.
Packing footwear can be a bit tricky for some fashion-conscious travelers because going out for fancy dinner or a formal lunch in walking shoes or boots is not going to cut the mustard.
You might be wondering what other shoes you should pack along for any sudden plans, especially in summer and in particular when you don’t have to worry about the dense snow or cold breeze to freeze your feet.
You can pack a pair of moccasins or mules because they often look super chic with formal outfits, particularly during the daytime.
If you are planning to have a fancy dinner at some good restaurant, then packing a pair of heels would be a good idea, because no matter what the place you are in, you should always dress to impress!
I hope we have given you a basic idea about what footwear you must pack along as per the changing seasons and your plans of exploring Canada.
The choices of shoes vary from person to person as per their level of comfort, but you must always be prepared according to the weather of the region you are planning to visit.
Your footwear is as important for your health as a good diet.
So pay attention to picking up the right kind of shoes. Having comfortable and chic shoes that go well with your outfit will make your traveling experience happier and will be good for your photographs as well.
Happy traveling to Canada with happier and healthier feet!
I love hiking with my family and taking in the cool air in the hills around where I live up in Ithaca.
Most of the time we take rather shorter walks out for a bit of exercise since there are so many things in life that we also want to do – and especially the kids.
Life is a balance but one where you should never take the beauty of nature for granted. I also enjoy writing about my experiences and helping others with the things I learn about shoes from using them, from friends and the family.