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Victoria Storm Watching

Victoria is the Canadian province's capital city, on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. It has several places for enthusiasts to have a fascinating journey visiting Vancouver Island, even for those who enjoy experiencing storm watching in seclusion from vantage points. Visitors, who choose to enjoy Victoria Storm Watching, will have several outdoor recreation chances, including storm watching, camping on the beautiful beaches, and fishing, to name a few.
Falls and winters are the exhilarating seasons to experience a thrilling time storm watching. It is a perfect place for brave souls seeking some exciting moments, watching the high waves making up in the distance, rolling into the coast, crashing against the rocks while rain's whipping. Watching this raw phenomenon of nature is one of the most popular recreations at Victoria and exposed west coasts of the island. You may choose bundling in your raingear and keep the reverence of nature by hunkering down at the beaches facing the howling waves and water. Or stay relaxed in your car and enjoy the captivating views as the moody sky combines with lashing rains and gales, making frenzied waves smashing the beaches and rocks.
Get prepared for storm watching at three beautiful spots with several recreations to enjoy and places to roam at Clover Point, Saxe Point Park, and Cattle Point.


Victoria Storm Watching Location

Victoria is the capital city of the Canadian province located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island in Greater Victoria, off Canada's Pacific Coast. Victoria offers some exhilarating storm-watching experiences due to its being off the Pacific Coast and high waves hitting its beaches in winters, mostly from November through March.
In downtown Victoria, the Inner Harbour is almost 110 km (68.3 miles) away from downtown Seattle by ferry, airplane, Victoria Clipper passenger-only ferry. The city of Langford as one of the 13 component municipalities of Greater Victoria, is 10 km (6.2 miles) to Victoria's north. Victoria is neighbouring the town of View Royal, the municipality of Esquimalt, the district municipality of Saanich, the city of Langford, and Colwood.
Greater Victoria's area is rich in parks, beaches, and sports and recreations attracting visitors all around the world every season of the year. Whether staying in your car or donning in your raingear, watch and enjoy the lightening sky, lashing rain, and frenzied waves smashing the beaches at Clover Point, Saxe Point Park, or Cattle Point.


Victoria Storm Watching Weather

The average temperature in Victoria is about 11°C (51.8°F). The warmest months are July and August, with a maximum of 20°C (68°F) and a minimum temperature of 13°C (55.4°F). December is the coldest month, with a maximum temperature of 8°C (46.4°F) and a minimum temperature of 4°C (39.2°F). Rain falls throughout the year. The high rate of precipitation is from October to February. Snow falls from November through March.

Best Places for Storm Watching Near Victoria

Cattle Point Storm Watching

Cattle Point Storm Watching

Saxe Point Park Storm Watching

Saxe Point Park Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

Victoria Storm Watching

Victoria Storm Watching

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What you Can Expect to See Near Victoria

Spiral Beach

Spiral Beach

McNeil Bay

McNeil Bay

Langford

Langford

Gonzales Bay

Gonzales Bay

Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site

Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site

Sooke

Sooke

Point Ellice House Museum and Gardens

Point Ellice House Museum and Gardens

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

The Royal BC Museum

The Royal BC Museum

Miniature World

Miniature World

Willows Beach

Willows Beach

Race Rocks Ecological Reserve

Race Rocks Ecological Reserve

Sitting Lady Falls

Sitting Lady Falls

Florence Lake Cave

Florence Lake Cave

Victoria

Victoria

What you Can Expect to Do Near Victoria

Hiking on Mount Empress from Sooke Potholes via Mary Vine and Todd Creek Trails

Hiking on Mount Empress from Sooke Potholes via Mary Vine and Todd Creek Trails

Victoria Diving

Victoria Diving

Sidney North Saanich Yacht Club Whale Watching

Sidney North Saanich Yacht Club Whale Watching

Van Isle Marina Whale Watching

Van Isle Marina Whale Watching

West Coast Outdoor Adventure Whale Watching

West Coast Outdoor Adventure Whale Watching

Cabin Point Whale Watching

Cabin Point Whale Watching

Beechey Head Whale Watching

Beechey Head Whale Watching

Spirit Bay Visitor Centre Whale Watching

Spirit Bay Visitor Centre Whale Watching

Creyke Point Whale Watching

Creyke Point Whale Watching

Victoria Harbour Ferry Whale Watching

Victoria Harbour Ferry Whale Watching

Fisherman's Wharf Park Whale Watching

Fisherman's Wharf Park Whale Watching

West Bay Esquimalt Whale Watching

West Bay Esquimalt Whale Watching

Cattle Point Storm Watching

Cattle Point Storm Watching

Saxe Point Park Storm Watching

Saxe Point Park Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

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