Currency exchange rates are constantly changing and can be difficult to keep track of. This is why we wanted to make planning your trip as easy as possible and have provided you with a currency conversion calculator.
When completing the tour around Lake Superior the last thing you want to worry about is getting a speeding ticket. To avoid this from happening you will want to be sure of the difference between miles per hour and kilometres per hour.
In Canada your speed is measured by kilometres per hour (kph) where as in the United States they use miles per hour (mph). Some of the most common speed limits you will encounter are:
60 mph = 97 kph
50 mph = 80 kph
40 mph = 64 kph
30 mph = 48 kph
20 mph = 32 kph
We want to help make your experience around Lake Superior unforgettable. Instead of missing out on the beautiful scenery make sure use our convrsion calculator to make sure you know the difference between miles per hour and kilometres per hour.
When travelling what is one of the first things you think about? What should I wear? Will I need a rain jacket? Will it be warm? What will the weather be like? Let’s face it when planning to go somewhere our packing and planning is usually coordinated with the temperature. In Canada they measure temperature using Celsius where in the United States they use Fahrenheit. Here are some of the more popular temperatures exchanges to be aware of:
100 Fahrenheit = 38 Celsius
90 Fahrenheit = 32 Celsius
80 Fahrenheit = 26 Celsius
70 Fahrenheit = 21 Celsius
60 Fahrenheit = 16 Celsius
50 Fahrenheit = 10 Celsius
40 Fahrenheit = 4 Celsius
32 Fahrenheit = 0 Celsius
As you will be traveling through both Canada and the US it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the differences in temperature measurement. To do this you can use our Lake Superior Circle Tour conversion calculator.
Canada and the United States have a lot of differences as you’ve begun to see from our conversion calculators. One of the biggest differences is their forms of measurement. Until 1971 Canada and the US used the same imperial system until Canada adopted the metric system as their official form of measurement. You might be wondering why you would need this conversion, but it can help when doing basic tasks such as filling up your gas tank in your vehicle or cooking. For example, you will use gallons in the US compared to liters in Canada these conversions can only make you more prepared and your tour around the lake that much easier.