The Yukon is home to one of the world’s most spectacular wonders, the northern lights. Also known as Aurora Borealis, with long nights and few hours of daylight, Yukon winters offer plenty of possibilities to view this natural phenomenon. The “lights” as they are called by locals, can be viewed from mid-August through to mid-April. So depending on when you come, you may not need a parka at all.
Leaving fro the lodge we will “chase” the lights and find the locations they are most likely to appear. Our guides will assist you in some of the fundamentals in capturing the perfect photo.
Please remember that the northern lights are a natural phenomena and we cannot guarantee them.