For anyone who has had the opportunity to see the Northern Lights in person you know just how spectacular this natural phenomenon can be. If you haven’t had the chance to see them yet, not to worry! We’ve gathered six of the most breathtaking shots, and where they were taken, so this winter you can experience the Aurora Borealis for yourself.
Home to natural wonders like Lake Nipissing, and the Sturgeon River, this beautiful corner of Ontario is also a great spot for northern lights viewing opportunities.
Travel by air to untouched lakes and rivers with Wilderness North. Enjoy the first class accommodation at one of their full service lodges or a remote outpost cabin, and keep your eyes skyward for a glimpse of a lights display like this.
Algonquin’s vast interior of maple hills, rocky ridges, and thousands of lakes is the perfect backdrop for the northern lights.
The spectacular Lake Superior coastline is not only a treat for the eyes during the day, but if you’re lucky, a great spot for light watching at night.
In the heart of a World Biosphere Reserve, the ‘Bruce’ is place of global significance, and its dark skies can be home to picture perfect moments like this.
In the summer it’s a bustling beach-side town, but in the quieter months, its a great place to enjoy views of Lake Huron, and spot the Aurora Borealis.
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