Aurora Borealis in the Yukon Territories Region of Canada. Book your YT Northern Lights sightseeing adventure today on Canada's largest booking, planning and interactive travel and adventure website.
The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, is a natural phenomenon attracting travelers to the Yukon Territories of Canada from all corners of the globe. Travelers arrive in anticipation of catching a glimpse of the Northern Lights which illuminate the northern skies and dance with the stars.
The lights are viewed on most nights of the year. However, the weather conditions may impact viewing visibility. The best times to view the Northern Lights are when the skies are clear and the nights are dark. When nights are longer, between October and March, the viewing conditions and colors are best.
It is during the winter months when the skies dance the best with rainbow-like colors - floating in one wave after the another. The colors vary. There are skies painted in green, yellow, blue or red. Green being the most common.
The Northern Lights are a result of a chemical reaction between the sun and our atmosphere. The sun beams down electromagnetic radiation. The radiation beams interact with the gases in the earth's atmosphere. The end result are the Northern Lights. Lucky us!
Throughout the Yukon region are lodges and tour companies catering to the crowds who arrive every season to experience an Aurora Borealis. Companies showcasing the Northern Lights vary in what services they provide. Services may include accommodations, meals and transportation to and from viewing grounds. Accommodations could be a lodge, teepee, resort or cabin. Transportation to the site could be in the form of cross country skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding or bush plane.
For a total list of places to view the Northern lights in a community please visit the attraction section listed in the appropriate community. Register your Yukon Territories Canada Aurora Borealis sightseeing adventure.