Eric Rock: Man under Northern Lights, inukshuk, igloo, Northern lights and stars
Colin McNulty: Dog Sledding Brad Josephs: Sled dog, Igloo group, Dog Team, Aurora Pod
Eddy Savage: Train Station, Tundra Sunset
A Winter Adventure in Churchill, Canada—One of the Best Places on Earth to See the Aurora Borealis
Whether you're preparing for your upcoming northern lights tour or just want to learn more about the aurora borealis, be sure to check out these helpful resources. Discover what life is like on the Arctic tundra, browse useful packing tips and read compelling travel stories that will leave you in awe of nature’s winter magic.
Have questions about the aurora borealis? We've got answers! We've compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions about the northern lights, Churchill, hotels, transportation, weather and more.
The aurora borealis is a glittering, radiant display, only visible in the northern night sky. Read on to discover the origins of these wonderous lights and the science behind this astounding phenomenon.
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