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Guided wilderness and aurora borealis experiences in the Yukon.

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A quick glimpse of some of the Yukon magic you might experience.

Enjoy your tour from a unique vantage point

Our exclusive and unique Northern Lights viewing facilities boasts of unobstructed and undisturbed view due north. They are built in the tradition of the historic wall tents, used by gold seekers and trappers one hundred years ago. A wood-fired stove keeps them at a comfortable temperature, while hot drinks and snacks provided by your guide will keep you warm from the inside. Located only twenty minutes north of Whitehorse.

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We're here to help you have a wonderful experience with us in the Yukon. If you need more information please do not hesitate to reach out or visit our Help Centre.

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au·ro·ra

/əˈrôrə,ôˈrôrə/
aurora borealis
An aurora is a colorful light show in the sky caused by the Sun. Auroras happen when particles from the Sun interact with gases in our atmosphere, causing beautiful displays of light in the sky. Auroras are often seen in areas near the North Pole or South Pole.
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