This awe-inspiring video compilation from Alan Dyer in Churchill portrays the essence of experiencing the northern lights in such a remote and beautiful raw location. This season more than ever has literally shed inspirational “light” on the town of Churchill and all the strong people that have endured being isolated even more since the Hudson Bay Rail Line has been washed out. Hopefully, before next aurora season, the train will be back running to Churchill and the northern lights will be shining just as brightly!
A amazing image of Tromso, Norway often referred to as the “Paris of the North”! The northern lights over Churchill doesn’t make such an impression though they are still quite impressive. The spectacular aurora season begins for Natural Habitat Adventures on January 20th. We look forward to bringing you all the news and lights from the Hudson Bay outpost.
Aurora season is coming soon to Churchill and we are getting excited for another incredible few months of spectacular northern lights viewing. Churchill, in the heart of winter, is quite the magical place. With all the population growth around beautiful places in North America it’s rare to be able to escape to a town that is surrounded with amazing natural beauty yet has very few people living there. If you’re looking for respite from the maddening crowd and need some time for reflection beneath the glimmering aurora borealis, this is the place to be. Enjoy this look down on our planet highlighted by the green halo of of mysterious northern lights.
This northern lights forecast diagram for the north shows lights will be highly visible over Churchill! Looks like the aurora season isn’t over just yet.
Here are a few photo gems by Alex De Vries – Magnifico’s from this past northern lights season. Alex kept us busy here at churchillpolarbears.org with ample shots from the long aurora season in Churchill. Every Natural Habitat Adventures group was fortunate to view the most incredible northern lights displays in recent history. By any comparison this was completely successful winter season! Until next season enjoy these parting shots!