Northern lights blazing in the Churchill sky above the Nat Hab/ great White Bear cabin off Goose Creek Road. Don Walkoski photo.
Natural Habitat’s aurora watching cabin operated by Great White Bear on Goose Creek Rd. in Churchill. Don Walkoski photo.
Aurora borealis streams above the boreal forest behind the Creek Cabin in Churchill. Robert Norton photo.
The big news from Churchill this season is the new Creek Cabin built by Great White Bear Tours for
Natural Habitat Adventures northern lights groups fo travelers. Aurora has once again been magical as you can see from a couple of the images above. The Creek Cabin has been an amazing base to get away from the lights of the town and be in peace on the edge of the boreal forest off Goose Creek Rd. The wood stove keeps travelers warm as they step in and out of the shelter to take in one of the most spectacular phenomena on Earth! This new location adds to the experiences already provided by the Aurora Pod and Aurora Domes in other northern lights viewing sites around Churchill!
Phenomenal northern lights above the Churchill Inukshuk. Alex de – Vries Magnifico/ Discover Churchill photo.
An awestruck traveler watches the rainbow aurora near the boreal forest in Churchill. Alex de-Vries Magnifico/ Discover Churchill photo.
These two magical images by Alex de – Vries Magnifico from Discover Churchill capture the
intensity of this northern lights season in Churchill! Aurora borealis action has been ramping up over the past week and we are hoping this is an indication that this will be a northern lights season to remember for all! Churchill is one of the most accessible places on Earth to see this most incredible phenomenon! Enjoy!
Aurora season in Churchill is just around the corner. Now that the train is running again this season should be a vibrant one for sure. This Travel Manitoba video captures the essence and flavor of the incredible northern lights season in Churchill. When lights shimmer over the Hudson Bay, there’s no better place on Earth to see these spectacular phenomena! Enjoy!
Beluga whales have descended upon the Churchill region and the seasonal pull of the warmer water and shallow estuaries of freshwater rivers are driving the migration once again. Having spent over 10 seasons guiding in Churchill, I know the feeling of returning to the region and sharing the waters with thousands of these magical creatures. This is truly one of the most magical experiences on Earth!
This short film,
Eye of the Storm is set in Iceland. Storms of all kinds form in Iceland with, sand, ash, snow, rain and solar being the most common. Storms often demonstrate the power of nature and its effects on our planet Earth. Natures mystery is unveiled when we see the landscapes created from They reveal nature’s beauty and its hand in creating the landscapes visible today. This compilation was filmed in Iceland between February and March of 2014 when a phenomenal solar flare and coronal mass ejection collided with Earth’s atmosphere. The northern lights emanating from particles colliding with the atmosphere are just supernatural in appearance. Enjoy!