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The area in which we view the Aurora Borealis is on the Birch Mountain Northwest of Fort McMurray. Just below the Wood Buffalo National Park the largest dark sky in the world. This makes it an excellent viewing area for Aurora Borealis and stargazing. And no light pollution from Cities or industry sites.
The best time of the year to watch the Aurora Borealis is October to the end of April. The colder the weather gets is when we get clear skies and Brilliant Dancing Aurora Borealis across the dark night sky.
To watch Aurora Borealis the colder the better. We need clear skies with no cloud cover therefore we go out for 3 nights, so we have the best chance to see the Aurora Borealis. As the God’s can only predict the weather.
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