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Spend some time above the Arctic Circle under the mysterious, eerie northern lights. From mid-September to late April, when you have the best chance of witnessing phenomenon of the aurora borealis, you’ll fly from Fairbanks to the remote village of Coldfoot, in the Brooks Mountain Range.
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Alaska is one of the best places on earth to see the northern lights – colorful bands of light that dance in the dark night sky. Travelers from all over the world come to Alaska each winter to see this stunning display and take advantage of other winter experiences like snowmobiling, dog mushing, skiing, festivals and sporting events.
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Alaska aurora forecasts are available from the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute. Summer Aurora Views. Even though the summer evening skies are too bright, visitors still find a way to enjoy the full splendor of Alaska’s northern lights.
Although it can be spotted almost anywhere in the state, the best place for viewing is Fairbanks. Since it is located further north than other cities, the Aurora Borealis is brighter and more beautiful there.
While many travelers think they have to head to Canada or northern Europe to see the Northern Lights, you can actually spot this phenomenon without leaving the United States.
Alaska northern lights tours in the Arctic Circle & Fairbanks with Alaska Tours. Guiding northern lights and other Alaska adventure vacations since 1991.