To see the world's best aurora, visit the Northwest Territories. The capital, Yellowknife, for example, has over 240 potential viewing nights. And most of the territory is directly under the auroral oval. With many different ways to see the lights there's bound to be a perfect viewing option for everyone. Here's a list of ten amazing ways to take in the awesome northern lights. Blachford Lake Lodge offers the opportunity to view the Aurora out of doors in your bathing suit from the warm waters of a hot tub. Aurora Village offers heated, Aurora viewing lounge chairs on a massive deck plus plenty of while-you-wait activities. Enodah Wilderness Travel takes you to a comfortable lodge on the shores of Great Slave Lake in the most versatile vehicle on earth: a Hagglunds BV 206. Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures guides you safely along snow covered trails by snowmobile to a cozy cabin with viewing deck. Ride out on Great Slave Lake in an eight passenger snowmobile from Hay River to see the Northern Lights with Great Slave Lake Tours. In Inuvik, Arctic Adventure Tours offers dog sledding tours, followed by an aurora show just outside a beautiful log cabin. Walk out on a frozen pond or hike the nearest hill around midnight on a clear night, with a thermos of hot chocolate, to view the aurora on your own. North Star Adventures an aboriginal owned outfitter, offers an intimate viewing package for no more than six people per night. Travel out from Fort Resolution to a camp on the Taltson River by dog team or snowmobile with Aurora Nights Lodge. Develop your photography skills, by capturing the northern lights with the experts from My Backyard Tours. Whatever trip you choose, it'll be one evening you'll never forget.
The List: Ten Amazing Ways to Take in the Northern Lights