Chasing the Northern Lights
Replies: 1 - Last Post: Jan 30, 2013 3:20 AM Last Post By: Bjoern
Jan 17, 2013 3:48 AM
Chasing the Northern LightsHi guys,
I hope it's alright to share this post with you guys.
I'm an avid Aurora Borealis chaser and have travelled extensively to see them, mostly in Northern Scandinavia but also some parts of the US and Canada.
I recently completed an article about the Aurora Borealis. Everything about them from what causes them, where to see them, when to travel, etc etc.
Hope you find it helpful
Jan 30, 2013 3:20 AM
Wonder why you do not at all mention Iceland (where sooo many go for seeing them - even if it can be very cloudy. So easy and CHEAP to reach) and Greenland - where Kangerlussuaq is proably the best place that is also very easily accessible. Rest of middle and north Greenland are also fine locations but have the cloud/fog problem like Tromsø and Iceland.
kangerlussuaq of the other hand is DARK and have clear skies nearly always.
I am aware that you may not have visited these places, but since you try to advise in general...
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