Festival of Aurora Borealis

Cultural in Mòhé

The area around Mòhé is best known for its midnight sun, visible for as long as 22 hours during this annual festival. Oddly, this is one of the few times you can see the Northern Lights, according to locals. Later in the summer, when there are more hours of darkness, the lights don’t appear. Odds of seeing the aurora are fairly slim with the last period of high activity in 2012, and the next likely in 2023.

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