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NORTHERN LIGHTS CITIES (AURORA BOREALIS)

NORTHERN LIGHTS CITIES (AURORA BOREALIS)

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THE AURORA BOREALIS CITIES

There are many aurora countries on earth with each having their own northern lights cities.

Countries and their northern lights cities

Norway – early September – early April – click here for detailed information

The northern lights can be seen in various cities in Norway. These cities are Senja, Alta, Kirkenes, Lakselv, Narvik, Harstad, Oslo, Bodø, Andøya, and Tromsø. The aurora can be seen in these cities during the winter months. These months are from early September to early April. Preferably when the nights are dark. It is highly visible in March, September, and October.northern lights cities

Sweden–September – April – click here for detailed information

There are various northern lights cities in Sweden. These places are Jukkasjärvi, Abisko, Porjus and Laponia, Gällivare, Arvidsjaur, and Jokkmokk. You can have the opportunity to see the northern lights here between September and April. Here the aurora is strongest between 22:00 pm to 23:00 pm at night.

Iceland–September – mid-April – click here for detailed information  

The aurora can be seen in some cities and places in this country. These are Westfjords, Borgarnes, Reykjavík, Vík, Landmannalaugar and Jökulsárlón. You can see the aurora between September and mid-April. It can also be seen earlier than expected in August. The best time to see the aurora in Iceland is between 21:00 pm to 03:00 am. Although you can see them during the nights and early in the evening.       

Finland–September – March – click here for detailed information

In this place, the aurora can be seen in locations such as the Kakslauttanen, Utsjoki, Rovaniemi, Sodankylä, Ivalo, Nellim, and Kilpisjarvi. You can see the northern lights on every clear night between September and March. Also, you can see it when the skies are starry between 21:00 pm to 2 am.

Ireland–September – March – click here for detailed information

There are some northern lights cities where you can see the aurora in Ireland and these places are Donegal (Tory Island, Mamore Gap, Arranmore, and Malin Head Co.), Mayo (Inisturk, Belmullet), Leitrim, Sligo, and Mullaghmore. It can be seen in these places during the darkest months. These months are September, October all through to March. It can also be seen around 9:30 pm to 1 am.

UK–September–April – click here for detailed information  

In the UK the aurora can be seen in Northumberland, the southwest of England, the Lake District, Wales, Northern Ireland and much more. The best time to see the aurora here is during the winter and they can be clearly seen in the darkest Months between 10 pm and midnight.

Scotland–September –April – click here for detailed information 

You can see northern light Scotland in places like Shetland, Torridon and Assynt, Lewis and Harris, Oban, Loch Lomond, Lochaber, Edinburgh and much more. The winter and autumn (September to April) are the best time of the year to see the aurora here. At this time of the year, the nights are the darkest.

Canada –September –April – click here for detailed information

Here the aurora can be seen in Yukon, Saskatchewan, the Mucho Lake Provincial Park, Fort McMurray in Alberta, Iqaluit in Nunavut, Yellowknife in Northwest Territories, Newfoundland, and Labrador. The winter months are also the best time to see the northern lights in Canada.

USA –September–March– click here for detailed information

In the USA the northern lights can be seen in Alaska (Anchorage and Fairbanks), Aroostook, Michigan, Cook County and much more. The northern lights can be seen here during the winter months between September and March. Generally, in the USA you can see the aurora between 11.30 p.m. to 3.30 a.m. The peak is by 1.30 a.m. In Alaska, you can see the aurora between 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. solar times.

 

Finally, you can know more about the northern lights cities, where and when to see the aurora by visiting some of the Northern lights forecast websites. In addition, by reading about the northern lights predictions.