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Dupree
When is the best time of year to view the Northern Lights? View All


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Mike Wifado
You are more likely to see them between September and March, but because they are a natural phenomenon there is no guarantee. Check out this website - it'll tell you all about them and where and when to go. Good luck - I hope you see them. They are truly amazing!


10 years ago

Source: http://www.northern-lights.no/


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