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Being that it was our first time in Whitehorse, getting to Sundog Retreat and driving at night took some doing, but after the first trip, it was all easy than.
Heather and Andrew are the owners and upon our arrival, the cabin was all ready...More
We stayed at the Fuzzy Crocus for 3-nights Yukon aurora package. Andrew and Heather are exceptional hosts and made us felt welcomed. Moreover, their son came over to show us aurora camera setting tips. We enjoyed cooking meals and viewing the aurora from our private...More
We booked the Raven's Nest for 4 nights and got upgraded to the Fireweed. Spacious cottage for the 2 of us as it can accommodate 6. Self-catering, full equipped kitchen, everything's clean and tidy. No luck seeing the northern lights even though the aurora forecast...More
I stayed at the Sundog Retreat with a small group of people on one of Neil Zeller's aurora photography tours. Four of us women shared a cabin - Cranberry - and found it comfortable and homey. Andrew, our host, couldn't do enough to ensure our...More
I did a project and I mentioned this place so when we came to Whitehorse, I asked to book here. It is amazing! If you ever come to Whitehorse, book here. Its like living at your home. Some even has hot tubs!
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US$129 - US$442 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No it's too early. October around new moon time and then Mid February to early April. Always plan for new moon as this is when the sky is darkest and the lights are at their best. November, December and January bad weather... More
No it's too early. October around new moon time and then Mid February to early April. Always plan for new moon as this is when the sky is darkest and the lights are at their best. November, December and January bad weather makes veiwing difficult and patchy.
I believe for December there's only about 5 hours of daylight so keep that in mind. At Sundog since you can be in the comfort of your cabin while you wait and look for the Northern Lights it's great. I was told to look for... More
I believe for December there's only about 5 hours of daylight so keep that in mind. At Sundog since you can be in the comfort of your cabin while you wait and look for the Northern Lights it's great. I was told to look for stars first then if the sky is clear there's a good chance to see it. There's also a rating for each night if you can see it. I went in March near end of the season but lucky enough to see it all 3 nights I was there. You need to be patient, you never know what time it will be visible. It can be 15 minutes or an hour or more. Hope you're able to experience it!