Below is a selection of images from the 2015 Alaska Northern Lights Tour in late March. My guests were excited to see the northern lights almost every night.
To find out more about our 2016 Alaska Northern Lights Tours (March 22 – 29 and March 29 – April 5, 2016), please visit www.wildalaskatravel.com for more details.
We stayed in some of the best northern lights viewing places in Alaska (and in North America) where we could see the best and most intense aurora displays.
Watching the northern lights dance in the sky in Alaska’s Brooks Range.
Ice Road Truckers on the Dalton Highway.
Road crews use a snow blower and grader (barely visible on the botton left) to clear snowdrifts near Atigun Pass after a recent storm.
Exploring the Brooks Range above the Dalton Highway and Alyeska Pipeline.
The northern lights illuminate the sky above the historic town of Wiseman in the Brooks Range.
Enjoying an Appletini in an ice glass at the Ice Museum at Chena Hot Springs.
Wild Alaska Travel guests are in the aurora time zone, when time doesn’t matter anymore. We photographed until dawn!
What’s best about using an outhouse when nature calls at night in Interior Alaska is that you often get to see the northern lights!