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See the Aurora Borealis in Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada

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There's nothing more magical than the Aurora Borealis on a crisp, clear night. And with skies free from light pollution, the wilderness setting of Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is one of the best places in Ontario for viewing the Northern Lights.

The park covers 450,000 hectares deep in the heart of the Boreal Forest, and has remained an untouched wilderness for thousands of years. With over 2000km of navigable canoe and kayak routes, it's the perfect place to paddle in peace and possibly catch a glimpse of some of the elusive Woodland Caribou in their natural habitat. 

The area is also rich with First Nations history. Try to find some of the ancient pictographs left behind by the First Nations, hidden amongst the rocks, and follow in their footsteps as you travel along the same winding waterways. 

Click here to find out more about this beautiful and inspiring corner of the world.

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