The northern lights can be observed all year round, but are more likely to be visible during the months with longer periods of darkness. You can check Aurora Alerts for northern lights forecasts.
The most daring can spend the night at the top of the Uapishka Mountains, but the northern lights can also be admired from the shore of the Manicouagan Crater Lake.
The Perseids period is from mid July to mid August.
Let yourself be enchanted by the immensity of the starry sky. Here, no light interferes with the twinkling of the stars. The Milky Way is clearly visible, and the Little Bear (Little Dipper) and Great Bear (Big Dipper) constellations adorn the sky. You just have to look up!
If you are lucky, you might even get to amaze at the celestial dance of the northern lights.
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