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Cranberry cabin had a perfect view of the aurora, but you have to go out to view them right. The cabin was well stocked and spotless clean. Andrew and his staff bent over backwards to make our trip memorable. There was kindling and plenty of...More
On a photography workshop wkd and stayed here. Excellent set up for trying to find auroras as it is out of the city lights. We had two great nights watching the northern lights, in the field just out from the cabin, and the warming huts...More
Amazingly well equipped & clean cabins. The two common cabins provided for viewing the northern lights were also top notch & well equiped, as was the campfire area. More stars than I have ever seen before with the naked eye.
The northern lights have been a bucket list item for my wife and Sundog turned out to be the perfect spot for us.
We were in the Cranberry Cottage for four nights during an unusually warm period. Looking at the forecast we thought we were...More
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US$135 - US$445 (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!