Known for its world-class Aurora Borealis viewing and cultural experiences, it's no wonder Yellowknife is a haven for photographers and explorers alike. Marvel at the brilliantly green and yellow night skies as they dance above you or learn how to dog-sled with a local Dene family on snowy frozen rivers. Listen to stories of local guides whose families have lived on the traplines for generations while surviving in subarctic temperatures and learn the true history of their people. It is a place that will capture your mind and your heart. Yellowknife sits on the north shore of Great Slave Lake, the world's ninth-largest lake with a vast subarctic expanse of rivers, lakes and boreal forest. The lively streets are filled with public art and trendy local shops, but take a few steps out of town and you're surrounded by untouched northern wilderness.
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