The astonishing sights of the northern lights should be on everyone`s bucket list with fascinating displays of vibrant colorful lights that can be seen from locations in North America. The Aurora Oval, where the lights are concentrated and circle the north magnetic pole is elusive and all depend on location. Alaska, Canada, and some North American states happen to be ideally positioned to see the spectacular show. Depending on the weather, darkness, cloud cover, and solar wind activity these incredible lights can be best seen in the winter and from locations such as Fairbanks, AK, with 100 acres of forest and almost 250 nights where the swirling lights can be seen, Yellowknife and Whitehorse, CA, and from the Flathead Forest and Glacier National Park in Montana in late winter when the nights are the longest and clearest.
Discover Montana, the "Treasure State," with this fun road trip. Visit Bozeman (an outdoor lover`s paradise, a Rocky Mountain city with various opportunities for hiking, biking, and exploring); then, continue to Missoula (known for its blue-ribbon trout fishing, outdoor recreational opportunities and spectacular natural beauty). After that, drive to your hotel near Flathead Forest and Glacier National Park (built from block fault mountain ranges sculpted by glaciers, and covered with a rich thick forest). Finally, head to underrated Great Falls (which straddles the Missouri River and is known as the "Electric City"). Entrance to national parks is not included. Plan your visit according to your schedule and be sure to check each park's operating hours. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
Bozeman - Missoula: 3 hrs. approx.
Missoula - Flathead Forest-Glacier Park: 4 hrs. 35 mins. approx.
Flathead Forest-Glacier Park - Great Falls: 5 hrs. 30 mins. approx.
Great Falls - Flathead Forest-Glacier Park: 5 hrs. 30 mins. approx.
Flathead Forest-Glacier Park - Missoula: 4 hrs. 40 mins. approx.
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