Yellowknife

 

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The capital of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife is one of the best places on earth to experience the Aurora Borealis and adventure outside of the ordinary. Explore the bountiful nature just a few minutes away and plan your nighttime aurora viewing experience as these spectacular lights can be seen for approximately 240 nights per year here. Stroll through the Old Town on the shores of Great Slave Lake and find a range of restaurants and cafes, log-cabins and galleries filled with Indigenous artwork from the region.

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Yellowknife

Weather Average

  • December - February
    -26° / -18° C
  • March - May
    -11° / 1° C
  • June - August
    11° / 21° C
  • September - November
    -4° / 3° C

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  • During the day—after the sun rises and the Aurora are impossible to see—there are countless ways to feel reinvigorated by outdoor adventure.
    During the day—after the sun rises and the Aurora are impossible to see—there are countless ways to feel reinvigorated by outdoor adventure.
    northern lights
  • A city rising above the evergreens. A lake as deep as eternity. A landscape sheathed in iron. And an energy like nowhere else in the world.
    A city rising above the evergreens. A lake as deep as eternity. A landscape sheathed in iron. And an energy like nowhere else in the world.
    ice skating

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Itineraries
Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Yellowknife, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.