Deep in the wilderness of Northern Ontario lies the vast and serene beauty of Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Jutting out from the Sibley Peninsula off Lake Superior, just east of the city of Thunder Bay, this 24,400-hectare provincial park is home to some incredible hiking and cross-country skiing. And of course, one hell of a view.
Northern Lights and illuminated Teepee in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Why Go: Areas around pristine Lake Superior in Ontario and Northern Canada's tundra back-country are prime viewing spots. Head to the town of Whitehorse within the Yukon Territory to best see the swirling lights. Sometimes, the glowing sky can be seen as far south as the American border, but stick to Canada's vast wilderness for your front row seats.