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Catch a glimpse of aurora borealis from this great viewing spot in Saskatoon.
Of all the places to catch a glimpse of aurora borealis, Saskatoon may well be the most beautiful—the glassy surface of the South Saskatchewan River acts as a perfect mirror for the ethereal glow that streaks the sky. There’s no way to predict when the collision of solar wind and magnetospheric charge particles will collide on any given summer night, but take a late-night stroll along the buzzy Riverwalk Promenade and you’ll be in the ideal spot to catch nature’s greatest light show.