Arctic Canada

Arctic Canada in November

November weather & where to go

As the winter draws in and the “Big Freeze” commences, polar bears can be seen hunting for seals as they break through the gaps in the ice to gasp for air. This is an excellent opportunity to see a variety of behaviour from the polar bears, doing what they do best. Churchill is the best place to see these magnificent creatures and our teams will ensure you are in the right places at the right time to make the most of this awe-inspiring experience.

Temperatures will be back down around -10°C to -20°C but you are likely to be seated in your heated tundra vehicles for the majority of time when watching the bears. 

When out and about it is important you are well covered up as frostbite is possible due to stronger winds and bitterly cold temperatures.

November also sees the start of the best Northern Lights season (generally running from November-March) and Arctic Canada is one of the top three places on earth to view this amazing natural phenomenon.

Winter sports also regain popularity during November and you have the opportunity to take part in walking tours (to minimise environmental impact) around Dymond Lake Lodge.

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