We are planning a trip to Yellowknife on Sept 22,2014 for about a week, chasing the northern light is the main reason. We stayed 5days in Iceland last October and it was too cloudy so unfortunately we did not see any aurora. Snow activities are not our interest, we prefer scenery fall colors, as most reviews recommend Ingraham Trail. But the reviews show that Jan to Mar is the perfect timing, pls advise should we cancel the Sept holiday and go in Mar 2015 instead ? Worry that the aurora activity will slow down as my friend said that NL is most active in 2012~ 2013.
Is it possible to see the NL and enjoy the lovely fall season at the same time in YK ?
Thanks in advance for your advice.