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"After a 9 hour drive from Vancouver, we started cresting the mountain pass into Banff National Park as we noticed a bright cloud in the sky.
After a little while I pulled over, turned the lights off and noticed the color in the cloud. It was not in fact a cloud... it was the Aurora Borealis!
We rushed to this spot and setup so we could watch the lights all night!"
This campspot in Lofoten was the result of a pure desire to get lost and let the adventure lead.
Portaledge camping defines living life on the edge – well technically off the edge, and can be a normal part of the outdoor experience for those in the climbing community.
Dark sky views at Lodgepole Campground is one of the reasons why it’s such a popular campspot in Sequoia National Park.