If you love this great state and its beautiful scenery as much as us, then you are going to LOVE these incredible, jaw-dropping time lapse videos of Alaska. If you’ve ever seen the Northern Lights in person, then you know how hard it is to look away from their dance across the sky. A handful of these time lapse videos capture the aurora in action and you’ll find you’ll be just as captivated as you would be in real life.

These beautiful videos of Alaska truly show what it’s like to live in the Great Frontier. With scenes from the northern lights, our summer’s unending magic, and more, these videos invite you to experience Alaska the way a local does. Our state is absolutely stunning in every season, and these videos do a great job of proving why that is. Whether you’re in the interior, on the Aleutian Islands, or in Central or Southeastern Alaska, these are all scenes we’ve seen and know and love.

If you know of other Alaskan time-lapse videos from around the web, let us know and drop a comment below the video. We would love to see more incredible examples of Alaska’s beauty! Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, I give you Alaska!

Aren’t these time lapse videos of Alaska incredible? Which of these was your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

Have you ever seen the aurora borealis in person? Have you ever seen it in Alaska? Share your experience in the comments below! If you want to see the aurora borealis forecast in real time, make sure to head over to the Geophysical Institute’s website here.

These videos easily show the incredible natural beauty of Alaska. If you’re interested in finding the most beautiful places in Alaska to see and visit, read more about the 12 Unimaginably Beautiful Places In Alaska That You Must See Before You Die.

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What time of year can you see the northern lights in Alaska?

Once the sky gets dark enough during the winter months you’ll have the chance to spot the aurora borealis. Evening displays of this stunning natural phenomena pick up in the months of September and March, because the Earth’s tilt in relation to the sun means that the magnetic field of Earth, and the solar winds, have synced up for a spectacular light show.

Where are the best places in Alaska to see it?

The farther north you go, the better your chances are of seeing the northern lights. Both for the amount of darkness you’ll encounter, and because the nights tend to be colder and drier. You want crisp, cold conditions for viewing this beautiful light show.