My family is visiting Yellowknife next week, we did book a 3 nights tour some time ago but since we are arriving a day early, we will have a free night/day to do whatever, and I don't want to waste a night of potential aurora viewing, but also don't want to walk/taxi all over the places since we'll probably be tired from flying all day.
We'll be staying at chateau Nova and I was thinking just walking accross the street to frame lake for a quick viewing if possible, I'm assuming it'd still be frozen and accessable this time of the year? Is that a reasonable thing to do in March? I'm not concerned about quality of the show just something interesting to look at the night we are arriving. Any suggestions are welcome! Thanks