Hidden Gems of Canada: 12 Awesome Canadian Attractions You’ve Never Heard Of
Yes, Canada plays host to a desert—albeit the world's smallest. The dry climate and fierce winds of the Yukon have resulted in the creation of 540 acres of sand dunes in a region that was once the bottom of a large glacial lake. Today, the Carcross Desert's dunes stretch to the shores of beautiful Bennett Lake, where beach-goers can sunbathe on its fine white sand.
For one adventurous Our Canada traveller, the contrast between the Carcoss Desert and Emerald Lake is the best part of the Yukon.© Photo: Darren Roberts Photography