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14 Surreal Places In The Canadian Arctic You Won't Believe Really Exist

The Canadian Arctic is often overlooked as a valid travel destination. People assume that the Arctic has nothing to offer other than ice and snow because it's located in the north. But in actuality, it is one of the most physiographically diverse areas in the country. From glorious mountain ranges and crystal blue lakes, to lush green meadows and sand deserts, Canada's northern territories are arguably one of the most gorgeous places in the world.

READ ALSO: 13 Surreal Places Every Canadian Needs to Visit In Each Province And Territory

If you're a travel enthusiast, you definitely need to visit Canada's north at least once in your life. Here are 14 surreal places in the Canadian Arctic to get you excited about the north:

Emerald Lake

Yukon

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Dempster Highway

Yukon

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Tombstone Mountains

Yukon

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Midnight Dome

Yukon

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Kluane National Park

Yukon

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Bove Island

Yukon

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Carcross Desert

Yukon

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Nahanni National Park

Northwest Territories

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Virginia Falls

Northwest Territories

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 Fairy Meadows

Northwest Territories

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Mount Thor

Nunavut

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Auyuittuq National Park

Nunavut

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