Yukon Sundogs and Snowmobiling
What could be more iconic in the Great Canadian Wilderness than to spend a brisk February day exploring by snowmobile? After all, I’m proud to say that the snowmobile was invented by a Canadian!
On my last visit back to my former home in the Yukon Territory, I thoroughly enjoyed snowmobiling in the Carcross Desert – the world’s smallest desert. With a tripod and self-timer, I took this photo of me on the top of a dune, under a sundog, with the beautiful vista of the mountains surrounding historical Lake Bennett of the 1898 Gold Rush fame. Winter in Canada is another season to enjoy favorite activities like snowmobiling. Visit the Great Canadian Wilderness and try it for yourself.