They're real and they're spectacular.
This is Mount Thor on Baffin Island in Nunavut
It has the world's highest vertical drop
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That's 1,250 metres, straight down. The CN Tower is 553 metres tall
This is Abraham Lake in Alberta
The artificially created body of water looks pretty unreal in the summer...
... But in the winter it looks like this
Because a lake of ice bubbles is a real thing
This is the Manicouagan crater in Quebec
It's around 215 million years old and holds the title for largest visible impact crater on Earth
The massive Daniel-Johnson Dam turns the crater into an enormous reservoir
That is easily seen from space
But it's far from the only crazy Canadian impact site
This is Pingualuit crater in Quebec
It's around 3.5 kilometres in diameter...
... And 1.4 million years old. That's a toddler in crater years
It also looks pretty crazy from space
These are pingos in the Northwest Territories
The mounds are actually massive hunks of ice covered in earth
When they melt they look like this
This is the Sleeping Giant in Ontario
And this is what it looks like from a helicopter
This is the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
It has the highest tidal range in the world
The difference between low and high tide can be as much as 16 metres. That's roughly the height of a five-storey building
This is Nahanni National Park in the N.W.T.
It's basically "The Land Before Time"
Mixed with the "Lord of the Rings"
Virginia Falls in Nahanni is roughly twice as high as Niagara Falls
This is Spotted Lake in B.C.
Mineral concentrations cause the crazy colours
This is the sky in Saskatchewan
Sometimes it looks scary
Other times it's stunningly beautiful
There's a reason they call it the "Land of the Living Skies"
This is the Western Brook Pond in Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland & Labrador
No, this is not Iceland
This is a glacial cave in Jasper National Park in Alberta
And this one is in the Pemberton Ice Fields in B.C.
This cave is on Devon Island in Nunavut
It's actually a channel inside a melting glacier
And there's lots of melting to go around...
Which is an important reminder that not all of Canada's natural wonders will last forever. See them now before they're gone
We know we missed many, many surreal spots in Canada. Tell us your favourite ones in the comments.
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