We’re at Emerald Lake in Yukon. Where’s that?
Emerald Lake is found in southern Yukon, and its green hues are the result of light reflecting off white deposits made from a mixture of clay and calcium carbonate, on the bottom of the lake. Yukon is a vast wilderness in northwest Canada, with a population of only around 44,000 residents (about twice the seating capacity of Madison Square Garden).
The correct answer is Canada.