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Dworshak Reservoir, Idaho, USA: Impressive Dam View at Dworshak Reservoir

Dworshak Reservoir

(Idaho, USA)

19,824 acres

183 miles of shoreline

650 feet max. depth

1,480 feet above sea level

Dworshak Reservoir is an excellent outdoor recreation site with a great water playground of over 19,000 acres. Located in northern Idaho near the town of Orofino, it extends into the Bitterroot Mountains for beautiful scenic vistas. While log handling facilities exist today, Dworshak Reservoir is primarily used for recreational tourism, wildlife mitigation and wildlife habitat. Its very diverse outdoor ... Read full review

Dworshak Reservoir, Idaho, USA: Impressive Dam View at Dworshak Reservoir

Dworshak Reservoir

(Idaho, USA)

19,824 acres

183 miles of shoreline

650 feet max. depth

1,480 feet above sea level

Dworshak Reservoir is an excellent outdoor recreation site with a great water playground of over 19,000 acres. Located in northern Idaho near the town of Orofino, it extends into the Bitterroot Mountains for beautiful scenic vistas. While log handling facilities exist today, Dworshak Reservoir is primarily used for recreational tourism, wildlife mitigation and wildlife habitat. Its very diverse outdoor ... Read full review

Green Lake, Styria, Austria: Mountain Reflections at Gruner See

Green Lake

(Styria, Austria)

1 miles of shoreline

40 feet max. depth

2,500 feet above sea level

Exquisite yet fleeting are the words that describe Austria's Green Lake. The tiny lake, ringed by pines and reflecting the massive Hochschwab Mountains, exists for only a few short months a year. A shallow pond within a park-like setting for most of the year, it becomes a stunning and picturesque study in green water from May through July. The dry lakebed is a lush meadow for most of the year, a county ... Read full review

Sun Lakes, Washington, USA: Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park

Sun Lakes

(Washington, USA)

246 acres

6 miles of shoreline

85 feet max. depth

1,096 feet above sea level

All kinds of recreation await visitors to Sun Lakes in Washington's North Central region. These mostly natural lakes all share a common origin, having formed in the ancient river gorge of the Columbia River. Scientists believe the Grand Coulee Gorge was cut through the surrounding plateau by the rupture of the ice dam holding back huge glacial Lake Missoula about 20,000 years ago. The massive flow ... Read full review

Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, USA: Sailboat on Conneaut Lake

Conneaut Lake

(Pennsylvania, USA)

947 acres

60 feet max. depth

1,080 feet above sea level

Conneaut Lake, located in northwestern Pennsylvania, is the largest natural lake in Pennsylvania. Formed by receding glaciers, Conneaut Lake is what remained when left-behind ice blocks melted during the Pleistocene Era. The resulting Conneaut Lake is about 947 acres, with a maximum depth of 60 feet, although the lake averages about 19 feet overall. Conneaut Lake sees many visitors arriving to ... Read full review

Lake Heritage, Pennsylvania, USA: Lake Heritage Winter Landscape

Lake Heritage

(Pennsylvania, USA)

154 acres

5 miles of shoreline

461 feet above sea level

One of Pennsylvania Dutch Country's best residential neighborhoods is Lake Heritage, a gated community built around the shores of a 154-acre, private lake. Swimming, boating, fishing and water sports dominate the activities in the community. Only a couple of miles from historic Gettysburg, Lake Heritage is the perfect address for anyone who enjoys the water yet wants to be near town. Lake Heritage ... Read full review

Keechelus Lake, Washington, USA: Keechelus Lake - 06.04.16

Keechelus Lake

(Washington, USA)

2,560 acres

2,510 feet above sea level

It is a picture postcard - snow capped mountains mirrored back in clean, clear, mountain water. Set against the backdrop of Washington's Cascade Mountains, Keechelus Lake is a picture come to life. With 2,560 acres of water to fish, boat or explore, Lake Keechelus has more than enough room for everyone. Add trails for hiking, biking and cross country skiing along with down hill ski slopes moments ... Read full review

Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA: Sunset at Lake Minnetonka

Lake Minnetonka

(Minnesota, USA)

14,043 acres

110 miles of shoreline

113 feet max. depth

930 feet above sea level

Lake Minnetonka's 14,000 acres contain many bays and coves, resembling a collection of smaller lakes. "Minnetonka" comes from the Sioux language meaning "big waters." Many Native Americans, including the Dakota, Sioux, Ojibwa, Cheyenne, and Iowa tribes, lived in the Minnetonka area in previous centuries. In fact, the area around the lake was considered sacred by the Native Americans and was used as ... Read full review

Viedma Lake, Santa Cruz, Argentina: Viedma Lake Rocky Shoreline

Viedma Lake

(Santa Cruz, Argentina)

268,851 acres

125 miles of shoreline

997 feet max. depth

820 feet above sea level

One of the most spectacular destinations in the Patagonia region of Argentina is Viedma Lake. Locally known as Lago Viedma, this massive lake is formed by the Viedma glacier in Glaciers National Park. With an estimated surface area of nearly 270,000 acres, Viedma Lake is one of the largest glacially-formed lake in the region*. The lake is named after the Spanish explorer Antonio de Viedma, the first ... Read full review

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