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Lake Geneva: Geneva, Switzerland Panoramic

Lake Geneva

(Rhone-Alps, France - Geneva, Switzerland - Valais, Switzerland - Vaud, Switzerland)

144,000 acres

104 miles of shoreline

1,017 feet max. depth

1,220 feet above sea level

Shaped like a crescent moon, Lake Geneva is cradled in the Alps Mountain Range with two-thirds of its 104 shoreline miles in Switzerland and the other third in France. Lake Geneva is known as Lac Leman in France. Flanked by the majestic Matterhorn, possibly the most famous peak in the Alps, the largest freshwater lake in Western Europe is postcard-picturesque. Because the crescent-shaped lake narrows ... Read full review

Lake Geneva: Geneva, Switzerland Panoramic

Lake Geneva

(Rhone-Alps, France - Geneva, Switzerland - Valais, Switzerland - Vaud, Switzerland)

144,000 acres

104 miles of shoreline

1,017 feet max. depth

1,220 feet above sea level

Shaped like a crescent moon, Lake Geneva is cradled in the Alps Mountain Range with two-thirds of its 104 shoreline miles in Switzerland and the other third in France. Lake Geneva is known as Lac Leman in France. Flanked by the majestic Matterhorn, possibly the most famous peak in the Alps, the largest freshwater lake in Western Europe is postcard-picturesque. Because the crescent-shaped lake narrows ... Read full review

Lake Elmore, Vermont, USA: Sign at Lake Elmore

Lake Elmore

(Vermont, USA)

219 acres

3 miles of shoreline

17 feet max. depth

1,142 feet above sea level

The local slogan, "Beauty Spot of Vermont," suits Lake Elmore to a 'T'. This lovely lake nestles beneath Mt. Elmore in the Stowe/Smugglers' Notch region of Vermont, drawing nature lovers like a magnet. The area is best known as a premier ski area but the many lakes, ponds, villages, hiking and cycling trails and quaint country inns now draw visitors year round. The peaceful little lake has a long ... Read full review

Twin Lakes, Indonesia: Nepenthes talangensis (Pitcher Plant)

Twin Lakes

(Indonesia)

3,038 acres

12 miles of shoreline

144 feet max. depth

5,023 feet above sea level

West Sumatra's Twin Lakes is one of the lesser-known tourism locations in Indonesia. Those who think that Indonesian vacations mean hot, steamy weather will find the Twin Lakes a cool and refreshing treat. The two lakes, formally named Lake Diatas and Lake Dibawah, are located at a high enough elevation to assure much cooler temperatures and a more pleasing environment for Westerners unaccustomed ... Read full review

Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin, USA: Fireworks at Lake Nebagamon

Lake Nebagamon

(Wisconsin, USA)

914 acres

11 miles of shoreline

56 feet max. depth

1,109 feet above sea level

Tucked away in the Northwoods region of Wisconsin's Douglas County, 914-acre Lake Nebagamon offers residents and visitors almost limitless recreational opportunities. With its sparkling, well-stocked waters and the surrounding community's many amenities, Lake Nebagamon is the perfect home or home away from home. Just 30 miles southeast of Superior, Wisconsin and Duluth, Minnesota, Lake Nebagamon ... Read full review

Lake Cochituate, Massachusetts, USA: Lake Cochituate in Winter

Lake Cochituate

(Massachusetts, USA)

614 acres

12 miles of shoreline

69 feet max. depth

154 feet above sea level

Lake Cochituate in the Greater Boston region of Massachusetts is a popular recreational lake just a short distance from the city. The lake, less than 20 miles from Boston Harbor, is made up of three connected ponds that for nearly 100 years provided water to the city. Now retired to recreational lake status, the old reservoir has settled into a life of leisure, providing recreational activities to ... Read full review

Lake Cushman, Washington, USA: Panoramic View at Lake Cushman

Lake Cushman

(Washington, USA)

4,010 acres

23 miles of shoreline

260 feet max. depth

738 feet above sea level

Nestled in the foothills of the majestic Olympic Mountains, Lake Cushman is known for its clear, blue water and alpine beauty. With 23 miles of shoreline, visitors can enjoy all kinds of outdoor recreation fun at this 4,000-acre lake including fishing, boating, water skiing, swimming, canoeing, bird watching and even scuba diving. In addition to the Olympic National Forest, Lake Cushman is surrounded ... Read full review

Lake Eyre, South Australia, Australia: Eastern Great Egret at Lake Eyre

Lake Eyre

(South Australia, Australia)

2,394,451 acres

Lake Eyre is the largest lake in Australia and the world's saltiest lake. Located in South Australia, Lake Eyre draws tourists due to its unusual patterns of water capacity. The salty lake is usually completely dry and void of water, leaving behind a dry desert-like basin that is filled with salt. Discovered in 1839 by Edward John Eyre, a pioneer and sheep herder, Lake Eyre was believed to always ... Read full review

Huntington Lake, California, USA: Aerial View of a Frozen Huntington Lake

Huntington Lake

(California, USA)

1,435 acres

14 miles of shoreline

128 feet max. depth

6,950 feet above sea level

Huntington Lake is located high in the Sierra Mountain Range, just below the Alpine level, at 6,950 feet. The lake covers 1,435 acres and extends 4 miles long and 1/2 mile wide. With 14 miles of shoreline, Huntington Lake offers abundant year-round activities. Hiking, camping, cycling, horseback riding, backpacking, water sports, and sailing are popular during warmer months. And when the snow starts ... Read full review

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