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Lac de Tignes, Rhone-Alps, France: Sailing at Lac de Tignes

Lac de Tignes

(Rhone-Alps, France)

61 acres

Nestled snugly within the Parc National de la Vanoise in France's Rhone Alps tourism region, Lac de Tignes is a small glassy lake known for its surreal reflections, dramatic mountain landscapes and cold sparkling waters - not to mention its world class skiing. The area is divided into five bases with ski lifts: Le Lac, Le Lavachet and Val Claret are the main three, followed by Les Boisses and Les ... Read full review

Lac de Tignes, Rhone-Alps, France: Sailing at Lac de Tignes

Lac de Tignes

(Rhone-Alps, France)

61 acres

Nestled snugly within the Parc National de la Vanoise in France's Rhone Alps tourism region, Lac de Tignes is a small glassy lake known for its surreal reflections, dramatic mountain landscapes and cold sparkling waters - not to mention its world class skiing. The area is divided into five bases with ski lifts: Le Lac, Le Lavachet and Val Claret are the main three, followed by Les Boisses and Les ... Read full review

Suchitlan Lake, El Salvador: Suchitlan Lake Boating

Suchitlan Lake

(El Salvador)

33,359 acres

100 miles of shoreline

778 feet above sea level

The largest lake in El Salvador, Suchitlan Lake is one of the main attractions visitors want to see. Located about an hour north of San Salvador, the lake's famous boat tours carry visitors slowly past a series of islands that are noted for the huge numbers of birds that congregate there. Many species of water birds migrate to the lake, and it holds the largest numbers of ducks in El Salvador. Egrets, ... Read full review

Capilano Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Capilano Totem Poles

Capilano Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

670 acres

7 miles of shoreline

520 feet above sea level

One of the most beautiful lakes in British Columbia is uninhabited Capilano Lake. The reservoir was created when Cleveland Dam was built across the Capilano River in 1954 just outside North Vancouver. The lake provides about 40% of the North Vancouver area's drinking water, so the lake and the immediate watershed are not open to the public except for a small picnic area near the dam. This doesn't ... Read full review

Pelican Lake-St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA: Dusk at Pelican Lake near the Town of Orr

Pelican Lake-St. Louis County

(Minnesota, USA)

10,945 acres

54 miles of shoreline

38 feet max. depth

1,288 feet above sea level

Pelican Lake lies adjacent to the small town of Orr in St. Louis County, Minnesota. Pelican Lake has 54 miles of shoreline and is peppered with 53 islands. [There are more than 10 Pelican Lakes in Minnesota; this one is the largest.] Pelican Lake's shoreline is extensively developed with homes, cottages, and resorts. Pelican Lake is a relatively shallow lake: maximum depth is 38 feet, and 5,789 ... Read full review

Lake Tappan: Shoreline at Tappan Lake

Lake Tappan

(New Jersey, USA - New York, USA)

1,255 acres

43 feet max. depth

44 feet above sea level

Lake Tappan is one of a series of reservoirs that was created to deliver drinking water to the huge population of the New York City metro area. The lake contains about 1250 acres of water, and nearly 12 million gallons are released daily to the downstream Oradell Reservoir. It straddles the border of New Jersey and New York. The water level is controlled by United Water, a privately owned Utility ... Read full review

Lake Minnewaska, New York, USA: Lake Minnewaska Serenity

Lake Minnewaska

(New York, USA)

36 acres

2 miles of shoreline

72 feet max. depth

1,651 feet above sea level

An unusual world nestles atop the Shawangunk Mountain ridge in New York's Catskills region, and Lake Minnewaska is a vital part of that rare world. The small, 36-acre lake lies between steep cliff walls near the top of the ridge, its waters held in the basin by bedrock and a small manmade dam across the outlet. The lake existed before humans appeared to tame the Catskills; the dam was added later ... Read full review

Big Trout Lake, Minnesota, USA: Jet Ski at Big Trout Lake

Big Trout Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

1,363 acres

9 miles of shoreline

128 feet max. depth

1,230 feet above sea level

One of the prettiest places to watch the sun rise in Central Minnesota is Big Trout Lake. This popular lake on the Whitefish Chain of Lakes is wonderfully clear and deep, lined with trees and home to many lovely lake homes. Other lakes on the chain have more public access and are more crowded. Big Trout Lake is at the end of the chain, connected only to Lower Whitefish Lake by a short channel. This ... Read full review

Two Medicine Lake, Montana, USA: Running Eagle Falls Near Two Medicine Lake

Two Medicine Lake

(Montana, USA)

400 acres

6 miles of shoreline

5,164 feet above sea level

Two Medicine Lake, on Glacier National Park's southeast side, is one of three popular lakes close together and sharing the Two Medicine name. The middle lake, usually referred to as Two Medicine Lake, is the site of a popular campground and a ranger Station. The Two Medicine area was one of the most visited parts of the park until Going To The Sun Road was constructed in 1932. A hint of that early ... Read full review

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