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Lake Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand: Boat View of Lake Te Anau

Lake Te Anau

(South Island, New Zealand)

86,981 acres

323 miles of shoreline

906 feet max. depth

663 feet above sea level

Lake Te Anau, located in the southwestern corner of South Island in New Zealand, is situated with rolling hillside country on the eastern side and magnificent mountains with wilderness forests on the western side. Also stretching out from the western shores are three fiords (long, narrow inlets that were carved by glacial activity typically with steep sides) which resemble three arms called North ... Read full review

Lake Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand: Boat View of Lake Te Anau

Lake Te Anau

(South Island, New Zealand)

86,981 acres

323 miles of shoreline

906 feet max. depth

663 feet above sea level

Lake Te Anau, located in the southwestern corner of South Island in New Zealand, is situated with rolling hillside country on the eastern side and magnificent mountains with wilderness forests on the western side. Also stretching out from the western shores are three fiords (long, narrow inlets that were carved by glacial activity typically with steep sides) which resemble three arms called North ... Read full review

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, Texas, USA: Docks on Lake LBJ

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson

(Texas, USA)

6,449 acres

200 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

825 feet above sea level

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, also called Lake LBJ, is a 6,449 acre lake located in Llano and Burnet counties of the Texas Hill Country. The third of seven lakes in the Highland Lakes chain, the lake is about 45 miles northwest of Austin. Lake LBJ was created in 1951 by the building of Wirtz Dam at the convergence of the Llano and Colorado Rivers, which meet at the northern portion of the lake. Originally ... Read full review

Swanzey Lake, New Hampshire, USA: Thompson Covered Bridge

Swanzey Lake

(New Hampshire, USA)

108 acres

3 miles of shoreline

50 feet max. depth

541 feet above sea level

One of the unsung gems of New Hampshire's Monadnock region, little Swanzey Lake is well-loved by those lucky enough to live along its shoreline. The lake was created from a natural, spring-fed pool by damming the outlet of Swanzey Pond in the late 1700s. A succession of small mills utilized its water power over many years, helping the Town of Swanzey to grow into a thriving residential community. ... Read full review

Llyn Brianne Reservoir, Wales, United Kingdom: Dam at Llyn Brianne Reservoir

Llyn Brianne Reservoir

(Wales, United Kingdom)

530 acres

278 feet max. depth

908 feet above sea level

The Llyn Brianne Reservoir is a beautiful 530-acre (2.1 square kilometer) body of water nestled in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid-Wales. Created in 1972 by damming a section of the River Towy, the reservoir's purpose is to store winter rain and snowmelt that can be released into the river during dry periods. The River Towy supplies a large part of south Wales with drinking water and would be in danger ... Read full review

Lake Erie: Lake Erie's Winter Ice

Lake Erie

(Ontario, Canada - Great Lakes - New York, USA - Pennsylvania, USA - Michigan, USA - Ohio, USA)

6,261,500 acres

871 miles of shoreline

210 feet max. depth

569 feet above sea level

Lake Erie, one of the Great Lakes of North America, straddles the borders of Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan, and the Canadian province of Ontario. The lake is named after the Native American tribe that inhabited its shores before being killed off by the Iroquois League for aiding their enemy, the Hurons. In relation to the other four Great Lakes, Lake Erie is the fourth largest in surface ... Read full review

Lake Nuangola, Pennsylvania, USA: Nuangola Lake Shoreline

Lake Nuangola

(Pennsylvania, USA)

103 acres

3 miles of shoreline

29 feet max. depth

1,165 feet above sea level

Lake Nuangola, also known as Nuangola Lake, is located in Luzerne County in the Northeastern Mountain Region of Pennsylvania. At just over 1165 feet in elevation, this heart-shaped lake is named for the borough (Nuangola) in which it resides. The name Nuangola derives from an Algonquin language spoken by Native Americans. One legend is that a Native American maiden named Nuangola drowned in the lake, ... Read full review

Canadohta Lake, Pennsylvania, USA: Early morning kayaking @ Canadohta

Canadohta Lake

(Pennsylvania, USA)

168 acres

3 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

1,391 feet above sea level

Canadohta Lake is one of the largest natural lakes in Pennsylvania. Its tree-lined shores and spring-fed waters are located in the Keystone State's Great Lakes tourism region. This sportsman's paradise is famous for its year-round fishing and the tournaments it hosts, in particular the ice fishing tournament held every February. Native Americans once camped along the shores of 168-acre Canadohta ... Read full review

Lake Kalamalka, British Columbia, Canada: Panoramic View of Lake Kalamalka

Lake Kalamalka

(British Columbia, Canada)

6,400 acres

22 miles of shoreline

466 feet max. depth

1,290 feet above sea level

Sitting at the edge of the cliff, he watches the water swirl in ribbons of color from pale blue-green to indigo. Overhead, the sunset turns the sky lavender, salmon, and orange, exploding with color where the sky meets the water. Known as the "Lake of Many Colors," Kalamalka Lake in south-central British Columbia promises breathtaking scenery. According to the National Geographic Society, which named ... Read full review

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