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Norris Lake, Tennessee, USA: Boat Ride at Norris Lake

Norris Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

33,840 acres

809 miles of shoreline

196 feet max. depth

1,020 feet above sea level

Just 25 miles north of Knoxville, Tennessee, Norris Lake is the first reservoir created by the Tennessee Valley Authority. Named for Senator George Norris, author of the legislation that created the TVA, Norris Lake is 129 miles long and surrounded by plenty of secluded coves to explore. Extending 73 miles up the Clinch River and 56 miles up the Powell from Norris Dam, Norris Lake was filled in ... Read full review

Norris Lake, Tennessee, USA: Boat Ride at Norris Lake

Norris Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

33,840 acres

809 miles of shoreline

196 feet max. depth

1,020 feet above sea level

Just 25 miles north of Knoxville, Tennessee, Norris Lake is the first reservoir created by the Tennessee Valley Authority. Named for Senator George Norris, author of the legislation that created the TVA, Norris Lake is 129 miles long and surrounded by plenty of secluded coves to explore. Extending 73 miles up the Clinch River and 56 miles up the Powell from Norris Dam, Norris Lake was filled in ... Read full review

Loch Duich, Scotland, United Kingdom: Eilean Donan  Island & Castle

Loch Duich

(Scotland, United Kingdom)

14 miles of shoreline

377 feet max. depth

0 feet above sea level

Mysterious and romantic, beautiful Loch Duich holds a special place in the history and hearts of Scotland's West Highlands. Loch Duich featured prominently in the 1719 Battle of Glen Shiel between British government troops and an alliance of Jacobites and Spaniards, resulting in a victory for the British government forces. Eilean Donan, a small island on the loch, was one of the main strongholds ... Read full review

Boulder Lake, Wisconsin, USA: Bog Rosemary-Nicolet National Forest

Boulder Lake

(Wisconsin, USA)

370 acres

3 miles of shoreline

11 feet max. depth

1,107 feet above sea level

Boulder Lake, in Wisconsin's Lake Superior Northwoods Region, is everything nature lovers could want. Only an hour-and-a-half from either Green Bay or Wausau, Boulder Lake is one of the jewels crowning the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The million-and-a-half-acre combined national forests enclose an area of unique lakes, bogs, swamps, and hardwood and softwood forests which allow city dwellers ... Read full review

Pontoosuc Lake, Massachusetts, USA: Sailing on a September day

Pontoosuc Lake

(Massachusetts, USA)

480 acres

35 feet max. depth

1,082 feet above sea level

Pontoosuc Lake is in the heart of the Berkshires, straddling the border between the City of Pittsfield and the Town of Lanesborough in the Western region of Massachusetts Visitors have been flocking to the Berkshires since the 1800's, fleeing the dirt, noise, and heat of the city in favor of the area's gently rolling hills, lush state forests and clean, clear water. A vacation rental on Pontoosuc ... Read full review

Grindstone Lake, Wisconsin, USA: Dawn at Grindstne Lake

Grindstone Lake

(Wisconsin, USA)

3,111 acres

61 feet max. depth

1,287 feet above sea level

Named for the Chippewa word "gajigwanabikokag" meaning grindstone, Grindstone Lake has beautiful, clean water and some exceptionally large fish. Near Hayward and the Town of Bass in Sawyer County Wisconsin, Grindstone Lake is part of the Hayward Lakes that includes Lac Court Oreilles, Round Lake, and nearby Lake Chippewa. With over 50,000 acres of water, the recreation opportunities in Sawyer County ... Read full review

West Hill Lake, Connecticut, USA: Water View

West Hill Lake

(Connecticut, USA)

261 acres

3 miles of shoreline

63 feet max. depth

935 feet above sea level

West Hill Lake, in Connecticut's Litchfield Hills Region, is the quintessential New England lake. Perhaps more commonly called West Hill Pond, West Hill Lake has stood sentinel over centuries of change in the Connecticut hills. These Connecticut woods and waterways were the home of the Pequot for likely a thousand years before the arrival of European settlers. Artifacts are quite often found in the ... Read full review

Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada: Yellowknife Panoramic

Great Slave Lake

(Northwest Territories, Canada)

6,721,280 acres

1,900 miles of shoreline

2,010 feet max. depth

510 feet above sea level

Great Slave Lake is the fifth-largest lake (by acreage) in North America and, following Great Bear Lake, is the second-largest in Canada. A natural lake, it is located in south-central Northwest Territories (NWT). Located just south of the Arctic Circle, Great Slave Lake is frozen about five and a half months out of the year. With an area of nearly 7 million acres and more islands than can be named, ... Read full review

Lake Todos los Santos, Chile: Osorno Volcano from Petrohue River

Lake Todos los Santos

(Chile)

42,873 acres

78 miles of shoreline

1,106 feet max. depth

620 feet above sea level

One of the crown jewels in Chile's glittering Lake District is Lake Todos los Santos. This huge, nearly 43,000-acre lake, although off the beaten path, is one of the primary destinations for tourists in Chilean Patagonia. Part of an old water route across the Andes into Argentina, Lake Todos los Santos has been visited by European travelers since the missions of the Jesuit and Franciscan monks beginning ... Read full review

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