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Rangeley Lake, Maine, USA: Dusk at Rangeley Lake

Rangeley Lake

(Maine, USA)

6,000 acres

149 feet max. depth

1,518 feet above sea level

Rangeley Lake is part of the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine. The lake covers about 6,000 acres at an elevation of 1,518 feet. Its maximum depth is about 149 feet with an average depth of about 95 feet. Rangeley Lake is a major headwater lake of the Androscoggin watershed. Rangeley Lake and the surrounding area is a four season destination. In the spring, anglers head to the lake in ... Read full review

Rangeley Lake, Maine, USA: Dusk at Rangeley Lake

Rangeley Lake

(Maine, USA)

6,000 acres

149 feet max. depth

1,518 feet above sea level

Rangeley Lake is part of the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine. The lake covers about 6,000 acres at an elevation of 1,518 feet. Its maximum depth is about 149 feet with an average depth of about 95 feet. Rangeley Lake is a major headwater lake of the Androscoggin watershed. Rangeley Lake and the surrounding area is a four season destination. In the spring, anglers head to the lake in ... Read full review

Peyto Lake, Alberta, Canada: Peyto Lake with Canadian Rockies Reflection

Peyto Lake

(Alberta, Canada)

346 acres

5 miles of shoreline

144 feet max. depth

6,100 feet above sea level

Banff National Park in Alberta province is the birthplace of the Canadian national park system (1885), and Peyto Lake is one of the small, spectacularly beautiful, glacial lakes snuggled within the Park. The Canadian Rockies frame 346-acre Peyto Lake, renowned for its brilliant emerald-turquoise colored water. The lake was named after William "Wild Bill" Peyto, a pioneer guide and one of the Park's ... Read full review

Round Lake, Ontario, Canada: Sign of  the Bonnechere Provincial Park near Round Lake

Round Lake

(Ontario, Canada)

7,596 acres

19 miles of shoreline

180 feet max. depth

996 feet above sea level

Round Lake is a spectacular 7,596-acre lake located in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. Renfrew County is part of the Ottawa Valley which was carved by glaciers some 600 million years ago. Today, Renfrew County sits in the midst of stunning wilderness and gorgeous landscapes. Two provincial parks on Round Lake plus mile after mile of natural splendor make this rural lake a great place to get away ... Read full review

Mason Lake, Washington, USA: Mason Lake Sunset

Mason Lake

(Washington, USA)

1,000 acres

11 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

194 feet above sea level

Mason Lake is a natural freshwater lake with an elongated shape located in Mason County, part of Washington state's Olympic Peninsula tourism region. Mason Lake is the largest and deepest lake in Mason County, which boasts a total of 118 lakes. With its steep, rocky shoreline, Mason Lake is a favorite fishing location for largemouth bass, yellow perch, rock bass, and cutthroat trout. Coho salmon ... Read full review

Lake Havasu: Sunset Over Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu

(Arizona, USA - California, USA)

20,400 acres

450 miles of shoreline

75 feet max. depth

445 feet above sea level

Lake Havasu's 20,400 acres, formed behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River, is a boating paradise. Around Lake Havasu City, the most recognizable sight is the London Bridge, completely moved from Great Britain to this unlikely location. Robert McCulloch (of McCulloch chainsaw fame) bought the bridge and is the founder of Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Lake Havasu is quite well known for its recreational ... Read full review

Lake Pinatubo, Philippines: Mt. Pinatubo Crater Panoramic

Lake Pinatubo

(Philippines)

452 acres

2,625 feet max. depth

2,953 feet above sea level

Lake Pinatubo was created in the aftermath of the second largest volcanic eruption in the 20th century. Located in the crater of Mount Pinatubo in the Tarlac province of central Luzon, Philippines, the rainfall-fed lake has become a tourism destination in its own right and the deepest lake in the country. The eruption in 1991 was the first recorded in 500 years for the mountain. Even though residents ... Read full review

Lake Vanern: Dock and Boats at Lake Vanern

Lake Vanern

(Dalsland, Sweden - Vastergotland, Sweden - Varmland, Sweden)

1,396,146 acres

337 miles of shoreline

348 feet max. depth

145 feet above sea level

Swimming, sailing, pleasure cruises - Lake Vanern has them all. This ancient lake is the largest lake in Sweden and the third largest in Europe, spanning almost 1,400,000 acres. Formed when the last ice age retreated, the lake has existed since about 5600 B.C. Originally, the lake covered Sweden completely, finally retreating to near its current size as the earth rebounded from the weight of the ice. ... Read full review

Crystal Lake, Connecticut, USA: Fall on Crystal Lake

Crystal Lake

(Connecticut, USA)

200 acres

50 feet max. depth

Crystal Lake lies in Connecticut's River Valley. A dynamic region of cities and countryside, visitors may experience a fusion of entertainment, culture, history, and the breathtaking beauty of New England geography. Crystal Lake lies between the semi-rural towns of Ellington and Stafford, close to the dynamic Shenipsit State Forest. The first white settlers in the region called the lake Square ... Read full review

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