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Webster Lake, Indiana, USA: Lake Webster Fall 2013

Webster Lake

(Indiana, USA)

774 acres

9 miles of shoreline

65 feet max. depth

853 feet above sea level

For visitors of the Northern Tourism Region of the beautiful state of Indiana, Webster Lake is a wonderful stopover to enjoy the scenery, incredible fishing and small town charm. Located in Kosciusko county, Webster Lake is well-known as a great muskie fishery and is home to the Dixie, Indiana's longest running sternwheel paddleboat. Visitors can also enjoy sailing, boating, swimming, jet skiing ... Read full review

Webster Lake, Indiana, USA: Lake Webster Fall 2013

Webster Lake

(Indiana, USA)

774 acres

9 miles of shoreline

65 feet max. depth

853 feet above sea level

For visitors of the Northern Tourism Region of the beautiful state of Indiana, Webster Lake is a wonderful stopover to enjoy the scenery, incredible fishing and small town charm. Located in Kosciusko county, Webster Lake is well-known as a great muskie fishery and is home to the Dixie, Indiana's longest running sternwheel paddleboat. Visitors can also enjoy sailing, boating, swimming, jet skiing ... Read full review

Brantley Lake, New Mexico, USA: Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Brantley Lake

(New Mexico, USA)

4,000 acres

12 miles of shoreline

3,233 feet above sea level

No place in Southeast New Mexico represents water recreation like Brantley Lake. The relatively new reservoir has a state park along its shores, complete with campground, day use area and two boat ramps. The desert surroundings of Brantley Lake State Park feature sand dunes in constantly-changing patterns and colors ranging from white to tan to reddish-brown. The dunes add a stark contrast to the ... Read full review

Arrowrock Reservoir, Idaho, USA: Arrowrock Reservoir Vista

Arrowrock Reservoir

(Idaho, USA)

3,141 acres

60 miles of shoreline

3,260 feet above sea level

One in a string of three major reservoirs built to irrigate the parched Boise Valley, Arrowrock Reservoir has contributed to water recreation in southwestern Idaho for nearly a hundred years. Arrowrock Dam was the tallest concrete arch structure in the world at 348 feet when completed in 1915, a title it held until 1924. Located at the confluence of the main channel and the south fork of the Boise ... Read full review

Lake Tarawera, North Island, New Zealand: Panoramic View of Lake Tarawera

Lake Tarawera

(North Island, New Zealand)

10,131 acres

23 miles of shoreline

287 feet max. depth

978 feet above sea level

Lake Tarawera in the Rotorua District of the Bay of Plenty Region is a highly prized vacation lake. This deep and clear volcanic lake lies in the Okataina volcanic center. Eleven miles east of the City of Rotorua, the lake occupies the Haroharo caldera with Mount Tarawera just over three miles from its eastern shore. In keeping with its volcanic origins, geothermal springs enter the lake on both ... Read full review

Lake Calhoun, Minnesota, USA: Boats at Lake Calhoun

Lake Calhoun

(Minnesota, USA)

422 acres

90 feet max. depth

Thousands of people come to Minneapolis' Chain of Lakes every year. The five beautiful lakes (Lake Harriet, Cedar Lake, Brownie Lake, Lake of the Isles and Lake Calhoun) are connected by channels and a 12-mile system of recreational paths making it the place to be for anyone that loves all the activity of a major lake park set in the backdrop of a buzzing and dynamic city. Lake Calhoun, the largest ... Read full review

Lake Khovsgol, Mongolia: Base Camp at Lake Khovsgol

Lake Khovsgol

(Mongolia)

682,008 acres

876 feet max. depth

5,397 feet above sea level

Often referred to as "The Dark Blue Pearl", Lake Khovsgol is Mongolia's largest and deepest lake. Located in the northernmost province and surrounded by wooded mountains, Lake Khuvsgul is 84 miles long, 22 wide, 860 feet deep and sits at an altitude of 5,397 feet above sea level. It is frozen from January until April or May. Lake Khovsgol is the second largest fresh water lake in Central Asia and ... Read full review

Lake Singkarak, Indonesia: Train from Padang to Lake Singkarak

Lake Singkarak

(Indonesia)

26,638 acres

32 miles of shoreline

879 feet max. depth

1,188 feet above sea level

One of West Sumatra's prettiest lakes is Lake Singkarak. Located at an elevation of nearly 1200 feet in the highlands east of Padang, Lake Singkarak's shoreline is cool and inviting after experiencing the hot and humid coast. The second-largest lake in West Sumatra after Lake Toba, the lake now provides vitally-needed electrical power to the surrounding area. Much of the outflow has been diverted ... Read full review

Lake Mweru: African Mokoro-Traditional Dug-Out Canoe

Lake Mweru

(Congo (DRC) - Zambia)

1,265,178 acres

271 miles of shoreline

89 feet max. depth

3,009 feet above sea level

Beautiful but remote describes Lake Mweru, located on the border of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (CRC). Mweru means lake in the local language. Covering 1,265,178 acres, Lake Mweru is the Congo drainage basin's second largest lake, eclipsed only by Lake Tanganyika 93 miles to the east. Although its significance to the local economy is enormous, the lake does not yet receive much tourism. ... Read full review

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