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New Bullards Bar Reservoir, California, USA: Beauty of Bullards

New Bullards Bar Reservoir

(California, USA)

4,700 acres

55 miles of shoreline

New Bullards Bar Reservoir is located on the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Yuba County, California, surrounded by the Tahoe and Plumas National Forests. This 4700-acre lake was created by the Yuba County Water Agency by impounding the North Fork of the Yuba River for flood control, irrigation water storage, hydroelectric power generation, and recreation. Construction of the 635-foot ... Read full review

New Bullards Bar Reservoir, California, USA: Beauty of Bullards

New Bullards Bar Reservoir

(California, USA)

4,700 acres

55 miles of shoreline

New Bullards Bar Reservoir is located on the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Yuba County, California, surrounded by the Tahoe and Plumas National Forests. This 4700-acre lake was created by the Yuba County Water Agency by impounding the North Fork of the Yuba River for flood control, irrigation water storage, hydroelectric power generation, and recreation. Construction of the 635-foot ... Read full review

Lake McKenzie, Queensland, Australia: Shore View of Lake McKenzie

Lake McKenzie

(Queensland, Australia)

321 acres

3 miles of shoreline

16 feet max. depth

328 feet above sea level

Located on Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia, Lake McKenzie's crystal clear water and sparkling white sand combine to rank this lake among the most beautiful beaches in the world. Fraser Island's beauty continues through the display of numerous lakes, complex dune systems, multi-colored sand cliffs and towering rain forests. Attracting approximately 400,000 visitors a year, Fraser ... Read full review

Belews Lake, North Carolina, USA: Kayaking at Belews Creek Lake

Belews Lake

(North Carolina, USA)

3,864 acres

88 miles of shoreline

130 feet max. depth

725 feet above sea level

Belews Lake is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful north central North Carolina. The lake straddles Stokes, Forsyth and Rockingham counties and is surrounded by the towns of Walnut Cove, Belews Creek, Stokesdale and Pine Hall. Forests, waterfalls and mountain streams are abundant in the surrounding area, and Hanging Rock State Park is 15 miles to the northwest. A ... Read full review

Hallstatter See, Upper Austria, Austria: Scenic View of Hallstatter See

Hallstatter See

(Upper Austria, Austria)

2,120 acres

13 miles of shoreline

410 feet max. depth

1,667 feet above sea level

Lake Hallstatter (Hallstatter See or Hallstattersee in German) is one of the best known lakes in Austria's Salzkammergut resort area. A popular lake for scuba diving, scenic cruises and fishing, the surrounding mountains and alpine meadows also offer a variety of outdoor experiences including Nordic walking, hiking, cycling and paragliding. Hallstattersee is found in the Austrian state of Oberosterreich ... Read full review

Lake Clark, Alaska, USA: Salmon at Lake Clark

Lake Clark

(Alaska, USA)

76,892 acres

1,056 feet max. depth

253 feet above sea level

Lake Clark is located about 150 miles southwest of Anchorage in southern Alaska. The lake spans 128 square miles, making it the seventh* largest freshwater lake in the state. The lake is part of the 4 million acre Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. This park is often referred to as the "essence of Alaska" because it contains many of the geographical features found in Alaska as a whole, including ... Read full review

Lake Kaniere, South Island, New Zealand: Dorothy Falls at Lake Kaniere

Lake Kaniere

(South Island, New Zealand)

5,436 acres

12 miles of shoreline

640 feet max. depth

280 feet above sea level

At 5,436 acres, Lake Kaniere is the second largest lake among the West Coast lakes of the South Island of New Zealand. With 12 miles of shoreline and water as deep as 640 feet, Lake Kaniere drains into the Tasman Sea via the Hokitika River and Kaniere River where there is a small hydroelectric station. The West Coast Region, which is known for its beautiful vistas, is rugged with some coastal plains ... Read full review

Frisian Lakes, Friesland, Netherlands: Friesland Sailing Regatta

Frisian Lakes

(Friesland, Netherlands)

-10 feet above sea level

Sailors the world over have heard of the Frisian Lakes. The most famous of these is the Sneekermeer. This group of about 30 lakes are man-made, the result of peat harvesting in the lowlands of Friesland (now officially named Fryslan) in the northwestern corner of the Netherlands. Much of the land has been below sea level or near sea level since the last glacier disappeared. Originally a land of wooded ... Read full review

Whitefish Lake, Wisconsin, USA: Whitefish Lake Early Light

Whitefish Lake

(Wisconsin, USA)

786 acres

8 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

1,286 feet above sea level

Surrounded by beautiful scenery, Whitefish Lake is a remote and picturesque area in Wisconsin's Sawyer County. Its quiet surroundings are home to towering pines and great bald eagles. With almost 800 acres of serene blue waters and secluded wooded shores in Wisconsin's Northwoods region, Whitefish Lake is the perfect getaway. Whitefish Lake is part of the Hayward Lakes which also include Lac Court ... Read full review

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