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Lake Minnewaska, New York, USA: Awosting Falls

Lake Minnewaska

(New York, USA)

36 acres

2 miles of shoreline

72 feet max. depth

1,651 feet above sea level

An unusual world nestles atop the Shawangunk Mountain ridge in New York's Catskills region, and Lake Minnewaska is a vital part of that rare world. The small, 36-acre lake lies between steep cliff walls near the top of the ridge, its waters held in the basin by bedrock and a small manmade dam across the outlet. The lake existed before humans appeared to tame the Catskills; the dam was added later ... Read full review

Lake Minnewaska, New York, USA: Awosting Falls

Lake Minnewaska

(New York, USA)

36 acres

2 miles of shoreline

72 feet max. depth

1,651 feet above sea level

An unusual world nestles atop the Shawangunk Mountain ridge in New York's Catskills region, and Lake Minnewaska is a vital part of that rare world. The small, 36-acre lake lies between steep cliff walls near the top of the ridge, its waters held in the basin by bedrock and a small manmade dam across the outlet. The lake existed before humans appeared to tame the Catskills; the dam was added later ... Read full review

Lake Dillon, Colorado, USA: Fishing with a Mountainview on Lake Dillon

Lake Dillon

(Colorado, USA)

3,233 acres

27 miles of shoreline

9,009 feet above sea level

Nestled in the middle of some of Summit County's best skiing, Lake Dillon is the perfect year round getaway. With its rich history, fantastic sport fishing, and easy access to world class skiing, the lake or Dillon Reservoir as it's sometimes known, is sure to become a family favorite. The original town of Dillon was typical for its time period, springing up during the mineral boom of the 1800's. ... Read full review

Lower Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom: Aerila View of Devenish Island at Lower Lough Erne

Lower Lough Erne

(Northern Ireland, United Kingdom)

26,934 acres

226 feet max. depth

148 feet above sea level

Lower Lough (Lake) Erne is one of several lakes on the beautiful River Erne in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. The River Erne begins in County Cavan and flows 64 miles north through Loch Gowna, Lough Oughter and Upper and Lower Lough Erne before meeting with the Atlantic Ocean at Ballyshannon. The area around Lower Lough Erne is surrounded by scenic, rolling farmland and incredible limestone mountains. ... Read full review

Lago San Pedro, Ecuador: Imbabura Volcano from Lago San Pablo

Lago San Pedro

(Ecuador)

1,651 acres

7 miles of shoreline

116 feet max. depth

8,727 feet above sea level

Lago San Pablo is Ecuador's second-largest lake but rapidly approaching first-place in popularity. Located less than two hours north of Quito, Lake San Pablo lies less than five miles from scenic Otavalo and is developing as a tourism destination in its own right. Set against a green backdrop of dormant volcanoes, the lake is easily accessible from the Pan American Highway and is becoming a favored ... Read full review

Province Lake: Province Lake

Province Lake

(Maine, USA - New Hampshire, USA)

968 acres

6 miles of shoreline

17 feet max. depth

480 feet above sea level

A quick swish and the golf club slices through the air sending the ball down the green along Province Lake. The lake, covering almost a thousand acres, is in the Lakes region of New Hampshire and extends into the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine. People have been coming to play golf on the lake's shore since the early 1900's and to enjoy the fish-filled waters for much longer than that. With ... Read full review

Trap Pond, Delaware, USA: Cypress and Boat on Trap Pond

Trap Pond

(Delaware, USA)

107 acres

8 feet max. depth

Surrounded by bald cypress in the middle of one of the "First State's" state parks, Trap Pond is a beautiful piece of Delaware wilderness. Part of one of the largest surviving wetlands in Delaware and Sussex County, Trap Pond has abundant wildlife and exceptional recreation opportunities. Trap Pond was created in the late 1700's to power a sawmill used to harvest the area's large bald cypress. ... Read full review

Black Lake, Michigan, USA: Black Lake Early Morning

Black Lake

(Michigan, USA)

10,130 acres

19 miles of shoreline

50 feet max. depth

614 feet above sea level

Black Lake is a popular sporting lake located in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties in Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Surrounded by acres of water and scenic woodlands, Black Lake has become a popular vacation destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Open to year around recreation, visitors come to northeastern Michigan to test their fishing and hunting skills; boat, ski and swim the sparkling water; or ... Read full review

Sun Lakes, Washington, USA: Dry Falls Lake

Sun Lakes

(Washington, USA)

246 acres

6 miles of shoreline

85 feet max. depth

1,096 feet above sea level

All kinds of recreation await visitors to Sun Lakes in Washington's North Central region. These mostly natural lakes all share a common origin, having formed in the ancient river gorge of the Columbia River. Scientists believe the Grand Coulee Gorge was cut through the surrounding plateau by the rupture of the ice dam holding back huge glacial Lake Missoula about 20,000 years ago. The massive flow ... Read full review

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