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Emerald Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Emerald Lake Summer

Emerald Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

3 miles of shoreline

4,267 feet above sea level

Emerald Lake, the largest lake in British Columbia's Yoho National Park, is also one of the most scenic. The lovely lake nestled in the Emerald Basin below little Emerald Glacier is surrounded by the Canadian Rockies, including the President Range, Wapta Mountain and Mount Burgess. This scenic backdrop, combined with the brilliant turquoise hue of the water offers one of the most memorable sights ... Read full review

Emerald Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Emerald Lake Summer

Emerald Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

3 miles of shoreline

4,267 feet above sea level

Emerald Lake, the largest lake in British Columbia's Yoho National Park, is also one of the most scenic. The lovely lake nestled in the Emerald Basin below little Emerald Glacier is surrounded by the Canadian Rockies, including the President Range, Wapta Mountain and Mount Burgess. This scenic backdrop, combined with the brilliant turquoise hue of the water offers one of the most memorable sights ... Read full review

Ullswater, England, United Kingdom: Scenic View of Ullswater

Ullswater

(England, United Kingdom)

2,199 acres

22 miles of shoreline

207 feet max. depth

476 feet above sea level

Cumbria, in northwest England's famous Lake District, is home to diverse natural features that attract visitors from near and far. Ullswater, a natural freshwater lake, is one of those unmatched attractions that lures travelers from around the world. The area that Ullswater meanders through is scenic and undeveloped compared to other lake areas in the English Lake District. Its beauty is legendary, ... Read full review

Silver Lake, Iowa, USA: Silver Lake is for the birds

Silver Lake

(Iowa, USA)

1,041 acres

10 miles of shoreline

11 feet max. depth

1,460 feet above sea level

Silver Lake, a natural glacial lake spanning 1,041 acres, is located in northwestern Iowa bordering the town of Lake Park. It is one of the chain of lakes known as Iowa's Great Lakes. This multiple-lake area is a favorite vacation destination, offering numerous outdoor recreational activities. Although it is not the largest of Iowa's Great Lakes, Silver Lake offers a scenic location for fishing, boating, ... Read full review

Kenai Lake, Alaska, USA: Frozen

Kenai Lake

(Alaska, USA)

13,813 acres

541 feet max. depth

433 feet above sea level

One of the largest glacial lakes in the Kenai River System, Kenai Lake is a beautiful lake in a road-accessible area of Alaska. The backdrop of the majestic Kenai Mountains and its proximity to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge make Kenai Lake a great wilderness getaway. Boomerang shaped Kenai Lake is 22 miles long and over 540 feet deep. It is fed by several glacial tributaries including the ... Read full review

Beardsley Lake, California, USA: Aerial View of Beardsley Reservoir

Beardsley Lake

(California, USA)

720 acres

6 miles of shoreline

3,315 feet above sea level

Nearly 60 years ago, the effort to provide water to the orchards and farms in California's Central Valley brought about the creation of beautiful Beardsley Lake. The artificial reservoir in the Stanislaus National Forest filled with water after construction of a dam across the Middle Fork of the Stanislaus River. Water collected here from snow melting in the Sierra Nevada Mountains is diverted to ... Read full review

Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom: Shore View of Strangford Lough

Strangford Lough

(Northern Ireland, United Kingdom)

37,066 acres

100 miles of shoreline

216 feet max. depth

Strangford Lough (Lake) is a 37,066-acre inland, tidal, salt water lake off the east coast of County Down in Northern Ireland. Separated from the Irish Sea by the Ards Peninsula, the lake is almost totally landlocked. An eight-mile long, fast-running channel known as the Narrows leads into the more gentle waters of the main body of the lake. The lake's unique habitat makes it a popular spot for migrating ... Read full review

Leech Lake, Minnesota, USA: Scenic View from Dock of Leech Lake

Leech Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

102,948 acres

316 miles of shoreline

150 feet max. depth

1,295 feet above sea level

With over 120,000 acres of water and 316 miles of shoreline, Leech Lake is the third largest lake located entirely in Minnesota, the "Land of 10,000 Lakes". Leech Lake is nestled in the Northwest Region of Minnesota in Cass County with most of its boundaries in the Chippewa National Forest and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. Not only is Leech Lake a nationally recognized game fish lake, it is ... Read full review

Lac de Joux, Vaud, Switzerland: Shore View of Lac de Joux

Lac de Joux

(Vaud, Switzerland)

2,348 acres

12 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

3,294 feet above sea level

Switzerland's Lac de Joux is located high up in the Jura Mountains in the Canton of Vaud. Located at an altitude of nearly 3300 feet, Lac du Joux is ideally suited for a mountain holiday. Lying near the high ridge that designates the border with France, Lac de Joux is ideally suited for both mountain and water sports. Only 30 miles from the city of Lausanne, a trip to Lac de Joux is a valued weekend ... Read full review

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