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Biggesee, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany: Water Reflections at Biggesee

Biggesee

(North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)

2,165 acres

138 feet max. depth

1,001 feet above sea level

Surrounded by the Ebbegebirge Nature Park, Biggesee (see = lake) is the largest reservoir in Germany's North Rhine- Westphalia region. Bigge Lake was created for water supply, flood control and water regulation, and it has become a valuable recreation resource in the heart of the Sauerland. Drawn to the lush countryside with its gently rolling hills, the area's rich history, and clean lake water, ... Read full review

Biggesee, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany: Water Reflections at Biggesee

Biggesee

(North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)

2,165 acres

138 feet max. depth

1,001 feet above sea level

Surrounded by the Ebbegebirge Nature Park, Biggesee (see = lake) is the largest reservoir in Germany's North Rhine- Westphalia region. Bigge Lake was created for water supply, flood control and water regulation, and it has become a valuable recreation resource in the heart of the Sauerland. Drawn to the lush countryside with its gently rolling hills, the area's rich history, and clean lake water, ... Read full review

Angora Lakes, California, USA: Upper Angora Lake Canoes

Angora Lakes

(California, USA)

5 acres

1 miles of shoreline

7,450 feet above sea level

Tiny Angora Lakes in California's High Sierra region are a delight to the senses. These beautiful twin alpine lakes surrounded by rocky cliffs grace a glacial basin south of Lake Tahoe that is visited by thousands every year. That's a lot of visitors for lakes that cannot be reached by car. In truth, there isn't much hiking involved: the parking area is less than a mile from the lakes and not a particularly ... Read full review

Lake Maggiore: Shore View of Lake Maggiore

Lake Maggiore

(Lombardy, Italy - Piedmont, Italy - Ticino, Switzerland)

52,510 acres

93 miles of shoreline

1,220 feet max. depth

633 feet above sea level

Lake Maggiore, also known as Verbano, is Italy's second largest lake. Although not quite as popular as the well-known Lake Como, the beautifully romantic Lake Maggiore has charms all of its own and beckons travelers from all over the world. Italy is not the only country that has a claim to Lake Maggiore; the northern tip of this spectacular lake makes its home in Ticino, Switzerland, while the rest ... Read full review

Barren River Lake, Kentucky, USA: Aerial View of Barren River Lake

Barren River Lake

(Kentucky, USA)

10,100 acres

141 miles of shoreline

118 feet max. depth

552 feet above sea level

Barren River Lake, located in south-central Kentucky, is one of the state's hidden jewels, covering over 10,100 acres. The lake was created by the Louisville Army Corps of Engineers; construction was completed in 1964. In 1965, Barren County began purchasing lakeside land, creating Barren River Lake State Resort Park, a vacation destination for water lovers all over the country. Located in the ... Read full review

Gull Lake, Alberta, Canada: Marina at Gull Lake

Gull Lake

(Alberta, Canada)

19,917 acres

36 miles of shoreline

26 feet max. depth

2,950 feet above sea level

Surrounded by Alberta's wide-open spaces and endless Canadian skies, Gull Lake is located in Alberta's Central tourism region. Well situated between Edmonton and Calgary in south-central Alberta, Gull Lake attracts a growing number of seasonal residents. Gull Lake's 19,917-acre surface area lies across portions of rural Lacombe and Ponoka Counties in Canada's Mountains West tourism region. Records ... Read full review

Skaneateles Lake, New York, USA: Boats under the Setting Sun on Skaneateles Lake

Skaneateles Lake

(New York, USA)

8,960 acres

31 miles of shoreline

315 feet max. depth

863 feet above sea level

Skaneateles Lake, pronounced "skany-atlas" or "skinny-atlas," is one of New York's famous Finger Lakes. Its name means "long lake" in one of the local Iroquois languages, and it reaches out over three counties: Cortland, Cayuga, and Onondaga. The lake sits at an elevation higher than the other Finger Lakes (approximately 863 feet). and is often called "The Roof Garden of the Lakes" Skaneateles ... Read full review

Walker Lake, Nevada, USA: US 95 View of Walker Lake

Walker Lake

(Nevada, USA)

32,192 acres

80 feet max. depth

3,940 feet above sea level

Walker Lake is a natural lake located in rural Mineral County, Nevada about 75 miles southeast of Reno, Nevada. It is one of several freshwater terminus lakes in the Great Basin, meaning it has no outflows. The lake is fed by the Walker River, and it is bordered to the west by the Wassuk Mountains. With its sparkling blue waters and scenic mountain views, Walker Lake is a popular destination for fishing, ... Read full review

Lake Delton, Wisconsin, USA: Fall Leaves Around Lake Delton

Lake Delton

(Wisconsin, USA)

267 acres

915 feet above sea level

Lake Delton, whose name is derived from the French word Dalles meaning gorge, is one of the Midwest's most popular vacation areas. Along with the nearby Wisconsin Dells, the area gets more than three million visitors a year. Lake Delton and its sister lake, Mirror Lake, are impoundments of the Dell Creek. The creek flows through the lakes, over Delton Dam, and winds its way to the lower Dells ... Read full review

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