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Lake Chiemsee, Bavaria, Germany: Dock at Lake Chiemsee

Lake Chiemsee

(Bavaria, Germany)

19,571 acres

40 miles of shoreline

239 feet max. depth

1,701 feet above sea level

Lake Chiemsee is the crown jewel of Bavaria's tourist region. Located about half-way between Munich and Salzburg, Austria, Lake Chiemsee has been a favored destination since the days of Roman occupation of the area. This large glacial lake contains almost 20,000 acres and is often called the Bavarian Sea. Nearby wetlands and small pothole lakes give evidence it was once much larger. The Rivers Tiroler ... Read full review

Lake Chiemsee, Bavaria, Germany: Dock at Lake Chiemsee

Lake Chiemsee

(Bavaria, Germany)

19,571 acres

40 miles of shoreline

239 feet max. depth

1,701 feet above sea level

Lake Chiemsee is the crown jewel of Bavaria's tourist region. Located about half-way between Munich and Salzburg, Austria, Lake Chiemsee has been a favored destination since the days of Roman occupation of the area. This large glacial lake contains almost 20,000 acres and is often called the Bavarian Sea. Nearby wetlands and small pothole lakes give evidence it was once much larger. The Rivers Tiroler ... Read full review

Chickamauga Lake, Tennessee, USA: Chickamauga Lock & Dam

Chickamauga Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

36,240 acres

810 miles of shoreline

57 feet max. depth

682 feet above sea level

Chickamauga Lake is a fabulous recreational reservoir. It is located in southeast Tennessee, 20 miles from Chattanooga, and includes 810 miles of shoreline to enjoy. The name Chickamauga derives from a warlike tribe that separated from the main Cherokee Indian tribe and built its chief village along Chickamauga Creek. Originally developed for flood control and power generation, Chickamauga Lake ... Read full review

Lago San Pedro, Ecuador: Otavala, Ecuador Food Market

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

Lake Timiskaming: Devils Rock at Lake Temiskaming

Lake Timiskaming

(Ontario, Canada - Quebec, Canada)

72,960 acres

709 feet max. depth

585 feet above sea level

Large, scenic and inviting, Lake Timiskaming forms part of the border between Ontario and Quebec. A full 68 miles long, Lake Timiskaming is about 5 miles wide at its widest point. However, that width is deceptive; the lake formed in a rift valley and is more than 700 feet deep in spots. The lake lies in the northern extension of the Ottawa-Bonnechere Graben, which is part of the Saint Lawrence rift ... Read full review

Lake Wolfgang, Salzburg, Austria: St. Wolfgang Shoreline

Lake Wolfgang

(Salzburg, Austria)

3,200 acres

374 feet max. depth

1,765 feet above sea level

One of the best loved and most popular of vacation lakes in Austria's Lake District is Lake Wolfgang. Called Wolfgangsee by the locals, the 3200-acre lake was created by glaciers thousands of years ago and has played a major part in the history of the Salzburg area ever since. The lake wasn't named for that other famous Austrian, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, but it is a fact that his mother was born here ... Read full review

Lake Wassookeag, Maine, USA: Lake Wassookeag Waterfront

Lake Wassookeag

(Maine, USA)

1,030 acres

86 feet max. depth

433 feet above sea level

Lake Wassookeag, also known as Dexter Pond, spans 1,030 acres in the Maine Highlands tourism region, about 40 miles northwest of Bangor. Its name is derived from the Penobscot Native American word for "shining water." Although Lake Wassookeag is best known for outdoor recreation, it also serves to control water levels and provide drinking water to surrounding towns. The Wassokeag Lake Dam, completed ... Read full review

Whitefish Lake, Montana, USA: Shore View of Whitefish Lake

Whitefish Lake

(Montana, USA)

3,315 acres

16 miles of shoreline

232 feet max. depth

2,988 feet above sea level

Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, Whitefish Lake in Northwestern Montana spans 3,315 acres and is seven miles long. Created by a melted glacier, the lake sits at the base of Whitefish Mountain Resort and is just miles from Glacier National Park. The shoreline of Whitefish Lake is rapidly being developed by private landowners, but a large portion of the area is protected from dense development by ... Read full review

Palisades Reservoir: Sunset Over Palisades Reservoir

Palisades Reservoir

(Idaho, USA - Wyoming, USA)

16,100 acres

70 miles of shoreline

168 feet max. depth

5,570 feet above sea level

Palisades Reservoir is set in southeast Idaho, east of Idaho Falls in a beautiful river valley. The southern end of the reservoir extends into Wyoming, south of Yellowstone National Park. Hillsides covered with forests and topped with majestic mountains, provide gorgeous scenic vistas surrounding the reservoir. Palisades Reservoir's 70 miles of shoreline, followed by U.S. Highway 26, shows the excellent ... Read full review

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