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|Lake Name||Elevation in feet||Lake Description|
Lac de Joux
|3,294||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 ...|
(Bern, Switzerland / Fribourg, Switzerland / Neuchatel, Switzerland / Vaud, Switzerland)
Also known as: Lac de Neuchatel
Lake Neuchatel is the largest lake entirely within the borders of Switzerland, spanning almost 54,000 acres and reaching into four Swiss cantons (states): Neuchatel, Bern, Vaud and Fribourg. This region of Switzerland, known as Swiss Seeland, lies at the base of the Jura Mountains and includes three ...
(Rhone-Alps, France / Geneva, Switzerland / Valais, Switzerland / Vaud, Switzerland)
Also known as: Lac Leman
Shaped like a crescent moon, Lake Geneva is cradled in the Alps Mountain Range with two-thirds of its 104 shoreline miles in Switzerland and the other third in France. Lake Geneva is known as Lac Leman in France. Flanked by the majestic Matterhorn, possibly the most famous peak in the Alps, the largest ...
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