A Panoramic Glimpse of Paradise
A vital ski tourism hub, Lake Tahoe boasts about 15 million visitors yearly.
Unique due to its small watershed, protected by sheer slopes, ensuring clear waters.
Its tropical turquoise blue waters can mislead one into believing they're in the Caribbean.
Part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, formed due to flooding from Glen Canyon Dam.
A favorite destination with 300 days of sunshine annually, surrounded by the North Cascades National Park.
Third in surface size among the Great Lakes, its shores feel like facing an ocean.
Set apart by its pristine freshwater fed by eight underground springs.
Vital for recreation, electricity, and as a primary source of clean drinking water.