Lakes

Before reaching the North Sea, the River of Meuse crosses through the municipalities of Maasgouw and Roermond in the Dutch Province of Limburg, where the physical breakup of land by rivers, deltas, and lakes resembles the Netherlands’ historic canals of Amsterdam.

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Enjoying the natural beauty of the Big Pine Lakes area is taken to another level during the course of a beautiful pink sunset.

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Reached by a trail climbing through the Sierra Nevada mountain range along Pine Creek river, Second Lake is located within a chain of nine Big Pine Lakes. Second Lake is the largest and most visited of them all.

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Second Lake, the largest of nine Big Pine Lakes, is located high up on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Western United States, between the Central Valley of California and the Basin and Range Province.

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From curious creatures to an elfin tree house, the Fantasy Forest at the Lafarge Winter Lights Display in Coquitlam, British Columbia contributes to a total of 10 themed zones that surround Lafarge Lake with over 100,000 twinkling lights. The amazing showcase of lights take on an even greater magical effect when the lake freezes over during the winter’s frigid conditions.

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Every year, from late November to late January, a wonderful display of over 100,000 lights illuminate the surrounding perimeter of Lafarge Lake to celebrate the Holiday Season and New Year in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. When the temperature drops below freezing level and the snow falls, the winter occasion is also celebrated – especially when the lake freezes over.

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As part of the Canadian Rockies’ Bow Range in Alberta, The Beehive is a mountain in Banff National Park with an old-growth forest giving way to expansive views. Overlooking the emerald glacial Lake Louise and Fairmont Chateau luxury resort hotel, The Beehive bodes well for panoramic scenic seekers, but hikers must be prepared for the rigorous, full day ascent that peaks at an elevation of 2,270 metres (7,450 feet). The full round trip hike across the Big and Little Beehive trails-combined span 12 km (7.5 miles), with access to Lake Agnes, in addition to Lake Louise.

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As one of the most famous bodies of water in Alberta, the glacial Lake Louise is the quintessential flagship capital of Banff National Park within the Canadian Rockies. It is located 5 km (3.1 miles) west of the Hamlet of Lake Louise and the Trans-Canada Highway 1.

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Peyto Lake is a pristine glacier-fed lake, formed in the Waputik Range valley, between Caldron Peak, Peyto Peak and Mount Jimmy Simpson, at an elevation of 1,860 m (6,100 ft) – easily accessed from Icefields Parkway that stretches 232 km (144 miles) through the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site.

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If one location can best illustrate the marvellous beauty of Western Canada, it’s Moraine Lake. Your next unforgettable vacation in North America begs you to travel here, but before you make the trip, your first experience of this breathtaking natural destination at Banff National Park in Alberta begins online with the first ever TRAVOH 360 Photo.

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