HOW DEEP is Lake Tahoe?

Something about a tranquil lake warms our hearts and induces a sense of calm.

A lake is a body of water surrounded by land and  may be open or closed.

All freshwater lakes are open, meaning water exits by an outlet like a river.

Water only exits closed lakes by evaporation and  often become saline or salty.

Lake Tahoe is America’s second-deepest lake and North America’s largest alpine lake.

With a maximum depth of 1,645 feet, it straddles the borders of California and Nevada.

Lake Tahoe is one of Earth’s purest bodies of water, with an average annual clarity of 72 feet.

No matter when you visit, the scenery is spectacular, rivaling the beauty of any national park.

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