Lake Tahoe, a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada mountains, is the largest alpine lake in North America.
This lake is 1,645 feet deep, making it the second deepest lake in North America. Crater Lake is the only lake deeper.
Formed about 2 million years ago Lake Tahoe is known for its water clarity. Of course the panorama of mountains on all sides makes Lake Tahoe one of the most picturesque scenes.
Some sources list Tahoe as the 8th deepest lake in the world while another source lists it at the 16th deepest.
At any rate, it's almost impossible to count all the shades of blue as you look out over the lake.