Lac de Gérardmer

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Lac de Gérardmer
Lac de gerardmer.jpg
LocationGérardmer, Vosges
Coordinates48°04′N 6°51′E / 48.067°N 6.850°E / 48.067; 6.850Coordinates: 48°04′N 6°51′E / 48.067°N 6.850°E / 48.067; 6.850
Typeglacial
Primary outflowsJamagne
Basin countriesFrance
Max. length2.2 km (1.4 mi)[1]
Max. width0.75 km (0.47 mi)[1]
Surface area1.16 km2 (0.45 sq mi)[2]
Max. depth38.4 m (126 ft)[2]
Water volume19,510,000 m3 (689,000,000 cu ft)[2]
Surface elevation660 m (2,170 ft)[1]

Lac de Gérardmer is a glacial lake at the city of Gérardmer, Vosges, France. It is located in the Vosges mountain range at an elevation of 660 m[1][3]. With a surface area of 1.16 km² it is the largest natural lake in the Vosges mountain range.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Der Grüne Reiseführer: Elsass Lothringen. Michelin, 2008, p. 117 (German)
  2. ^ a b c d Lacs et cascades at gerardmer.net (French, retrieved 2019-08-12)
  3. ^ Jean-Louis Antoine, Michel Leclercq: La vallée de Gérardmer. FeniXX, 1986, pp. 12-13 (French)

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