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Lower Bernard Lake, Seven Devils National Wilderness, Idaho, USA
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Lower Bernard Lake sits at about 7,280 feet above sea level in the Seven Devils National Wilderness, Idaho County, Idaho, USA. Lower Bernard Lake is about 3/4 of a mile east of Dry Diggins Lookout, where one can look 6,500 feet down into Hells Canyon (the deepest canyon on Earth) and see the Snake River wandering like a thin line in the canyon bottom.

Lower Bernard Lake is about 500 feet long and 300 feet wide with a shoreline distance of 1,600 feet.

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