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Upper Bernard Lake, Seven Devils National Wilderness, Idaho, USA

Upper Bernard Lake is the closest significant lake to the Snake River in the Seven Devils National Wilderness, Idaho County, Idaho, USA.  Interestingly, Upper Bernard Lake is 2.6 miles (horizontally, east) from the Snake River in Hells Canyon but it's over a mile higher (5,955 ft) than the river.  Upper Bernard Lake is about half 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.

Upper Bernard Lake is about 770 feet long and 280 feet wide with a shoreline distance of 2,200 feet.

Copyright: Calvin K Mc Donald
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 19128x9564
Taken: 11/10/2012
Uploaded: 01/11/2012
Updated: 03/04/2015


Tags: seven devils national wilderness; idaho; lake
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