The Great Lakes are an impressive collection of lakes, streams, and rivers, and each of them has its own distinctive character.
But which one has the largest lake?
We asked the experts to pick the top two and share their thoughts.
Lake Lanier In the Lake Laniers, a collection of rivers and lakes located in northeastern Washington, the Great Lakes region is home to a number of spectacular waterfalls and cascades, including the popular Lake Lanies Falls.
The largest of the Lake Langens, Lake Lanie is a popular recreational destination.
Lake Langen The Lake Langiers is the most extensive of the four Great Lakes.
It is located in the southwestern corner of the state, less than an hour from Seattle.
It has a depth of almost 6,000 feet and is covered with hundreds of cascades.
The Langens are famous for the annual Lake Laniewakes, a series of cascading, rocky pools.
There are many different kinds of cascaded pools on the Langens.
The most popular of these are the Black Hills, which are lined with the tallest rocks on Earth, at an elevation of 5,100 feet.
The Black Hills are home to the tallest falls in the United States.
Lake Washington The Lake Washington, a large, shallow lake in western Washington, is home in many ways to the largest and most spectacular falls in Washington.
The Lake is more than twice the size of Lake Laniere and has a total length of 1,600 miles.
The lake also has the highest elevation of any lake in the Washington area.
The peak falls of the lake are the Langers Falls, which have an average depth of 528 feet and an elevation that is 8,826 feet.
In addition to the Langels, the Lake Washington is home, among other things, to the Mount Rainier National Park, the Mount Baker National Forest, and the Mount St. Helens National Park.
Lake George The Lake George is home of the largest number of lakes in the Great Plains, making it the largest of all the Great Lake regions.
It boasts a total area of 2,850 square miles, or nearly 13 times the size and volume of Lake Langier.
In contrast to Lake Lanerie, Lake George does not have a large number of falls.
The average falls on Lake George are about 20 feet.
Lake Champlain The Lake Champlains largest and tallest falls, the Falls of the North Shore, are located in a valley in the upper part of the island state.
The falls reach a depth exceeding 9,000 foot and have an elevation greater than 5,000.
Champlain Lake is home and home to one of the most beautiful and iconic natural wonders of the Western Hemisphere.
In 1835, a company of explorers and pioneers named the Champlain Valley Company.
The Champlain is home the largest concentration of prehistoric stone artifacts ever found in North America.
The Stonehenge of England and the Great Pyramid of Egypt both date back to this period, and both are in the vicinity of Lake Champrestle.
The name “Lake Champlain” has been given to a region of the Great Basin in the north of the country that is the source of many of the local springs that make up the Champstons springs.
In fact, one of these springs, the Green River, is located on Lake Champros.
Lake St. Louis The Lake St Louis is the home of a number small, isolated, but very spectacular lakes in Wisconsin, including Lake Stauber, Lake Superior, and Lake Huron.
Lake Hurons waterfalls are among the best in the country, with the most spectacular cascades and falls in Wisconsin.
Lake Superior The Lake Superior region of Wisconsin is one of just two Great Lakes with no natural waterfalls.
This is thanks to the Great Sand Dunes, a giant sand dune that forms in the lake.
The sand dunes are part of a larger geological feature called the Great Central Desert, which is the result of erosion of the surrounding area.
A few rivers in the region have natural water.
Lake Geneva Lake Geneva, home of many historic lakes, is the only major lake in Minnesota with no waterfalls at all.
Lake DuPont The Lake Du Pont region of Louisiana is home not only to the Lake du Pont, but also the Lake Stouters Falls, Lake Stearns Falls, and numerous other waterfalls, including those at Lake St Clair and Lake Stony Lake.
The Stouers Falls is the highest in the entire state.
Lake Michigan The Lake Michigan region of Michigan is the world’s largest lake.
It stretches from Michigan City, Michigan, through the northern part of Michigan, down to the southern part of Kalamazoo, and then on to the Gulf of Mexico.
In some areas, it reaches as high as 13,000ft.
Lake Erie The Lake Erie region of Pennsylvania is home primarily to Lake Erie, the largest body of