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- This area was named a national park in 1902 by President Theodore Roosevelt. It was one of the first few national parks but to this day, it is still the only national park located within this state.
- This lake has no rivers that flow into or out of it. Water only enters the lake through precipitation and leaves through evaporation or ground leakage.
- At over 1,900 feet deep, this lake is the deepest lake in the United States and one of the 10 deepest lakes in the world.
- In the summer you can enjoy many hiking trails and guided boat trips but in the winter you'll want to snowshoe or cross-country ski in the deep snow as this park receives an average of over 44 feet of snow each year.
- The local Native American legend explains the creation of this lake as the result of a battle between the sky god and the god of the underworld. The tribe still holds the lake to be a highly spiritual site.
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Did you enjoy this little outdoor adventure game? If you missed any of our previous Mystery Destinations be sure to check them out now.
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Mystery Destination 2: A Mountain, Lake and Wreckage
Mystery Destination 3: A Backpacker's Dream Trail
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Mystery Destination 6: Mystery Destination: A Bridge, Whitewater Rafting and Great Climbing