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Here are the 4 lakes we have listed within USA > West > Montana > Gold West Country - compared by Deepest Lakes.

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Lake Name Maximum depth in feet Lake Description
Quake Lake
(Montana, USA)
190 Quake Lake Pictures Quake Lake Message Forums Also known as: Earthquake Lake
In a natural phenomenon seldom seen in today's world, a massive earthquake and landslide created Montana's Quake Lake in 1959. In pre-recorded history, a young, restless earth formed many lakes when existing watercourses were blocked. Earthquake Lake, more commonly shortened to Quake Lake, is one of ...
Canyon Ferry Lake
(Montana, USA)
160 Canyon Ferry Lake Pictures For lake lovers who relish the beauty of nature and the wonder of wildlife, there's no better place to relax and have fun than at Canyon Ferry Lake. At 35,181 acres, Canyon Ferry Lake is one of Montana's largest lakes, and one of the most popular recreational lakes in the state. It's long and narrow, ...
Hebgen Lake
(Montana, USA)
70 Hebgen Lake Pictures Hebgen Lake Message Forums Anglers will find some of Montana's best stillwater trout fishing at Hebgen Lake. The 12,500-acre reservoir lies conveniently just outside the western entry to Yellowstone National Park. An artificial reservoir created in 1914 along the Madison River by the Montana Reservoir and Irrigation Company, ...
Ennis Lake
(Montana, USA)
20 Ennis Lake Message Forums In 1905 the Montana Power Company built a dam on the Madison River, creating Ennis Lake. The two and a half mile long lake stretches across Montana's Gold West Country in some of the state's best fly fishing territory. Its proximity to Yellowstone National Park makes it an exceptional home base for ...
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