Jiuzhaigou 九寨沟 2009 - vkelim
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From WikiTravel "Long Lake is at the head of the Zechawa valley. At an altitude of 3,060 metres this is the biggest and deepest lake in Jiuzhaigou. The lake has a surface area of approximately 30sq Km’s and an average depth of 44 metres. On clear days its dark wooded hillsides and blue waters are viewed against the backdrop of the 5000 metre snow capped Min Shan mountains. This lake has no major inflow and receives its water from underground sources. The local Tibetans have their own name for this lake, which translates, to ’The Lake that never dries out.‘ “

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From WikiTravel "Long Lake is at the head of the Zechawa valley. At an altitude of 3,060 metres this is the biggest and deepest lake in Jiuzhaigou. The lake has a surface area of approximately 30sq Km’s and an average depth of 44 metres. On clear days its dark wooded hillsides and blue waters are viewed against the backdrop of the 5000 metre snow capped Min Shan mountains. This lake has no major inflow and receives its water from underground sources. The local Tibetans have their own name for this lake, which translates, to ’The Lake that never dries out.‘ “