Lake Como is one of the largest mountain lakes in Montana and certainly among the prettiest. It’s also easy to get to and fairly popular. The lake sits between Darby and Hamilton off U.S. 93 and below the staggering peaks of the southern Bitterroot Mountains – especially the jagged Como peaks, which stay snowcapped most of the summer. The lake is several miles long and ringed by hiking trails, but the main attraction is the white sandy beach near the east end, which has picnic tables and bathrooms. The lake is managed by the U.S. Forest Service, which charges a $5 day use fee; that fee is waived if you stay at the nearby campground, which was the site of a recent forest thinning project. Staying at the campground offers another incentive – you get to experience the lake after everyone leaves!
Dawn in the middle of August at 7:10 am and -3 degrees but it was worth it to see the color of the lake after spending the night at 2750 meters and climbing the 48 curves of the road. From above, it looks like the Great Wall of China, but see for yourself the photo of the lake. The curves you have online, it is also good for bikers and cyclists.
Lake Iseo isn't the biggest lake in Lombary (northern Italy), but it's just as wonderful as its more famous siblings: Como and Garda. It has far fewer tourists in the high season, a scenic island in the middle (Monte Isola), and plenty of charming villages where you can breathe and unwind. The east coast is, in my opinion, more interesting than the west as it has less industry. Don't miss the small village of Sarnico at the entrance to the lake.
It's very small so you can see everything during an afternoon stroll. The lake is one of the places I saw. I was told that the lake connects with Switzerland. Thus, through a boat ride you can visit two places. Unfortunately I did not go on any boat, but I enjoyed my short time there.
We came from Lake Balaton and our destination for the night was Brescia. We had our backs about 900 kms. And although we were tired we decided to visit for a a couple hours on Lago di Garda and the fortified village of Sirmione. The evening was perfect although a little warm, which did not stop us from getting closer until the shore of the lake to look at the marvelous sunset. While we took some photos, one of my favorite songs came to mind that fit with the situation. What a beautiful world!
If you want to get some exercise but also admire the natural beauty of the area, then this is a great option! You can follow the 28km cycle track around Lake Varese - a pleasant journey in the middle of nature, easily accessible both from the A8 and the centre of Varese. Along the way you can see the Bardello wooden bridge, the Cazzago Brebbia glacier, the Zanzi Park and a picnic area. There are drinking fountains along the way, too.
These pictures for me are marvellous. That's why I took them at 2200 m in a divine place called the home lake. It transmits peace and all the air is simply delicate as when you buy perfume. I had butterflies in the stomach. The world is full of wonderous things. That's why should we care more for our planet. Thank you.