Lake Tahoe is an impressively large freshwater lake that plunges to depths of 501 meters, making it the second-deepest lake in the states after Oregon`s Crater Lake. With a surface area of 495 km2, Lake Tahoe is found in both Nevada and California and features mountains reaching as high as 3,320 meters above sea level (Freel Peak). Formed during the last ice age, the lake has an interesting geological and cultural history and plays an important role in the US tourism industry thanks to its plethora of ski resorts, casinos, trails and water sports. Here are 5 unusual facts you probably didn`t know about Lake Tahoe.

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