This 500 square kilometers of pure wonder in the mountains of Montana never fail to impress those who happen to come around. Even from space, it looks indescribably beautiful, but having a swim in its crystal clear water is a whole other thing. This is how the clearest lake in the world looks like. It’s beyond compare.
Flathead Lake is a considerably large freshwater lake formed in the northwestern mountains of Montana thousands of years ago. What we are looking at today is what remained from a vast inland sea Lake Missoula which covered a huge part of the area during the last interglacial. The lake draws the most attention with its crystal clear pure waters and it is claimed to be the clearest lake in the world by some.