Is a natural lake in Grand Teton National Park that has outlets that lead down both sides of the great divide, the water ends up in either the Pacific or the Atlantic Ocean according to the outlet from the lake it left.

It is possible to drive your car to the edge of the lake, despite the fact that the parks service believes that you need four wheel drive to not get stuck on the road which is more of a dirt highway after the first small climb.

The lake is really beautiful in the mornings and evenings, there is a really nice view of Mount Moran from the far edge of the lake (opposite Mount Moran), and the waterfowl are enjoyable to photograph with a long lens and image stabilization (the ground is usually a bit mushy on the shore and it doesn't support tripods with long lenses well).

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