Lake Mead is a massive man-made (dammed) lake in Nevada and Arizona. It was formed by damming part of the Colorado river and covers an area roughly 120 miles long. Lake Mead is known as “America’s most diverse National Recreation Area,” covering 1.5 million acres of mountains canyons, and two massive lakes. The section of Lake Mead in this gallery is a very remote location, requiring 70 miles of off-roading (some very rough spots) coming from Gold Butte. It’s a beautiful and isolated part of the lake.
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