Separating the west coast of Vermont and the east coast of New York, Lake Champlain is scenic, deep—400′ in places—and capacious, a 500-square-mile playground for water lovers of all stripes. Roughly 120 miles long and 14 miles at its widest, America’s “sixth Great Lake” is a freshwater jewel ringed by craggy ledges, rolling fields and sandy beaches, offering myriad calm bays and coves in which to swim, fish and just enjoy the beauty of western Vermont.

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