Summit Lake, Alaska
Summit Lake is a little mountain lake was formed as an aftereffect of a long-gone ice sheet that was additionally responsible for sculpting the encompassing landscape. A trail hovers through snow capped wild around the pellucid waters of the lake, and forms a route to the ridge above, offering all-encompassing vistas of the Willow Creek Drainage. The lake attracts more guests in summer months when the place is accessible via road, commonly from July through September. Summit Lake is acclaimed for exceptional climbing and paragliding.