Rahul Sharma

Lac de Chambon

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Lake type  reservoir
Primary outflows  Creuse River
Max. length  16 km (9.9 mi)
Surface elevation  204 m
Mean depth  19 m
Outflow location  Creuse
Primary inflows  Creuse River
Basin countries  France
Surface area  312 ha (770 acres)
Area  3.12 km²
Length  16 km
Inflow source  Creuse
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Similar  Éguzon Dam, Lac Chambon, Lac du Chambon, Musée de la Chemiserie, Musée archéologique d'Argentomagus

Lac de chambon


The Lac de Chambon (Chambon Lake) is an artificial lake on the Creuse River, France, created by the Eguzon dam, a hydroelectric dam. Beaches have been created around the lake, the largest in the Centre Region. There is a sailing school on the lake near Eguzon. Canoes, kayaks and pedalos can be hired in season. The lake is also very popular with waterskiers and anglers.

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Map of Lac de Chambon, 36270 Cuzion, France

It is not to be confused with Lac Chambon in the Puy-de-Dôme department or Lac du Chambon in the Isère department.

La paillote lac de chambon auvergne


References

Lac de Chambon Wikipedia


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