Which U.S. state is home to this famous turquoise lake?
Glenwood Canyon is home to one of Colorado’s best-kept secrets — a clear, turquoise lake “hanging” over the 1,000-foot walls of the canyon. Featuring stunning waterfalls fed by melting glaciers, “Hanging Lake” is protected by the White River National Forest Service, which regulates the number of visitors allowed to visit the area per day.
If you obtain a permit to visit, you’ll have to work hard to get there — Hanging Lake is only accessible by a steep hike up the canyon. However, the trek is definitely worth it.
Answer: The correct answer is Colorado