What is the deepest lake in North America?



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    The 3 deepest lakes in North America are : Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada 2,015 ft (614 m), Crater Lake, Oregon, U.S.A. 1,943 ft (592 m), and Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada, U.S.A. 1,685 ft (514 m. There is some debate as to whether Crater Lake should be listed as deepest depending on the measurement taken (average vs max depth).

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    Based on maximum depth, the deepest lake in North America is Great Slave Lake of Canada, with a maximum depth of 614 meters (2014 feet). Based on average depth, Crater Lake in Oregon, is the deepest lake in North America with an average depth of 350 meters. The average depth of Great Slave Lake is only 73 meters.

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