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Utah Dive Sites: Bear Lake

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DON'T FORGET YOUR DIVE FLAG---It is a law AND a safety concern!

This lake is considered an altitude dive --- which requires an Altitude Table used in conjunction with your dive tables.

Bear Lake

Bear Lake is in north-eastern Utah. Half of the lake is in Utah, and the other half is in Idaho. The lake is 6,000 feet high. It is a pretty lake. This lake is used by instructors for teaching students in the summer and for recreational divers. There isn't much to see in the lake. There are some overhangs that are fun to dive in. The lake has some large rocks that are somewhat interesting. The place to dive at Bear Lake is on the eastern shore, on Cisco Beach. Cisco Beach drops off faster than most of the other parts of the lake. The temperature in Bear Lake on the surface is in the low to high 60's in the summer. Below the thermocline, at around 35 feet, it gets cold pretty fast. Visibility can vary from 5 feet to 35 feet. Most people camp in the campground right on the shore. The campground has outhouses and picnic tables. Entry is close and easy, unless the afternoon winds come up and cause some high waves. Bear Lake is about a three hour drive from Salt Lake City, Utah. To get to Cisco Beach --- go to Laketown, which is on the south-east part of Bear Lake. From Laketown travel north nine miles to Cisco Beach.

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