6 Breathtaking Frozen Lakes Around The World.

Here are six stunning frozen lakes from different parts of the world:

Lake Baikal (Russia)

Known for being the deepest and oldest freshwater lake in the world, Lake Baikal in Siberia freezes during the harsh winter months. 

Abraham Lake (Canada)

Abraham Lake is famous for its frozen bubbles. Methane gas released by decaying organic matter gets trapped in the ice, creating spectacular bubble patterns beneath the frozen surface.

Lake Minnewanka (Canada)

Another gem in the Canadian Rockies, Lake Minnewanka often freezes in winter, offering a serene and icy landscape. 

Lake Mývatn (Iceland)

In the northern part of Iceland, Lake Mývatn freezes during winter, transforming the area into a snowy and icy paradise.

Lake Geneva (Switzerland/ France)

The largest alpine lake in Europe, Lake Geneva, freezes along its shores during cold winters.

Great Slave Lake (Canada)

Located in Canada's Northwest Territories, Great Slave Lake is one of the largest lakes in the world.