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Lake Davos (German: Davosersee) is a small natural lake at Davos, Switzerland. Its surface area is 0.59 km² and the maximum depth is 54 m. Fed by sources of the Rhine, Flüelabach and Totalpbach, among other mountain creeks, the lake is used as a hydropower reservoir; its water no longer flows to the river Landwasser but is channeled into the river Landquart at Klosters.

Lake Davos
Luftbild Davosersee.jpg
Location Davos, canton of the Grisons
Coordinates 46°49′11″N 9°51′15″E / 46.81972°N 9.85417°E / 46.81972; 9.85417Coordinates: 46°49′11″N 9°51′15″E / 46.81972°N 9.85417°E / 46.81972; 9.85417
Type natural lake
Primary inflows Flüelabach, Totalpbach
Primary outflows Landquart (river)
Basin countries Switzerland
Max. length 1.5 km (0.93 mi)
Max. width 0.5 km (0.31 mi)
Surface area 0.59 km2 (0.23 sq mi)
Max. depth 54 m (177 ft)
Surface elevation 1,560 m (5,120 ft)
Frozen Winter season
Settlements Davos Dorf
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