Tenaya Lake
Tenaya Lake is at elevation 8,150 feet (2,480 meters).  The lake is shallow near the East Beach, and while the water is cold, it's worth going in.  According to an article by Kris Corey (>), Tenaya Lake goes to a depth of about 100 feet.  There used to be a High Sierra Camp at the lake; it was closed in 1938 and a replacement established at May Lake.  There was also a primitive campground at the west end, but it was closed in 1992.  The views below, looking towards the east, show Pywiack Dome (8,851 feet) beyond the end of the lake and Polly Dome (9,806 feet) more in the front.  See also: Tenaya Lake Area Plan (>).