National Geographic : 1945 Jul
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome byGiles Greville Healey Sky-blue and Nearly a Mile High, Lake Atitlain Is Hemmed in by Three Volcanic Giants Two of its mighty mountain neighbors are Toliman and Atitlan. Both are more than 10,000 feet; neither has erupted since 1852. Swimming and fishing areexcellent, but sailing in the afternoon's strong wind is hazardous. Many villages lie along the shore; several arenamed forApostles.