Lumot Lake

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Lumot Lake
Sierra Lake
Lumot Lake is located in Philippines
Lumot Lake
Lumot Lake
Location within the Philippines
Location Luzon Island
Coordinates 14°15′2.16″N 121°33′2.88″E / 14.2506000°N 121.5508000°E / 14.2506000; 121.5508000Coordinates: 14°15′2.16″N 121°33′2.88″E / 14.2506000°N 121.5508000°E / 14.2506000; 121.5508000
Type artificial lake

Lumot Lake, also known as Sierra Lake, is a man-made water reservoir located in the towns of Cavinti and Lumban of Laguna province, in the Sierra Madre Mountains of the Philippines. The lake was created when Lumot Dam, an embankment dam, was constructed damming the Lumot River, creating an auxiliary water reservoir for Lake Caliraya as part of the Kalayaan Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Plant.[1] The waters between the two lakes are conveyed by a 2.3 kilometres (1.4 mi) penstock.[2]

Lumot Lake is less developed that the bigger Lake Caliraya but both lakes are popular spots for water sports and largemouth bass fishing.[3]


  1. ^ Task Committee on Pumped Storage (1996). "Hydroelectric Pump Storage Technology: International Experience", p.28. American Society of Civil Engineers.
  2. ^ "Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Plants Asia Pacific". Power Plants around the World. Retrieved on 2011-02-23.
  3. ^ "Lake Caliraya and Lake Lumot (Sierra Lake)". Philippine Sportfishing. Retrieved on 2011-03-06.

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