Lago del desieto glaciar huemul
South America

A 37 Km. de El Chaltén por la Ruta 23 se encuentra el Lago del Desierto, en donde se podrá admirar un hermoso paisaje rodeado de exuberante vegetación. En el lago además se puede realizar navegaciones hacia la otra orilla y pesca con mosca.

Subiendo por un bosque de lengas desde la cabecera Sur del Lago del Desierto se puede llegar hasta la Laguna Huemul, donde desagua y se deshace en témpanos el Glaciar Huemul.

Copyright: Darío bonetti
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Uploaded: 24/05/2011
Updated: 10/06/2011


Tags: lago del desieto; glaciar huemul; parque nacional los glaciares; el chaltén; santa cruz; patagonia; argentina; laguna huemul; huemul glacier; los glaciares national park
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