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Here are the 4 lakes we have listed within Argentina > Patagonia > Santa Cruz - compared by Deepest Lakes.

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Lake Name Maximum depth in feet Lake Description
Lago O'Higgins
(Santa Cruz, Argentina / Chile)
2,743 Lago O'Higgins Pictures Lago O'Higgins Message Forums Also known as: Lago Bernardo O'Higgins, Lago San Martin
Reaching Lago O'Higgins on the Chile/Argentina border takes some effort. Lago O'Higgins is known as Lago San Martin on the Argentina side. Located in the Patagonian Aisen (or Aysen) Region, Lago O'Higgins is the deepest lake in the Americas. With a maximum depth of 2,743 feet, this is not only the deepest ...
Lago General Carrera
(Santa Cruz, Argentina / Chile)
1,936 Lago General Carrera Pictures Lago General Carrera Message Forums Also known as: General Carrera Lake, Lago Buenos Aires
Indisputably one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders, the Marble Cathedral of Lago General Carrera is one that most people will never see. This large turquoise lake is in the Patagonia region of Chile and crosses the border into Argentina where it is known as Lake Buenos Aires. The second-largest ...
Argentino Lake
(Santa Cruz, Argentina)
1,640 Argentino Lake Pictures Argentino Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lago Argentino, Lake Argentino
Argentino Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Argentina, covers a massive 362,255 acres in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. The lake lies within the Los Glaciares National Park, tucked away in the Andes Mountains. The landscape of the area is definitely unique with its massive ice ...
Viedma Lake
(Santa Cruz, Argentina)
997 Viedma Lake Pictures Viedma Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lago Viedma
One of the most spectacular destinations in the Patagonia region of Argentina is Viedma Lake. Locally known as Lago Viedma, this massive lake is formed by the Viedma glacier in Glaciers National Park. With an estimated surface area of nearly 270,000 acres, Viedma Lake is one of the largest glacially-formed ...
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