Bertrand Lake

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Bertrand Lake
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Bertrand Lake and grey-watered Plomo Lake
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Bertrand Lake in the Aysén Region
Coordinates 46°55′S 72°50′W / 46.917°S 72.833°W / -46.917; -72.833Coordinates: 46°55′S 72°50′W / 46.917°S 72.833°W / -46.917; -72.833[1]
Primary inflows General Carrera Lake
Primary outflows Baker River
Basin countries Chile
Surface area 67.5 km2 (26.1 sq mi)[2]
References [1][2]

Bertrand Lake is a Chilean lake located in the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region. It is separated from Plomo Lake by a terminal moraine and is flanked on the west by the summits of the Cordón Contreras.

The village of Puerto Bertrand is located at the southern tip of the lake, where Baker River originates.


  1. ^ a b Earth Info, webpage: "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-05-04. Retrieved 2010-06-27. .
  2. ^ a b "Principales ríos, embalses, lagos y lagunas de Chile". Panorama Económico Social: las regiones de Chile 1990 - 2005. MIDEPLAN, INE. Retrieved 2008-06-04.