Ibáñez River

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Ibañez River
Carretera Austral vista.jpg
Ibañez River Valley with a switchbacked section of the Carretera Austral named Cuesta del Diablo.
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Ibañez River in the Aysén Region
Country Chile
Physical characteristics
River mouth General Carrera Lake
217 m (712 ft)
Length 88 km (55 mi)[1]
Basin features
Basin size 2,377 km2 (918 sq mi)[1]

The Ibáñez River is a river of Chile located in the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region. It has its origin in the skirts of Hudson volcano and flows south-east through the Andes into the General Carrera Lake. The river borders the south side of Cerro Castillo National Reserve, home to Cerro Castillo.

Puerto Ingeniero Ibáñez is located close to the mouth of the river.


  1. ^ a b Errázuriz, Ana María (1998). Manual de geografía de Chile. 

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Coordinates: 46°17′46″S 71°57′16″W / 46.29611°S 71.95444°W / -46.29611; -71.95444