|Location||Panguipulli Commune, Valdivia Province, Los Ríos Region, Chile|
|Primary inflows||Huahum River|
|Primary outflows||Fui River|
|Basin countries||Chile, Argentina|
|Surface area||40 km2 (15 sq mi)|
|Settlements||Puerto Fuy, Puerto Pirihueico|
Pirihueico Lake (Spanish: Lago Pirihueico, Spanish pronunciation: [piɾiˈweiko] Pronounced: // PEE-ree-WAY-koh) is one of Seven Lakes in Panguipulli Commune, southern Chile. The lake is of glacial origin and it is enclosed mountains of the Andes. It is located in a geological fault that includes Panguipulli Lake and Lácar Lake in Argentina. The lake is drained by Fui River. Pirihueico Lake is used as a waterway due to its elonged shape. It is used mostly by vehicles traveling to or from Argentina by the nearby Huahum Pass. For that reason there is a ferry operating between Puerto Fuy and Puerto Pirihueico in the western respectively eastern extreme of the lake.
- Errázuriz, Ana María (1998). Manual de geografía de Chile.
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