Argentinian Lake

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The Argentinian Lake is the source of the Santa Cruz River and the third-largest lake in South America. The special color of the water is due to a very fine powder produced by glacial abrasion, called “glacial meltwater.” Almost all nature-oriented activities are offered in the towns located in the Lake District. Visitors can go trekking, skiing, kayaking, rock climbing, and fishing, which is especially popular among tourists who go there for the ultimate Patagonia fishing experience.