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Traful Lake

Traful Lake is a lake in the Argentine province of Neuquen with an area of 70 km. The lake is the starting point of the Traful River that empties into the Nahuel Huapi Lake.

This lake is famous for its viewpoint on a 102 meters high glaciar cliff that offers a complete view of the lake and the entire valley. At the lake's shore lies the mountain town of Villa Traful, the main inhabited place in the lake area.

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Villa and Lake Traful

Traful Lake

Traful Lake

Picture of the Viewpoint

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