Gray Lake

Gray Lake

Information about Gray Lake

Direccion: Parque nacional Torres del Paine - See on the Map

Lake Gray, is a body of water of glacial origin located in the western part of Torres del Paine National Park, in the Province of Ultima Esperanza, XII Region.

This lake has an area of 3250 ha, a length of 16.5 km, a maximum width of 4.25 km and a minimum width of 1.37 km. It belongs to the great binational basin of the Serrano River.

The largest source of Gray Lake, and the origin of its formation, is the huge Gray Glacier, which flows into the northern sector of the lake. It is a mass of ice 6 kilometers wide and more than 30 meters high divided into two fronts.

You can know Gray Lake in the following excursions


 A sailing tour on the Gray lake among floating ice floes that show different fanciful forms and tonalities due to separation of these floes from the Gray glacier.

Full day tour to Torres del Paine National Park

The firt stop will be made in the thousand-year-old Milodón cave. A enormous natural accident with an incalculable anthropological value where is believed that the Patagonia primitive man lived close to the Milodón , a extinct herbivorous animal.

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