Viedma Glacier

Local nameGlaciar Viedma

Viedma Glacier is a large glacier that is part of the huge Southern Patagonian Ice Field, located at the southern end of mainland South America. Viedma Glacier is a valley glacier and its moraine-rich terminus flows into the western end of Lake Viedma, which is fed primarily by its melting ice. Viedma Glacier is located in the undefined part of the limit between Chile and Argentina, in Argentinian legislature it is in Los Glaciares National Park which was declared a World Heritage Site in 1981. in Chilean legislature part of it is in Bernardo O'Higgins National Park. The Southern Patagonian Ice Field is 13,000 square kilometres; Viedma Glacier is one of the Ice Field's 48 outlet glaciers that have more than 20 square kilometres of ice field area each.

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Coordinates -49°20'45.751" N -73°17'0.839" E

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