National Geographic : 1916 Aug
Photograph byBailey Willis LAKE NAHUEL HUAPI: ARGENTINE ANDES View from the outlet of the lake, where the Rio Limay (Limay River) leaves it, toward the Andes. The lake is60miles long, winding tothe right behind the promontory and penetrating to the heart of the Andes. The new transcontinental railway between Puerto San Antonia, Argen tina, and Valdivia, Chile, will cross the Limay at this point and skirt the lake opposite the range. Mount Tronador, thehighest visible peak, has an altitude of II,400 feet.