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Austral landscapes and strong winds, Lynch Lake features rich fauna and austral flora, where you can practice fly fishing. Access to Lynch Lake is not a dream anymore because the roads to it are being improved by Russfin Forestal.
Its attractions not only can be of use for tourism, but also the entire area can be exploited by the country´s uphold development.
Diverse resources (country´s uphold development). Flora and fauna that allow tourism activities.
Sport fishing, flora and fauna contemplation.
Twelfth region. Porvenir.
How to get there?
Santiago-Punta Arenas: Airway.
Tres Puentes (Punta Arenas)-Chilota Bay: Seaway.
Chilota Bay-Porvenir: Land route, through road around Inútil Bay. Getting to the 103 kilometer turn right to Cameron.
Cameron-Blanco Lake: Land route.
Blanco Lake- Lynch Lake: Land route.
When to go?
January, February, March, April, September, October, November, December.
In summer season the media temperature goes from 11,7° and 10,6°C; meanwhile in winter time the media temperature doesn´t pass the 2,5°C. The media rain is 440 milimiters per year.
Baquedano Mountain, Draga aurifera, Blanco Lake, Fernando Cordero Rusque Provincial Museum, Onaisin, Alberto De Agostini Nacional Park, Porvenir, Condor River, Almirantazgo Inlet, Los Castores Valley.
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Lynch Lake touristic attractions
Near touristic attractions
|Baquedano Mountains||11 mi|
|Punta Arenas||21 mi|
|Magallanes National Reserve||25 mi|
|Penguin Natural Monument||27 mi|
|Cerro de la Cruz||27 mi|
|Bulnes Fort||30 mi|
|Parrillar Lagoon National Reserve||32 mi|
Destinations by Areas of Chile
|Atacama Desert and Altiplano|
|La Serena, beaches and astronomy|
|Valparaíso, Santiago and Vineyards|
|Lakes and Volcanoes District|
|North Patagonia and Black Forest|
|South Patagonia and Torres del Paine|