Glaciar Viedma is a gigantic glacier flowing into the western end of Lake Viedma that exists primarily due to the ice that calves off the glacier and melts into the lake. The width of the glacier that touches the lake is about 1.2 miles and stretches back to the Southern Patagonian Ice Cap for many miles.
How to see it
Ice Trekking and Climbing
Photos of Glaciar Viedma
Map of Glaciar Viedma
Trips that visit Glaciar Viedma
This trip links two the two iconic parks of Patagonia, Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Park. Taking alternative routes past better known sites and visiting undiscovered gems along the way, trekking this trip is not for the faint…
An epic, in-depth tour of Patagonia, combining trips to Huerquehue National Park, the Queulat glacier, an isolated fishing village, a working estancia in Argentina and a king penguin colony in Tierra del Fuego, Torres del Paine, El Chalten and sections…