The Panguipulli Lake (/ˌpæŋɡiˈpji/ PANG-gee-POO-yee; Spanish: Lago Panguipulli) is one of the "Seven Lakes" in Panguipulli municipality, southern Chile. The lake is of glacial origin and it is enclosed by mountain ranges of the Andes, on all sides except the west, where the town of Panguipulli lies in the Chilean Central Valley. The lake is drained by the Enco River that flows south to Riñihue Lake.

Panguipulli Lake
Lago Panguipulli
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LocationPanguipulli Commune, Valdivia Province, Los Ríos Region, Chile
Coordinates39°41′39″S 72°14′30″W / 39.69417°S 72.24167°W / -39.69417; -72.24167Coordinates: 39°41′39″S 72°14′30″W / 39.69417°S 72.24167°W / -39.69417; -72.24167
TypeGlacial, moraine-damed, ribbon
Primary inflowsLlanquihue River, Pullinque River
Primary outflowsEnco River
Basin countriesChile
Max. length29.78 km (18.50 mi)
Max. width14.81 km (9.20 mi)
Surface area116 km2 (45 sq mi)
Shore length1around 105 km (65 mi)
Surface elevationaround 130 m (430 ft)
IslandsGabriela Island
SettlementsPanguipulli, Choshuenco
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

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