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Carretera Austral near Caleta Tortel. Rio Baker is Chile's largest river considering discharge. The river flows out of Bertrand Lake, which is fed by General Carrera Lake. It runs along the east side of the Northern Patagonian Ice Field and empties into the Pacific Ocean, near the town of Caleta Tortel. The catchment size is 26726 km², the mean flow is 870 m³/s. See PiP for color!