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RN de Junín--Lago Junín/Chinchaycocha
Even though Lake Titicaca has a much larger area, its eastern half is located on Bolivian territory. Lake Junin is an important birdwatching destination in the country. Most of the lake is located in the Junin Province of the Junin Region , its northwestern tip belongs to the Pasco Province which is in the Pasco Region. The surface elevation of the lake is located at 4, The lake is on the upper reaches of the Mantaro River within the Amazon River catchment. There is a hydroelectric power station which regulates the water level of the lake at the outflow of the lake, through the Upamayo Dam. In years of abundant rains, fluctuations in the water level are moderate, but in years of drought water level may drop 1.
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Close to the lake, a kind of pique-nique stop or observatory aera. Amazing view at the lake and mountains! Lot of birds. Cyclists cool take water at the river, a few kilometers above, coming from north. We can confirm this is the National reserve and the ranger came after 10 minutes. They wanted us to registrate in the village and pay 15 Soles Pp. But the ranger was very nice, we didn't have cash so we said that we can continue away from the reserve but he told us it's getting dark and we can stay for free: Very beautiful and quiet place.
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