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Wonderful place

A wonderful place to visit while in Argentina or Chile. I have been there in early winter - not the... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2014
Palermo, Italy
You visit these parks because they are 5*

We came here to visit the ancient (4500 years old) Alerces tree. Unfortunately it was New Year's... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2014
Vancouver, Canada
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24 Jun 2014
“Wonderful place”
13 Jan 2014
“You visit these parks because they are 5*”
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Reviewed 24 June 2014

A wonderful place to visit while in Argentina or Chile. I have been there in early winter - not the right time definitely, due to the conditions of the unpaved road and to the closure of most trekking trails. Nonetheless I have enjoyed it a...More

1  Thank cicciobello_pa
Reviewed 13 January 2014

We came here to visit the ancient (4500 years old) Alerces tree. Unfortunately it was New Year's Eve and the boat (the only access) was not sailing. Nevertheless, the time spent in the park taking in a few of the shorter trails was simply amazing....More

4  Thank EandSmee
Reviewed 21 December 2013

Spent two nights at Bahia Rosales campgrounds in the park. A bit pricey at 100 pesos per day but the only site available as there was a mouse invasion in the park and no camping allowed in the "camping libre" areas… Only saw one mouse...More

Thank marquestra
Reviewed 28 March 2013

We hiked above several lakes and enjoyed beautiful vistas. There are several lakes connected by a river. One day we took a boat to a trail leading to a hanging glacier. The park has been left natural, mostly untouched by man.

1  Thank SharonJ50
Reviewed 23 February 2012

I had no idea Parque Nacional Los Alerces was so breathtaking. We camped three nights at the Lago Verde camping agreste (paid camping), which was perfect. We paid under $10 for a really pleasant campsite with hot showers and just up from an amazing beach...More

5  Thank judythr
Reviewed 13 January 2012

Before visiting the park we went to the tourist info cente in esquel to get ideas for walking. We were told to ask at the park headquarters which means you have to get off the bus at the first stop in the park. At the...More

8  Thank ChinaRich
Reviewed 24 January 2009

We spent 5 nights visiting the northern section of Los Alerces National Park. Here are some tips! • The drive from Bariloche and the time in Los Alerces was definitely worth doing. You get a sense of the raw beauty of Patagonia. The rivers, lakes...More

19  Thank Journeyer
Reviewed 11 February 2007

Beautiful series of glacial lakes connected by fast-flowing rivers. Wonderful trout fishing and good hiking trails. We stayed at the beuatiful Lago Verde Lodge (El Aura).

1  Thank ankiandlarry
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