We moved along a short distance to the next campsite to see if we could find an Alerces tree.

Apparently they were all cut down for lumber and construction. There are a few left in the park. One solo tree about 300 yrs. And one about 800 yrs. If you really want to see the oldest one, you have to pay 100 CND to take a 2 hr ferry to see it across the lake.

We opted to hike in to see the 800 yr old tree.

We then opted for pizza and a bottle of red wine from Mendoza!