Queulat National Park is a national park of Chile located in the Aisen Region.The park is bordered by the Cisnes River on the south side and is neighbor to Lago Rosselot National Reserve. It contains 1,541 km2 (595 sq mi) of glacier-capped mountains and virgin evergreen forests.
In 1766, the Jesuit Father José García Alsue explored the area searching for the City of the Caesars. Other attractions in the park are the Queulat Sound, Father Garcia and The Condor Falls, and Cat's Stone.A characteristic feature of this park is the presence of Valdivian temperate rain forests. Various portions of the park receive up to 4,000 mm (157 in) of precipitation annually. In this wet environment typical trees include coihue and tepa.