What you'll do
Join us and our llamas for a 2-mile nature walk and explore the trails on our farm. We'll walk trails along our pastures and into the woods with your own llama companion. You'll learn the history of the camelid family, llama domestication, and how llamas are used today. We'll also have the opportunity to tour the farm facility, meet the rest of the herd, and learn more about how we prepare and use their fiber.
- Responsible interactions
All hosts must follow guidelines created with World Animal Protection.
- Caring expert hosts
Learn from biologists, conservationists, farmers, and more.
- Diverse animals
Meet over 300 kinds of animals, from alpacas to zebras.
For over 30 years we have been raising, showing, breeding, and training champion llamas in Albemarle county, and were among the first llama breeders in Virginia, winning national-level titles. We regularly host llama shows and fiber festivals both on our farm and around the state. Your hosts for the treks will be Paige and Steven. They began hosting and offering trekking with llamas in 2017 on their farm, and at local parks and trails.
Water will be provided
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Where you'll be
We will be walking through pasture, along creeks and streams on a guided nature walk with our llamas.
Things to keep in mind
For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days before the experience is scheduled to start or within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 6 guests ages 10 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. Each child under 10 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and will share a llama on the trails with an adult. When booking for children…
We reserve the right to cancel an experience in the event of bad weather. Each child under 10 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and will share a llama on the trails with an adult. Please do not ask to bring your pup as saying ‘no’ makes us sad.
Nature Walks with Llamas