Let llamas lug your gear in Jackson Hole and Wyoming’s Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Jackson Hole Llamas

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Llama trekking in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Headquartered in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Jackson Hole Llamas offers one-day Jackson Hole llama hikes and multi-day llamas trekking trips. One-day Jackson Hole llama hikes meet at 9:30 in the morning at Trailhead in the Teton Range and hike approximately four to five miles in five hours. The hike includes stopping for a picnic lunch. Guests may also choose from five llama trekking trips ranging from three to five days. Llama treks are through the Jedediah Smith Wilderness or Yellowstone National Park. Depending on the trip, wild environments may include alpine lakes, geothermal areas, and waterfalls.

One-Day Jackson Hole Llama Hikes

On these one-day Jackson Hole llama hikes, hikers cover 2 to 2.5 miles along a creek to a picnic lunch and return by the same route. The path passes through alpine forest and hillsides showing off wildflowers. Guides provide interpretive commentary along the way. Children must be 7 years old to hike. There may be exceptions to this if the parents are willing to carry the children or shorten the hike if necessary. No mixing kids with no-kids groups unless everyone agrees.

Llama Trekking Trips in the Yellowstone Ecosystem

Hike multi-day trips on the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem that you share with bald eagles, moose, elk, grizzly and black bear wolves, and other wild creatures. Llamas carry gear to lighten your load and increase the pleasure of hiking.

  • Badger Creek Trip (3 or 4 days) Hike to camp on the west slope of the Tetons in Jedediah Smith Wilderness. Day hikes from camp include Dead Horse Pass and Crow’s Nest. Lots of wildflowers. Rated a moderate hike.
  • Green Lakes – Granite Basin Loop (5 days) Hike in Jedediah Smith Wilderness bordering Grand Teton National Park. Day hikes from camp include Crow’s Nest and 11,000-foot Little’s Peak. Rated a moderate to strenuous hike.
  • Alaska Basin in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness (4 days) Camp and explore in the heart of the Teton Range. Teton backcountry hiking. Rated a strenuous hike.
  • Dunanda Falls in Yellowstone National Park (3 days) Camp on Boundary Creek.  Soak in natural hot pools at Dunanda Falls. Hike to nearby waterfalls. Autumn is a choice season for this trip. The trip is rated easy to moderate.
  • Bechler & Dunanda Falls in Yellowstone National Park. (5 days) Camp at the head of Bechler Canyon. Day hike to Colonnade and Iris Falls along the Bechler River.  On the third night camp at Boundary Creek. Hike to Silver Scarf Falls and soak in the warm pools below Dunanda Falls. Rated easy to moderate.

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