Rocky Mountain Family Llama Adventure
Estes Park, CO
- Waterfalls & Lakes
- Comfortable Camping
- High Country Day Hikes
- Flexibility for Families
- Bonding With Llamas
- Mountain Creeks & Rivers
This llama-supported Rocky Mountain Adventure takes us to a remote lake where we have a layover day to explore the high country. Llamas and guides do the heavy lifting so that you can spend all of your energy on simply enjoying the hikes. This trip is all about forests, mountains, big views and making friends with some very personable llamas. Requiring just 3 days total, and with friendly llama companions and moderate hiking, this trip is – as the name implies – fantastic for families! Our personable, expert guides will make sure your family has the hiking experience of a lifetime with wonderful, customized meals; a flexible itinerary; and just the right amount of adventure to fit what you’re looking for!
$1785 Per Person
DIFFICULTY LEVEL 2
Scale of 1-5. 1 is least difficult; 5 is most difficult
Primarily our hikes on this trip are on well-maintained trails with gradual inclines. The difficulty of this trip (hiking distance and elevation change) will largely depend on the group’s ability and motivation level. Ratings reflect maximum hiking distances.
- Hiking uphill or downhill with a 10-20 lb backpack for 4-6 hours
- Maintaining balance and footing on lightly rugged terrain
SOLITUDE LEVEL 3
We rate this Colorado llama trek a solitude 3. You can expect to have hours of solitude at a time.
TRAVEL TO ESTES PARK
All Rocky Mountain National Park trips begin and end from Estes Park, Colorado. Estes Park does not have an airport. The most convenient airport is Denver International Airport (DIA), which is served by most major airlines and is an inexpensive airport to fly into. From DIA one can take a shuttle or rent a car to reach Estes Park. It is a 1.5-hour drive from DIA to Estes Park on good roads.
Denver to Estes Park Shuttles
Estes Park Shuttle: 970-586-5151
This trip is only available as a private tour.