Llama Hikes In Wyoming

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Just two hours drive from busy Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks is the pristine wilderness of the Wind River and Absaroka Mountains, and the unique beauty and solitude of the Red Desert and Sweetwater Canyon in western Wyoming. Lander Llama Company arranges and guides customized llama pack trips. With a llama to carry your pack, you are at your leisure to experience the breathtaking scenery of glacial valleys, subalpine lakes, red rock canyons, and abundant wildlife.
Llamas are remarkably gentle, sure footed creatures native to the Andes Mountains of South America where they have been domesticated for use as pack animals for 6,000 years. The average llama weighs 350 lbs and is capable of carrying 65 to 100 pounds for many miles. These graceful creatures have a low impact on the environment, having padded, doglike feet, and they forage like deer.
As featured in......
The Last Mountain Man- by David Roberts
National Geographic Traveler May/June 2011
National Geographic Adventure
New York Times-Sophisticated Traveler New York Times-Sophisticated Traveler
Lander Llama Co. on Oprah Winfrey Show
Llama Trekking in Cowboy Country, by Marilyn Pribus
LLC on ESPN "The Sporting Life" LLC in "In Flight Magazine"
Rambling the Winds, by David Roberts A Llama For Mama, by Michael Konik At A Llamas Pace, by Linda Crouch
 "Rambling Through The Wind's"

David Roberts

July 1991

 "A Llama For Mama"

Michael Konik

.August 1993

"At A Llamas Pace" 

Linda Crouch.

Sept/Oct 1996

Guest Photo Album
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Lander Llama Company

2024 Mortimore Lane

Lander WY 82520

Voice: 307-332-5624

Reservations: 307-332-5624

e-mail: Info@WyomingHiking.com

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