A pleasant country walk accompanied by your own llama companion
Head out on a fun-filled guided trek through both open and woodland
Visit some llama mothers and babies in the farm and breeding centre
Explore the visitor centre and feel free to bring along a picnic!
Llamas are perfect companions for an English country walk - affectionate, intelligent and happy to carry all your stuff! Begin with an informative introduction to llamas in the park and breeding centre's log cabin before embarking on your trek. Head out on a two hour adventure across country through a mixture of arable, pasture and woodland, taking in some pretty incredible sights along the way (one llama is shared between a child and an adult). After the trek, pay a visit to the farm to visit some llama mothers and babies and feel free to explore the park's visitor centre and gift shop which includes a host of wonderful 'llamarabilia'! Also, feel free to enjoy a picnic on the farm sample one of the local inns.
Llama treks are available all year round, any day of the week (with the exception of Christmas, Boxing and New Year's Days). We recommend booking with at least several weeks advance notice for the most popular peak summer weekend dates.
Two adults (over 18) to accompany up to two children who MUST be aged 8 - 12 years old. All participants must be reasonably fit and able to walk several miles (around three and a half to four). There's disabled access to the visitor centre.
Trekking may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions. Please call the centre before you leave if the weather looks bad or if there has been recent bad weather.
Your trek will last for around two hours. Please arrive 10 - 15 minutes in advance of the booked time to ensure a prompt start. The trek cannot be held up and any latecomers will forfeit their place.
Numbers on the Day
Your trek consists of a small group of up to six people, your llamas and your guide.
Only paying guests may attend. Dogs are not permitted.
Dress for a walk in the country, in long trousers, sturdy waterproof clothes and footwear, plus a hat on a cold day. Some spare wellies, rain capes and gaiters are kept at the farm for use by customers just in case.
Please note you won't ride the llamas. They are trusting creatures and must be treated with respect at all times. Lunch is not included.