With the assistance of our llamas, you can hike and camp comfortably in the pristine Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem on a multi-day llama trekking trip. We’ll trek into the Jedediah Smith Wilderness or Yellowstone National Park, home to bald eagles, moose, elk, grizzly and black bear, wolves and more. These wild environments transcend words like breathtaking, magnificent and spectacular. Whether hiking at 10,000 feet amidst runoff streams, fields of wildflowers and high alpine lakes or through Lodgepole pine forests, expansive meadows, geothermal areas, rivers and waterfalls, you will return home from an unparalleled and unforgettable experience. Let’s go llamaneering!
Join us on one of the following trips or call us early and we can customize a trip to meet your schedule at 307.739.9582.
July 25-27 (3 days) $650 per person
August 2-5 (4 days) $850 per person
August 15-18 (4-days) $900 per person
Moderate hiking level
Badger Creek offers dramatic mountain geology and is located on the west slope of the Tetons in the heart of the Jedediah Smith Wilderness. Let us guide you into the backcountry to camp among the tall pines and the towering granite peaks. Day hikes from camp will include Dead Horse Pass or Crow’s Nest with magnificent views of the Tetons and surrounding mountain ranges. Did we mention the incredible display of wildflowers? Moderate hike to camp.
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Green Lakes – Granite Basin Loop
August 15-19 (5 days) $1050 per person
Moderate to strenuous hiking level
Join us for a hike in the high alpine country of the Jedediah Smith Wilderness bordering Grand Teton National Park. Spectacular scenery, bountiful wildflowers and picture-postcard sunsets create an unforgettable experience. From base camp you have the option for several day hikes. Whether you hike up Little’s Peak at 11,000 ft., explore Crow’s Nest, or have a relaxing day at camp, you will return home fully embraced by the beauty and natural wonder of this backcountry journey.
Alaska Basin in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness
September 6-9 (4 days) | $850 per person
Strenuous hiking level
Teton backcountry hikers agree that Alaska Basin is one of the most beautiful areas of the entire range, and in the entire Rocky Mountains. It is considered a “classic” Teton hike as we camp and explore the heart of the Teton Range. Promising outstanding alpine hikes and Teton views, this experience will be etched in your memory forever. This has been a favorite of our guides and guests. Hiking is strenuous, but well worth the effort.
Dunanda Falls in Yellowstone
August 31-September2 (3 days) $650 per person September 12-14 (3 days) $650 per person
Easy Moderate hiking level
This region of the park offers large open meadows, wildlife, geothermal features and cascading waterfalls. Not far from our beautiful Boundary Creek campsite is the magnificent Dunanda Falls. At the foot of the falls are natural hot pools that invite you to soak in their warm waters. Our day hike takes us to several of the Bechler’s many beautiful waterfalls. We don’t make promises, however, the fall colors can be phenomenal and you might hear the elk bugle on this trip. You can’t beat autumn in the Bechler! Easy to moderate hiking.
Bechler & Dunanda Falls in Yellowstone
September 19-23 (5 days) $1050 per person
Easy Moderate hiking level
Traveling the same route as the three day trip listed above, we will first camp at the head of the Bechler Canyon and day hike up to Colonnade and Iris Falls along the beautiful Bechler River. From there we move across the meadows to camp along the meandering, mesmerizing Boundary Creek on our third night. From base camp the next day, we will set out on an extended hike to Silver Scarf Falls and beyond, before enjoying a soak in the warm pools beneath the 150-foot Dunanda Falls. “Dunanda” is a Shoshone Indian word meaning “straight down.”