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Wild Earth Llama Adventures

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Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Taos, NM 87571
+1 800-758-5262
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A highlight of our trip

We did the take a llama to lunch day hike and this was the highlight of our vacation for our two... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2013
Florida Peruvian meets New Mexico Llamas

I have always associated llamas with Peru since that is where my parents are from. Taking a Llama... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2013
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Llama Trekking Adventures in New Mexico's Pristine Wilderness! "Take a Llama to Lunch!" Wilderness Day Hikes Multi-Day Wilderness Adventures Custom Wilderness Events What's Llama Trekking? Llama Trekking is Hiking and Camping with our team of eco-friendly trail llamas, in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Rio Grande Gorege, near Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico. On the trail, our gentle surefooted llamas carry the gear, leaving you unburdened to experience the natural beauty and inspiring solitude of the New Mexico wilderness. Experienced Naturalist Guides share information about local ecology, natural history, regional folklore, and wilderness skills. Backcountry Gourmet Meals are served on all of our New Mexico wilderness trips. All ages and fitness levels are welcome! Call us to answer any questions of to make reservations!
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Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Taos, NM 87571
+1 800-758-5262

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Reviewed 5 September 2013

We did the take a llama to lunch day hike and this was the highlight of our vacation for our two girls, ages 13 and 11. (The ballooning we did the day before was also fantastic. Try them both for an unforgettable two day experience)....More

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Reviewed 5 September 2013

I have always associated llamas with Peru since that is where my parents are from. Taking a Llama to lunch trip was AWESOME! Trip guide Stuart's knowledge of wild plants, local and international culture, wildlife and of course llamas was refreshing! it has been a...More

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Reviewed 11 August 2013

This was our second time to do a llama day hike with Wild Earth and the second time was just as magical as the first. Stuart Wilde is truly an exceptional guide and not only has a deep knowledge of the area but really has...More

Thank Jill B
Reviewed 9 August 2013

We just got back from our 3 day/2 night, family (myself/husband/kids, 13 and 17 years old) vacation with Wild Earth Llama Adventures. We did the Heart Lake and Latir Mesa trail (elevation gain of approximately 3,800 feet). We are intermediate hikers and although the trail...More

Thank Jill J
Reviewed 1 August 2013 via mobile

We had so much fun with Stuart and our llamas. He was very knowledgeable about the area and all the wildlife and prepared a great lunch for us. All the Ilamas have been rescued, which is so cool. This is fun for young and old...More

Thank Abby S
Reviewed 26 July 2013

My husband and I took the Llama to Lunch day hike. It was truly the highlight of our already wonderful Taos trip. The llamas were sweet and two of them "talked" a lot...really funny, cute noises! Stuart was really nice and so organized and made...More

Thank Katie H
Reviewed 17 July 2013

Each year our family takes an adventure trip. This year we went hiking with Stuart and his llamas and had an incredible time. From the moment we arrived at Clayton Corral to our return a day later we experienced the beauty of Northern New Mexico...More

Thank JerryMary528
Reviewed 17 July 2013

We took our 5 grandkids ranging from 5 -12 years old. We all had a blast. Stuart was great with the kids. We have got to know Stuart from camping in Columbine National Camp ground and seeing him lead the Llama hikes. The kids were...More

Thank Roger S
Reviewed 16 July 2013 via mobile

My only regret is that we didn't have a longer trip. Stuart was great from his knowledge to his cooking. The trip would not have been the same if he wasn't there. K2 was a hard head, and he kept me entertained the whole trip....More

Thank Tristan M
Reviewed 12 July 2013

This is a once-in-a-lifetime, not-to-be-missed adventure. Our family of four has done a bit of traveling and we all unanimously agreed that not only was our Llunch with a Llama excursion our favorite memory from our 2-week New Mexico road trip, but one of our...More

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Norah F
24 January 2017|
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Response from LeahWilde | Property representative |
HI, thank you for your interest in Wild Earth Llama Adventures. We meet at the trailhead at 10:30am, after a full day of hiking and exploring at a relaxed pace, we get you back to your car around 3:30-4:00pm. Please give... More
Karen T
21 June 2015|
Response from Jonathan J | Reviewed this property |
I am in my late 60s and took the multi-day excursion. I wouldn't recommend that at all (for someone not active-- they have had older adults). It's quite strenuous. OTOH, the Lunch trip is 5 miles (2+ miles in, eat, and 2... More
11 March 2015|
Response from llamatrek | Property representative |
Hi and Thanks for your question. We see many families with small children each year, and the kiddos just love it. In our experience, llamas give kids super hiking powers. Kids bond and feel a sense of responsibility for... More