Five Lakes Mountain Camp

Experience how mountains & nature soothe your mind while relaxing your body

The drive to the trailhead is long dirt road winding in and out of private land until getting into the canyon. This is a much longer drive on dirt roads and well worth it as you’ll be able to see a little bit of local history along the way.

Our trailhead is small and just before a big campground. Since this drive is little longer into the mountains, we gain more elevation and are closer to our basecamp than that of our 8-mile Lakeside Camp. Equally impressive, this trail starts in old growth forest following on the creek and slowly making our way higher in elevation. This too has tons of wildflowers along the way.

Incredible ridge hike with pack llamas. Great views!


Exercise, Eat Well, Reset Yourself

After 6 miles from the trailhead we’ll come upon our first alpine lake. But before reaching the lake, we’ll take a little detour to get an incredible view of the surroundings peaks. There’s a spot on the trail which will allows us to gain the ridge without too much trouble. From here, we’ll hike just a short distance before dropping into camp along a beautiful mountain stream with tons of wildflowers. The alpine lake is just a short distance from camp.

Five Lakes Mountain Camp  |  Llama Basecamp


Dates & Price:
July 17-20, 2023
July 24-27, 2023
$1750, 4-days/3-nights


All our trips will have 6-8 people. If you prefer a private group, please let us know and we can discuss arrangements

Included: All meals, beverages, snacks, and camping equipment including sleeping pads, sleeping bags, and backpacking tents. Also included is your own llama trail companion, trail guide, interpretation of the flora, fauna, geography and history.

Excluded: Airfare, arrival/departure hotel (can add at additional cost), Montana fishing license, gratuities (15-20% suggested).

Dueñas Ranch & Outfit, LLC dba Montana Llama Guides is authorized to use or occupy National Forest System lands to provide outfitting and guiding services within the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. Dennis L Dueñas Outfitter #49290