Llama trips in Yellowstone advertised on this site are conducted by Llama Adventures Unlimited LLC, DBA Access Wild, an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service.
People from across the globe make their pilgrimage to the famous Yellowstone National Park, USA with over 4.1 million visitors each year boasting the fourth most visited National Parks. Rocky Mountain (4.6 million) and Grand Canyon (6.4 million) are just in front but Great Smoky Mountains at tops them all of at 11.4 million visitors annually.
Yellowstone NP has a unique place in history. It sits atop an enormous volcano now referred to as the Yellowstone supervolcano, with its unusual hydrothermal and geological features. It was also the first National Park of the United States established in 1872 long known for its geysers, hot springs, wildlife and dynamic landscape. It truly a remarkable area that really just makes you feel different.
Get Away from the Crowds. Let’s Hike a Trail
With 4.1 million visitors annually, the majority of those travelers visit Yellowstone in the summer months. July and August are the prime time months and travel in Yellowstone can be unexpected. Lamar Valley can be slow drive through with the “bison traffic jams”. Artist Point and any other known vantage points can be flooded with people if there’s easy access from a vehicle. This can be a problem when you want to experience nature uninhibited, unobstructed views, peace and quiet and the smells of fresh natural air. Let’s get away from the crowds and hike a trail with llamas!
Join us as we venture into Yellowstone National Parks backcountry for an incredible wilderness experience and picnic. Let llamas carry our picnic setup, food and beverages while you get to hike with a great trail companion. Beginning July 1 each year, we have some great options for day hikes with llamas from YNP north entrance at Gardiner, MT or south of Big Sky, MT.
Private Day Hike Rates:
Interested in fly fishing and llamas? Add $100/person supplemental for fly fishing. Includes all gear and tackle.
$275/person | Minimum 4 people or equivalent cost
Distance: 4-5 Miles round trip
Duration: 4-6 Hours
Elevation ±: 1015 ft
Private day hikes are only open to your party. Includes wilderness picnic with your dietary preference, your own pack llama trail companion. Trekking poles upon request. Does not include transportation to trailhead, gratuities (10-20% suggested), park entrance fees, YNP fishing license, personal clothing including rain gear and sun protection. Must wear closed toe shoes or boots.
Custom day hikes and trips available. Please call 406.600.3835 or email Dennis@MontanaLlamaGuides.com