Llama Hiking Day Trips

Please call (970) 577-0790 to book


Rocky Mountain National Park Llama Hike

Experience the best of the Colorado backcountry with a guided llama hike near Estes Park. Our guided llama hikes feature a guided hike with the assistance of a friendly llama who will carry all of your gear — allowing you to thoroughly enjoy the hike. Kirks Mountain Adventures offers three, six, or eight-hour guided llama hikes in beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park. Our Colorado llama hikes are single day trips and take place near Estes Park.

Guided Llama Hike

Llama Day Trip

2 Person Minimum

Price per Llama

3 - Hour Trip

$135 per person $150

6 - Hour Trip

$165 per person $150

8 - Hour Trip

$190 per person $150

Please call (970) 577-0790 to book.


Reasons to Book a Guided Llama Hike in Estes Park

There truly are so many reasons for an Estes Park llama hike that we can't cover them all here. However, here are some great ones:

child rides a llama on a day hike

Because llamas can carry up to 60 pounds of gear, they can carry small children. This is great for families who love to go on long hikes, but their children aren't quite old enough to make it the full distance.

llama smiles for the photo showing their unique personalities

Once you're around our llamas, you'll see quite quickly their unique and quirky personalities. Each one is different and special, and you'll fall in love before your trip is over.

hiker travels in rocky mountain national park with their pack llama

Be ready to have other hikers stop and gawk at you (and they may even ask for a photo!). While hiking with llamas is gaining in popularity, they are still a novelty on the trails.


Llamas are calm, gentle creatures who don't make much of a fuss. Our llamas are well-trained, and you can expect a wonderful experience when you hike with a llama. Call today!

fun facts about llamas

The average lifespan of a llama is


Llamas are

social animals

Llamas can grow to be

Feet Tall

If you overload a llama, they will

lay down and refuse to move

Llamas have


rather than


that makes them sure-footed and soft-footed, leaving little impact on trails

Hiking with Llamas in Colorado

To put it bluntly, llamas are easy. They are fun to hike with, fun to watch, and can be downright entertaining. They are not picky about their food, they don't spook as much like horses (nor do they kick), and they are great camp guards, alerting you if a bear comes nearby.

Lunch/Snacks Included. Kids under 60 lbs may ride a llama.

Hear From Our Past Hikers