3 Hour Hanging Rock Llama Trek
Llamas make great hiking companions, and in fact the relationship goes far beyond them simply transporting your supplies. Llamas are naturally curious and very aware of their surroundings, often the first to spot wildlife along the trail. They enjoy new sights and become very much a partner in your adventure.
Llamas leave no more impact than a hiker. Horses are notorious for tearing up trails which leads to erosion. One of the great benefits of hiking with llamas is you get the same benefit as a pack horse, but without causing damage to our surroundings.
We can now offer a walk to visit Hanging Rock Reserve. A short walk leaving from the farm and returning after your visit to the iconic Hanging Rock. This includes entry to the reserve and morning/afternoon tea on your return. This experience is only available to children 12 and over for safety reasons as some the walk is on the road....
- Duration of trek: 3 hours
- Price per adult: $60
- Price per child: $40 (under 15)
- Maximum group size of 6 and minimum of 2 people.
- Walks are Thursday to Monday inclusive. ( no walks are offered Tuesday or Wednesday)...
- Base Price $60 / person
What’s Required of You?
Honestly, not much other than a desire for adventure, hiking, a love for stunning bush scenery, and a willingness to bond with a very unique and cool animal. We love them, and we think you will too. We do conduct a llama orientation before we hit the trail. At that time we’ll educate you on how to lead your llama, how to protect them, and what to watch out for while on the trail....
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