Alpacaly Ever After… are thrilled to offer guided Llama treks for you, your family and your friends in our mixed group treks with a gang of fellow llama lovers! Trek through the Newlands Valley, one of the most picturesque valleys in the National Park. Be surrounded by the beauty of the Lake District World Heritage Site, as you hike between the summits of Catbells and Maiden moor, looking down over Derwent Water. Get to know our fascinating llamas up close along your journey, take part in feeding time, ask as many questions and take as many selfies as you like!
✓ There are plenty of opportunities for selfies with your llama buddy!
✓ Experience stunning Lake District views.. with furry friends too
✓ 12 month voucher – Dispatched directly into your inbox
How it Works
Once you have purchased your activity, we’ll send your E-Voucher and booking information directly to your inbox. Simply follow the instructions to book.
Don’t forget, you can book a night away with your date experience. Check out the ‘Book Accommodation’ tab to find out more. We do all the hard work to find you the best handpicked, nearby options for this particular experience.
Treks run every day except Tuesday and Wednesday. They run throughout the year but are weather dependent. It is important that you pre-book this activity.
We recommend you book at least 4 weeks in advance. All dates are subject to availability.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes before your allocated time slot. This allows for any toilet visits and to allow for any navigating issues.
This is a 2.5 hour experience. 15 minutes initial safety and handling session, followed by a 2 hour trek, before a 15 minute feeding session at the end.
What to wear
We recommend wearing hill walking boots. If you do not own any, these are available to hire for £5 if required. Please dress appropriately for the weather. We advise bringing a day pack with water, gloves, hat, extra jumper and waterproof jacket.
There is parking available on site.
No dogs allowed on site- Our alpaca and llama friends don’t get on with them sadly.
No under 16’s allowed due to health and safety reasons.
All visitors under 18 yrs must be accompanied by a parent as part of the booking.
We recommend a good level of fitness on uneven, steep terrain in all weathers. This is not a fast activity, but it is mountainous and has technical tracks.
In summer months, the Farm Café opens but closes in winter months.
No accompanying walkers on mixed group treks. All walkers must be paid for as part of the booking with either 1 llama per person or 1 llama between 2 people.
Enjoy a night away with your date experience… ♡
We do all the hard work in finding beautiful, highly rated hotels nearby to your experience.
We’ve narrowed it down to 2 for you. Simply click the links to view our selected recommendations.
Option 1 : The Royal Oak at Keswick
Approx. 20 minutes’ drive from your experience.
Central location in Keswick – walking distance to bars, restaurants and shops.
Welcoming pub with home-cooked food and cask ales.
Public car park nearby to the hotel (rates may apply)