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About Our Treks

ImageThe treks are designed to be suitable for a range of differing levels of fitness or ability over varied terrain, so there is something to suit everyone - one of our existing routes is even wheelchair and pram friendly so no one is left out! The routes can be for as little as one and a half hours walking or up to five hours over a whole day for those looking for more of a challenge.

We have established routes to cover a delightful variety of picturesque countryside environments, from woodland to lakes and moorlands; or just a simple stroll along quiet country lanes.

Pictures of recent treks will be posted by permission of participants on our website for you to view with your friends and family.

Llama trekking is not recommended for very young children as they will have difficulty keeping up over a prolonged period, however our 'Meet The Llamas' (shorter trek) would be suitable for children 5 years and upwards.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Trekking In The Lake District

Our routes are based around the Eden Valley, North Lakes and Penrith. This is a popular market town close to the beautiful Lake District National Park and Lake Ullswater.

Our treks are completely suitable for the less seasoned walkers who would love to explore the surrounding area in an unusual and enjoyable way and are guaranteed to tempt you to find out more about your fascinating and friendly walking companion…the Llama.

More challenging treks can be undertaken by those intrepid walking enthusiasts amongst you. We are happy to explore new routes at your suggestion in and around the Lake district (no stiles or cattle grids please) please feel free to contact us with details.

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