Now taking reservations for 2016Enjoy a guided llama hike into the Shenandoah Valley of northern Virginia. Located just 1 ½ hours west of Washington, DC, Twin Creeks Llamas offers half-day hikes into the Blue Ridge Mountains with our llamas carrying a delicious picnic lunch. I prepare a 4 course "trail gourmet" lunch prepared with fresh ingredients and local produce, when available.
Break away from that humdrum routine and stressful work schedule and come on out to the country. Enjoy the rolling mountains, quiet forests, and fresh air scented with wildflowers, all made even better in the company of our cute and friendly llamas.
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Shenandoah Valley as you hike with a llama as your companion. Our guided hikes take you through meadows and rich forests, along brooks and streams, with views of the legendary Shenandoah River.
LLAMA LITE--Do you love llamas and want to spend an afternoon with them, but you're not really into a full 4 mile hike?
We have just the ticket for you. As an
alternative to our regular trek in the park, we offer a 3 hour picnic hike here on our
farm at Twin Creeks. My husband, Tim, and I are guides on the hike.
You will meet us here at the farm at 10:00 in the morning. We spend
about an hour in the barn getting acquainted with the llamas and
teaching you how to halter and lead the llamas.
Then we set out on our hike. We have 1 1/4 miles of groomed trails that meander through the woods and follow the banks of our two beautiful streams, Greasy Run and Gooney Creek. The trails are flanked on both sides by wildflowers that change with the seasons.
And the llamas enjoy cooling their feet in the stream, providing it is not too cold.
We offer the same "trail gourmet" lunch that we provide on our longer hikes. Besides being wonderful hiking buddies, the llamas carry everything for us.
The cost for our Twin Creeks Walk with Lunch is $55.00 per adult and $40.00 for children 12 and under.
Visit the Hikes page for information on trail options.
Check out a great review written by one of our guests. http://letsgotwo.com/blog/fa-la-la-llama
YouTube video collage of trek photos over the years