Man wasn’t made to be cooped up in cubicles, cars, and living rooms. It’s well documented healthy eating and exercise does the mind and body good. We all know Mother Nature does have the power to heal with her stunning landscapes and fresh air. Now add a llama as your trail companion and life just got a whole lot better.
Located in the Paradise Valley just north of Yellowstone National Park sits the world class Sage Lodge. Influenced by fly fishing, Sage Lodge is our basecamp for day llama treks. Visit with the llamas and grab one for a trail companion, as we hike through the property soaking up the beautiful valley with the magnificent Emigrant Peak looming above. Once leaving the Sage Pond (which has great fly fishing for big rainbows), we’ll soon have our first glimpses of the valley and Yellowstone River.
Leaving the river view behind, we then will hike toward the famous Emigrant Peak as we make our way through the prairie landscape headed for the stream lined with cottonwoods. Whitetail deer are plentiful in the area as well as foxes, coyotes, eagles, and owls.
Nature Llama Treks, $75/person
2-hr and custom guided llama treks. Great for families, kids, corporate retreats, groups and couples. Get out and stretch, unplug and hike with a llama. Now you can say you hiked Sage Lodge with Llamas!
The Llama Sundowner, $150/person
Add an evening of food and drinks to our Llama Treks. A great way to relax, slow down, and restore. Featured every Friday evening July and August. Space limited. Book early.