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A llama trip full of assisted self exploration
If you’re looking for a unique and transformative vacation experience, look no further than the Wheel Llama Ranch. This rustic and picturesque ranch nestled in the mountains offers a one-of-a-kind trip that combines the beauty of nature with the power … Continue reading
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A llama trekking trip… a beautiful tool for your mental health arsenal
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s more important than ever to take a step back and focus on our mental health. One of the best ways to do this is by embarking on a trekking llama trip. These unique adventures offer … Continue reading
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More about Wheel Llama Ranch
We book trips on a first come basis. Other destinations can be arranged. We customize each trip length, and destination to fit your needs. Most of our trips range from 3 to 5 days. We meet at 8:00 AM the … Continue reading
Trip # 3 – South Fork Lakes (Trinity Alps). Elevation 6800′
South Fork Lakes Excellent pair of lakes. Lower lake set in a ring of lush grass, backed by tall firs, and hemlocks. Upper lake is surrounded by cliffs. Both lakes are excellent for swimming. It’s a moderate to strenuous 2 … Continue reading
Trip # 2 – Cliff Lake (Marble Mtns). Elevation 6100′
Hike through a forest broken by meadows, and creeks to a 52 acre stunning lake, set in a granitic basin. Day hike to Campbell Lake, Man Eaten Lake, and Summit Lake. This is a 6.1 mile moderate hike one way.
Trip # 1 – Campbell Lake (Marble Mtns). Elevation 5800′
Hike along Shakleford creek through a forest broken by meadows to a 33 acre beautiful lake. Day hike to stunning Cliff Lake, and Summit Lake. A 5.2 moderate hike one way.