Guided Day Treks

*Each day trek includes a picnic* 

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Cotton Wood Trail - Day Trek

Duration: 6 hours

Distance: 5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Location: Big Horn Mountains

Season: May - October 
Price/person:

2 person: $240/person
3 people: $190/person
4 people: $170/person
5 people: $140/person
6 people: $130/person
7
 people: $115/person
8 people: $100/person

Pass through a scenic BEAUTIFUL canyon of steep cliffs on a trail taking your group and your llamas through lush vegetation. Then take a break with our lovely llamas and enjoy our special picnic.

You'll be glad you brought the pack animals along as the trail ascends to stunning views of the Big Horns.

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Sheep Mountain - Day Trek

Overlook the dramatic Buffalo Bill Reservoir after a hike through a rocky canyon and Wild West terrain you'll only find in Yellowstone Country. Ascend to 7,000 feet without an ounce of gear to carry for big views with lovably stoic furry companions. And of course with a lovely picnic at the top.  
Duration: 4 hours

Distance: 5 miles

Difficulty: Hard

Location: Cody, Wyoming

Season: May - October 
Price/person:
2 person: $220/person
3 people: $180/person
4 people: $170/person
5 people: $140/person
6 people: $125/person
7 people: $110/person
8 people: $90/person

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Upper Five Springs Trail

Duration: 5 hours

Distance: 4 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Location: Big Horn Mountains

Season: Spring - Fall 

Price/person:
2 person: $220/person
3 people: $180/person
4 people: $170/person
5 people: $140/person
6 people: $125/person
7 people: $110/person
8 people: $90/person

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Four Bear Trail

Duration: 5 hours

Distance: 6 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Location: Near the East entrance of Yellowstone

Season: Spring - Fall 

Price/person:
2 person: $220/person
3 people: $180/person
4 people: $170/person
5 people: $140/person
6 people: $125/person
7 people: $110/person
8 people: $90/person


The Four Bear Trail also intersects the Jim Mountain Trail about two miles east of the U.S. Forest Service Jim Mountain Trailhead. The elevation ranges from 5,600 feet to 7,600 feet. 

Spectacular views are offered of the North Fork Shoshone River valley and fascinating volcanic spires, turrets and banded rock formations. Wildlife such as deer, elk, and numerous bird species such as golden eagles and mountain bluebirds are often found in the trail area.
 

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Luce & Hogan

Duration: 4 hours

Distance: 3 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Location: Below the Shoshone national forest mountains

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Season: Spring - Fall 
Price/person:

2 person: $200/person
3 people: $180/person
4 people: $160/person
5 people: $140/person
6 people: $130/person
7 people: $115/person
8 people: $100/person
This is the PERFECT trek when you have younger ones. Flat Ground with 2 BEAUTIFUL reservoirs Hogan & Luce with the Shoshone Mountains right next to us, 

Want to fish but couldn't bring any gear? Tack on anther $15/person and we will provide the gear to get you fishing!

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Explore Cloud Peak Wilderness

 

Over Night Llama Trips

Unforgettable Experiences

Each one of these trips  listed are a minim of 4 people.

Deer Lake

3 Day / 2 Night

3 Day- 2 Night Llama Glamping. We trek in to our lovely base camp, where you can expect streams, beautiful  alpine lakes wild flowers and abundant wildlife! Is fishing is your thing, you won't find a variety like you can here between Brook Trout, Cut Throat, Arctic Grayling & Golden Trout.
1,450/ person

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Golden Views

4 Days / 3 Nights

If your idea of a perfect vacation includes fishing for the elusive Golden Trout you won't find a more BEAUTIFUL place to float your fly. All Gear will be provided besides your fishing licenses.
$1,600/ person 

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Bomber Mountain

5 Days / 4 Nights

If you like History bomber mountain has a story to be told - Bomber Mountain gets it name from an aviation accident that took place during WWII in 1943,  a B-17 bomber in flight for England crashed into the mountain towards the summit. The entire crew perished and the wreckage was not discovered until after the war. Debris from the wreckage still remains.
$1,950/ person

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BigHorn National Forest

Discover Nature

 

Cotton Wood Creek  Trail

Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night

Distance: 6-14 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Location: Big Horn Mountains

Season: Spring - Fall 

Rate: $780 / $1190

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YellowStone National Forest

Get out & Explore

 
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Sheep Mountain

Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night

Distance: 2-6 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Location: Cody Wyoming

Season: Spring - Fall 

Rate: $580/person 

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Hogan & Luce

Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night

Distance: 2-6 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Location: Cody Wyoming

Season: Spring - Fall 

Rate: $680/person 

 

Hogan & Luce All Inclusive: Two remote lakes located at the base of Bold Ridge with exceptional Trout fishing this is where we start of camping and work our way up the mountain where you pick how far you want to go with your companionship Llama. The further you go the more spectacular the view. Perfect when you have Little ones. 

 
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Four Bear

Duration: 2 days / 1 night

Distance: 6-12 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Location: Cody Wyoming 

Season: Spring - Fall 
$680/person

 

Adventure on Four Bear

Right outside of Wapiti and the East entrance of Yellowstone National Park you will find your self at the Four Bear Trail Head where the  adventure begins. In the first 5 miles the trail climbs a vast array of landscapes starting out in the badlands and flat prairies that are covered in sage brush and cactus, moving your way up through the creek beds and then on to some breath taking rock formations. Then reaching the summit you crest through the forest and come across the speculator view of numerous mountain peaks 

 
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Prepare for Your Trip

This will be a wilderness trip and we practice low-impact camping. It would be of great help if you pack light! The below listed required minimal gear is really all you need to have a wonderful wilderness experience with us.


A waterproof stuff sack will be provided for your clothing that will be received and packed the night before departure. It is 12" x 25", and all of the above clothing gear will fit into the sack and should weigh no more than 18 pounds. Your camera, medications, mosquito repellent, sunscreen, sunglasses, compass, water bottle, and rain gear will be in your readily accessible day pack.


The day of departure will dictate as to what type of clothing we will start out in. Remember, we supply all of your camping gear, but some people prefer to bring their own, so please let us know what gear


If you are planning to bring, sleeping bags, tents, and pads let us know so we may be prepared.

 

What to Pack

  • Recommended Gear and Clothing List

  • 1 pair long pants

  • 1 pair of hiking shorts Light poly underwear (if you're cold blooded in evening) Light wool or synthetic socks with poly liners if needed

  • Heavy/med sweater (wool) and fleece jacket vest, or medium jacket T-shirts and/or synthetic shirts

  • Stocking hat (wool or fleece) Visor cap or baseball cap Light gloves (wool or synthetic)

  • Good quality full rain gear protection Hiking boots (worn in).

  • Low hiking shoes are adequate but increase the risk of an ankle injury and wet socks

  • Hiking sandals, aqua shoes, or tennis shoes for crossing rivers

  • Swimsuits (if you are brave enough to bare the cold water)

  • A good wide mouth water bottle or water pack

  • Sunglasses

  • Sunscreen

  • Mosquito repellent (100% DEET)

  • Camera

  • Flashlight/headlamp with spare batteries,

  • Compass (optional)

  • A good paperback or digital book

  • Day pack-with waterproof cover or lined with a plastic sack

  • Personal medications (a standard first aid kit will be provided),

  • One wash cloth/towel/biodegradable soap (no phosphates),

  • Emergency whistle

  • Fly-fisherman

  • Head nets

  • Bio-soap

  • BPA free 1qt water-wide mouth water bottles

  • Other knick-knacks