Strong and gentle, quiet and agile, llamas are the perfect companion for a pack trip into Montana’s Glacier Country. With their padded foot, cleanliness, calm nature and ability to browse on a variety of vegetation, llamas have no more impact in the high country than a deer. Alert and surefooted, these beautiful Andean natives tote our gear with ease as we meander along the Swan Divide of the Flathead National Forest, a spectacular ridgetop trail with endless views of three surrounding wilderness areas, the Continental Divide and Glacier National Park. Our pinnacle trip takes you into a remote area of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex.  Swan Mountain Llama Trekking is the only llama operation with permits to go into the Bob Marshall Wilderness!

What to expect on our llama trekking trips

On all of our guided hiking trips we spend each night in a cozy campsite by one of the many alpine lakes which dot the area. Montana’s long summer evenings (it is light until 10:30 p.m.) give the ambitious plenty of time to climb a nearby summit to watch the sun set, while others stroll around the lake or sit by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate or brandied cider. We do all we can to give you an unforgettable vacation, but nature provides the real memories: a sunset silhouetting peacefully grazing llamas; swimming in crystal-clear mountain lakes; napping in alpine meadows carpeted with wildflowers; being awakened by a curious deer; sledding in mid-summer snowfields; jumping into a waterfall pool; fishing for scrappy rainbow trout; feasting in a trailside huckleberry patch; glimpsing mountain goats, an elk herd or a soaring eagle. Wildflowers, waterfalls, wildlife, snow fields, alpine lakes ~ see it all in Glacier Country!

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