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What Folks Say

I need something like a great Shakespearean one-liner to express how profoundly grateful I am to have penetrated the heart of the Wallowas with you, your llamas, and those stupendous (and healthy!) meals. I do sort of feel that people ought to earn the right to visit the wilderness – something I most assuredly haven’t …

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Meet the Llamas

The sure-footed, even tempered llamas are ideal companions on the trail. Six thousand years of domestication by the Inca tribes of South America’s high Andes have resulted in these cousins of the camel being wilderness packers without equal. Their calm, intelligent manner is quickly communicated to their human friends. They can be easily led by …

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Wilderness travelers are usually forced to make compromises when planning their menus. When packing with llamas, however, we can enjoy delightful meals prepared without freeze-dried ingredients. Our breakfasts feature fresh fruits, Swedish pancakes topped with maple syrup and (in season) fresh berries, and real coffee. Dinners include lasagna with garlic bread, fresh vegetables and crisp …

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