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2020 TRip Schedule - woman at mountain peak with lakes - by Emily Kanter

2020 Schedule Final

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Eagle Meadow Surrounded By Mountains

Eagle Meadow

” We think often of the heartwarming hiking experiences we had with you in the breathtaking high mountain country. We feel incredibly blessed that you shared your wilderness with us…Your gentle spirits were a refreshing change from life in the “big city” and T and I have often found ourselves reminiscing over campfire conversations and …

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High and Rugged Wallowas

  “Thank you for all the wonderful food and drink…and for helping to make this the only way I want to backpack now. I know I’ll return next year and bring some friends along who I know would enjoy this experience.” – S These trips start from Summit Point (elev. 6500 feet) and climb Summit …

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Through the Wallowas

“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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Alpine Lake view Wallowallamas

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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High and Rugged Wallowas

High and Rugged Wallowas

“Thank you for all the wonderful food and drink…and for helping to make this the only way I want to backpack now. I know I’ll return next year and bring some friends along who I know would enjoy this experience.”     – S These trips start from Summit Point (elev. 6500 feet) and climb …

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