I lead a Girl Scout troop in Kentucky. Our girls wanted to stay at a cabin in the Smokies, but what to do while we were there? We discovered the llama trek from the Smoky Mountain Girl Scout council's website and we were sold! We...More
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This is a unique experience. The llama are SO MUCH FUN. Each llama has a personality and some great facial expressions you will always remember. Trek is mild, and the llamas make it more fun. Steve gives you some wonderful talks as he discusses llamas...More
We made the drive from Asheville to Sevierville to treat my friend's cousin to a unique experience, and we were not disappointed! The llamas (and darling alpaca!) were kept in very good condition and were obviously very loved. They made the relatively short but pleasant...More
If you're up for a unique experience then hiking with llamas needs to be on your bucket list. Having done horseback riding in Pigeon Forge last year, this year we wanted to do something different. I came across this activity on trip advisor and it...More
An absolutely incredible visit, we loved every minute of our time with Steve and his llovable llamas! Blackjack was super patient, Talley was calm and laid back, Buster was excellent comic relief with his chatty grumbling, and JJ brought up the rear quietly and surefooted....More
We had a great hike last Sunday with the wonderfully sweet and funny llamas at Smoky Mountain Llama Treks. Steve Garrett, the owner and hike leader, is a born storyteller and guide -- which made the morning even more enjoyable. The llamas are all well-trained...More
Steve shared so much information on the llamas and his stories during our hike were so interesting. You need to put this on your bucket list.
Steve was great. Llamas were friendly. We recommend for families with children. He told interesting stories.More
Hi! This is BlackJack & the llama gang here…. We just snuck into Steve's cabin to write you a message. We're all squished into his office to use the computer and we have to be real quiet so he doesn't hear us. You know how...More
My youngest daughter is an animal enthusiast so we had to check out the Lama Farm. The owner Steve was very personable and it was so exciting to be able to get up close to the lamas. The pictures are so fun. We stopped at...More
It was a pleasure in meeting you and the family. We were so glad you took the 4 mile side trip off 321 from rafting in Hartford. It sure was our pleasure to meet you and the family. Thanks for the the kind words...every day...More
My sister, from Texas, found this Llama Trek on line for us to do on our vacation to the Smoky Mountains. As odd as it sounded to me at first, I always try to have an open mind, and it was completely amazing! My Llama...More
The llamas sure do like their graham crackers and have their pictures taken. I don't know how many times I've heard people say they were dragged here by a friend or spouse. When the trek was over they said something along the lines that this...More