For 18 years, the Wilde Family and Wild Earth Llama Adventures have been bringing adventurous travelers into the New Mexico Wilderness. Their mission is to make wilderness experiences available to people of all ages and backgrounds; and to promote conservation and stewardship of our public wild lands.

Wild Earth Llama Adventures offers a variety of experiences from gourmet lunch day hikes to personalized family treks to extended backcountry multi day treks. These trips meet the needs of all ages and fitness levels. Their fun and educational excursions travel into the Carson and Santa Fe National Forests and wild areas of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Rio Grande Gorge, near Taos and Santa Fe.

“The Carson National Forest is lush with Engelmann spruce, Douglas fir, Ponderosa pine, and aspen. The majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains are home to healthy populations of mule deer, elk, and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Flocks of grouse and wild turkey often make themselves visible to us. Magnificent birds of prey such as golden and bald eagles, great-horned owls, and red-tail hawks are often seen soaring above us in the clear New Mexico sky.

On the trail, our gentle and sure-footed llamas will carry your gear, leaving your body, mind, and spirit unburdened to enjoy the beauty and wonder of Northern New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The pace on our treks is non-competitive, with the emphasis on enjoying yourself in the backcountry. We specialize in seeking out trails that are less traveled, offering our guests a true wilderness experience.”

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