Explore the Wallowas
GUIDED LLAMA PACK TRIPS
SPRING CREEK OF HELLS CANYONHike along the Snake River for two miles and then up the Spring Creek trail through spring wildflowers to our camp under the pines. Two layover days allow us time to explore the bench trail as it traverses expansive meadows of arrowleaf balsamroot.
This trip starts at the Summit Point Trailhead (6,500′). We hike 7 miles over an 8,200′ pass to our base camp above Pine Lakes where we will spend 3 nights.
This trip starts at Boulder Park (elev. 5000 feet) on Main Eagle Creek. A hike of four miles and up 1300 feet brings us to our base camp at Eagle Meadow, where we spend 3 nights, surrounded by granite peaks and bisected by sparkling Eagle Creek.
We start at Summit Point (6,500′) and hike 8 miles and up 2,000′ over Nip and Tuck passes to our camp above Crater Lake where we will spend 3 nights.
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.
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