Llama trekking in the Peak District is the ideal way to make your day out different, and with so many benefits. These graceful animals are the perfect walking companion - not too fast, not too slow and with the added bonus of carrying your excess baggage.
From the seasoned walker to the occasional day visitor, from individuals to families, there can be no better way to explore the stunning scenery of Britain’s first and, we think, most beautiful national park than on a trek with Peak Llamas.
Stanley Moor Farm is nestled in the heart of the Peak District and has been our home since 2004. We’ve steadily built up our collection of animals, starting with a few hens and a couple of orphan lambs, and we’re now sharing our life with over 80 pets – oh, and 3 children!
What We Offer
As well as trekking, our llamas are also more than happy to be involved in:
• School visits
• TV/film work
• Corporate events
• Health care
• Clubs & organisations
Here are just a few examples of what Peak Llamas can offer.
The Chatsworth Trek (A)
Approx 2 hours.
Meet at Calton Lees car park, followed by a trek through the beautiful Chatsworth estate, with fabulous views of the house and the Peak District.
The Chatsworth Trek (B)
Approx 3 ½ - 4 hours, including lunch stop.
Meet at Calton Lees car park, followed by a longer trek with a stop for lunch and to take in the beautiful scenery and wildlife of Chatsworth.
The Ladybower Experience
For the seasoned walker. Full day, includes buffet picnic lunch.
Meeting at the Ladybower Inn car park, this trek is quite demanding but offers stunning scenery from the bridleways around Ladybower Reservoir, coupled with the renowned food from the Ladybower Inn.