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Explore The Smoky Mountains With Llamas On This Easy Trek In Tennessee

The Smoky Mountains are the perfect destination for all adventurers out there. If you aren't really up for the hike, why not do it while being entertained? Hidden in the mountains is a farm oasis that starts your journey of exploring the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee with llamas.

If you love llamas, you'll love Smoky Mountain Llama Treks. For only $20, you can visit the pet farm where you can pet and feed the llamas. Don't forget to pack a bag of graham crackers, because we hear they love those things.

The best activity here is the llama trek, so if you're up for it we high recommend it. With beginner to moderate routes, there's a trek best suited for you.

Let's be real, if you are going to go all the way to the Smoky Mountains, chances are you're there to explore the gorgeous sights. For that extra $30, you can be led on a trek through the mountains with a llama in hand.

Just like walking a dog, your llama will walk on a leash alongside of you as you make your way through the "pristine forests of the Smoky Mountains and beautiful Pisgah National Forest," according to the organizers.

Feeling more adventurous? How about opting for the overnight trek where you'll be provided with camping gear up to eight people.

The first day will consist of a hike and the second day will be dedicated to a whole day of relaxation. You can take boring hikes whenever you want, so mix things up with this llama trek.

If you don't really care for it, check out this other Smoky Mountain hike that'll take you to a cave. There's also a scenic hike in Chattanooga that provides a great mountaintop view.

Smoky Mountain Llama Trek

Price: $20-$50

Address: 640 Padgett Mill Road, Cosby, TN 37722

Why You Need To Go: This scenic hike through the Smoky Mountains will be even more fun with a pack of llamas.


We strongly advise that before you go visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security and animal rights. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and the animals.

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