CMC Adventure Travel – Wind River Llama Trek


An exciting opportunity to trek in the remote and beautiful Wind Rivers, supported by Llamas, is made available courtesy of Carol Kurt, with CMC Aspen. Please click on Wind River Llama Trek for more details.

Dates: August 5-9, 2013
Cost per person: $1645

This trip will be a classic Wind River Range Trip, including glacial cirques and many high alpine lakes with plentiful trout fishing. Typical wildlife seen is moose, deer, and elk. We will move camps each day except for one layover day. Participants will carry day packs and llamas will carry all of the camp gear. The guides will do all of the cooking.

You should be in good shape and be able to hike in elevations between 9,000 and 11,000 feet. This is a B-level rated trip with hiking up to 8 miles per day. We will see the remote Wind River Range and learn how to travel with llama support. We will be able to explore hiking and climbing in this range and feel the wilderness experience. We will be able to fish if desired and find out what fresh fish tastes like. We will experience glacially carved cirques.

Price includes all food from lunch on day 1 through lunch on day 5, llamas to carry gear, guides and cooks, camp gear, and tips for guides. Provided at no extra charge are tent, sleeping bag and pad, or you may bring your own. Trip expenses NOT covered are travel to and from Lander and the hotel on the nights before and after the trip. A deposit of $625 must be paid with acceptance of application, and the balance of $1020 is due by May 5,2013.

Register by contacting Carol Kurt at P.O. Box 7977, Aspen, CO 81612, or phone (H)970-925-6648 or (C)970-948-6412, or email Or complete and send the form below and the leader will contact you.


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