Alpaca & llama Trekking
Treks take place at the weekend and on Wednesdays and Tuesdays depending on the time of year. Use the chart below to see when treks are available:
If you cannot book a ticket (they book up fast) please check back later. Tickets for treks are released on a rolling basis 90 days (three months) in advance.
Please be aware that you are trekking at your own risk. We have an excellent track record and while our boys are friendly and very used to people, alpacas and llamas are large animals that can nip and kick (although this is very unusual at Holly Hagg). Please see our health and safety guide for more information.
Please use the links below to book a trek. Treks with children do not need to be separately booked, and you can bring adults and children on the same trek. However, we do provide additonal information if you are bringing children, so if anybody in your group is under 16 please use the trekking with children link.
What to expect on our treks
Take our gorgeous alpacas and llama for a walk through the stunning woodlands of Rivelin Valley and the country lanes around Holly Hagg Community Farm, Sheffield. Our lovely gentle animals make this a truly enjoyable and memorable experience – but don’t just take our word for it, check out our customer reviews over on the right →
We offer a range of tickets to suit animal lovers of all ages, but you must be moderately fit as you will be leading a large animal along rough paths with some steep and rocky bits that can be slippery and muddy in places. The whole experience takes about an hour and a half in total.
- On arrival you’ll be welcomed with an introduction to the herd, shown how to hand feed them and given a safety briefing before being matched up with your perfect trekking partner.
- Our trained guides then take you through the beautiful scenery and woodlands around our community farm.
- The trek lasts about an hour with plenty of stops for feeding, taking in the scenery and photography.
You will find a links to our booking pages above. If you plan to bring children it is vital you go to the booking page for trekking with children to make sure you get the right ticket for you.
Performing & Exhibiting Animals Licence No. AW_PA0008, Licensee Claire Gregory, Holly Hagg Community Farm.
Sturdy footwear is a must!
Please wear sturdy shoes. The path is steep in places with uneven ground, loose stones and some mud.
Directions to Holly Hagg
It’s hard to find us without our directions sheet as sat nav will lead you astray.
Walking with alpacas guide
Before booking a trek people are strongly advised to read our walking with alpacas guide.
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