For a truly enjoyable and unforgettable experience come walking with llamas (sometimes known as "llama trekking") on East Devon’s spectacular Jurassic Coast - England’s first natural World Heritage Site and an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. (Watch a short video clip of our llamas on the cliff top at Peak Hill.) We are proud to be able to offer this sustainable and environmentally friendly activity in this beautiful area and are committed to our Environmental Policy.
We endeavour to make our llamas accessible to everyone - for further information please see our Access Statement
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Llamas are friendly, gentle and intelligent animals and make ideal walking companions. Our llamas are easy to handle and will happily carry your refreshments and waterproofs - leaving you free to relax and enjoy the magnificent scenery.
Peak Hill Llamas is located just outside the Regency seaside town of Sidmouth and is ideally situated to take full advantage of the stunning scenery on this beautiful stretch of the East Devon Coastline. We are based on a 330 acre working farm, and are extremely fortunate in that all our walks, including a section of the South West Coast Path, can be done without leaving the farm’s own land.
We offer a selection of guided walks including a morning stroll with elevenses and an afternoon walk with traditional Devon Cream Tea. Wherever possible we source locally produced food and fair trade tea and coffee for our refreshments.
Comfortable B and B Accommodation is available on site where a warm welcome and hearty breakfast are assured!
Peak Hill Llamas is fully insured and all walks are accompanied by a qualified first aider.