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Llama Land

Overnight Program
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AGES 9-11

Happy llama, sad llama, totally RAD llama! Hidden out amongst the windy ranges of western Colorado rests an obscure and unknown ranch that is home to a furry band of brethren and curious collection of camelids, that is known by locals as “Llama Land.” The ranch, run by the experts at Redwood Llamas, is home to ONE HUNDRED llamas! We’ll spend the first day of this program in Telluride, getting to know each other, learning about llamas and planning for the week. Then we’ll pack our bags Tuesday morning and venture off to this magical world of llama love for a double overnight. At the ranch, we’ll get up close and personal with the llamas, learning everything we need to know about these furry creatures. We’ll help train baby llamas, feed the llamas, take them on hikes, learn their names and personalities and get our fair share of llama snuggles. We’ll also hike through the canyons of this massive ranch and discover ancient Anasazi ruins that hide within the property. On our final day, we’ll say goodbye to our new friends and stop for ice cream at the Depot before making our way home! You won’t want to miss this fun week full of sassy llama drama!

*We start running llama treks into the backcountry starting at age 11. Get hooked on llamas at the ranch before you age into our long-lived “Llama Trekking” programs!

Please click here to read our overnight policy.

Schedule:
Monday – Thursday
Double overnight begins on Tuesday.

2023 CAMP DATES:
  • June 12-15
Activities
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Partners
Redwood Llamas

Status: Waitlist

Camp Type: Overnight Program

TUITION: $1500

AGES: 9-11
SESSIONS: [acf_session_dates]

SESSIONS:

Challenge Level: 2

Telluride Academy's Overnight Policy

Our talented instructors work hard to combat student homesickness on overnight programs. For many students, this experience might be their first time camping or away from home! In the days leading up to the overnight(s), the instructors have positive conversations with the groups to get them excited and prepared for their overnight adventures. This dynamic gets interrupted when a student is picked up early from their overnight. For this reason, we can not accommodate early pick-ups, unless in the case of an emergency. If your child does not want to attend the overnight, or if you have prior commitments that require early pick-up accommodations, we ask that you consider choosing a day program instead. Please call our office with any questions or concerns.