Day 1: Meet up with your guide and Llamas in Denver or Rocky Mountain National Park.
Day 2-3: Explore and fly fish in the secluded backcountry of RMNP.
Day 4: Fish in the morning, hike out of the backcountry in the afternoon.
Day 5: Float fish the Colorado River.
Species: Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Brook Tout.
Water: Top Secret small streams and lakes, the Colorado River.
Give us a call at (828) 577- 8204, or send us an email at email@example.com to start planning your llama packing trip in Rocky Mountain National Park.
In order to get the most out of your trip, we recommend that you book your llama packing trip with LFFE prior to March 1st. RMNP holds their backcountry campsite lottery on March 1st, and if your trip is on the books by then, we can secure the absolute best locations for fishing in the park. If you cannot do this, do not worry. Our intimate knowledge of fishing within the park will ensure that your trip will be a success no matter when you book your trip.
We will send you a detailed packing list so you will know exactly what clothing, toiletries, and personal items you will need for your trip. Group gear like tents, stoves, etc… are all provided by LFFE at no cost. Feel free to bring your own personal fishing and camping gear, but if you need, personal gear such as sleeping bags and backpacks, and all necessary fly fishing gear are all available to rent from LFFE.
Do I need to have fly fishing experience?
No experience necessary. No matter your skill level, your guides will work with you to make you a skilled fly fisherman or woman.
Do I need my own fishing equipment?
You are responsible for your own fly rod, reel, line, and a few other personal fishing items. Please contact us for a full packing list. Don’t have your own? Not a problem. We have top quality Orvis rods and reels available at no extra cost.
What other equipment will I need?
We will send you a full packing list once you have booked your llama packing trip. Group gear like tents, stoves, etc are all provided by LFFE. Personal gear such as sleeping bags and backpacks are all available to rent.
- Llamas can carry up to 80 lbs of gear.
- Llamas are incredibly low maintenance and require minimal supervision
- They are naturally adapted to mountainous terrain and have extremely low impact within that environment.
- Their low-key disposition makes them safe and easy to handle.
- Their gait is evenly matched to that of the average hiker and their quiet demeanor is an asset both on the trail and in camp.