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Gone But Not Forgotten

Since purchasing the farm in 2012, Steve and Johnna have added llamas, alpacas, and puppies to the Smoky Mountain Llama Treks family. And unfortunately, they’ve had to say farewell to a few too. While these llamas are no longer living at the farm, they will always be llama loved! Blackfoot Taylee Abu Cinnamon Woody George

Scaly Adventures Love Llamas

Check out this video from when Smoky Mountain Llama Treks was featured on the Scaly Adventures television show!

Tourist in Your Own Town TV Show

  Every once in a while, we get a crazy fun phone call where the person on the other end says something like, “Hey, we’d like to put you and your llamas on TV.” It’s happened several times now, and it’s always a good time! In the summer of 2018, we were featured on the…

Mount LeConte Llama Train

Many of our Smoky Mountain Llamas have come to us when they retire from the Mount LeConte Llama Train. Here’s a great little video showing which features our Woody and tells the story of how llamas are used on Mount LeConte.

Great Llama Race

Every October since it began in 2014, Smoky Mountain Llama Treks has been honored to be included in the Great Llama Race. The community event is held at Knoxville’s World’s Fair Park and benefits several local organizations including Casa de Sara, a 501c3 whose mission is providing opportunities for impoverished and at-risk children and families…

Dogs Love Llamas Too

When you arrive at the Smoky Mountain Llama Treks farm, you’ll be greeted immediately by our five friendly dogs. They are Briggs the black shepherd, Oliver the old hound dog, Zoey the lab, Rocko the pitbull, and Maverick the Australian Shepherd. Like our 11 llamas and 3 alpacas, each of the pups has his or…