This page is devoted to llamas I own, which are either Current Packers or are Packers in Training. A llama needs to reach four years of age to be considered “of age” to pack. It’s like a human becoming an adult. Four years old is the age they are considered full grown and able to handle the rigors of regular trail packing with maximum weight.
What Is A Ccara Llama?The term "Ccara LLama" refers to working llamas. Not all llamas you find today are Ccara Llamas. These llamas are the kind of llamas the old world Inca's bred to pack supplies and equipment around and over the Andean Mountains of South America. You can learn more about Ccara Llamas from the Ccara Llama Association web site (See Link below).
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Llamas on the Trail