Berwyn Mountain Llamas
Berwyn Mountain Llamas is based in the lovely North Wales village of Llandrillo, on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains. Quiet lanes, bridleways, forest tracks and old drovers' roads on the lower slopes of these mountains and in the valleys provide an ideal venue for llama trekking.
You are warmly invited to come and explore this area, walking with our llamas. We would like to share this special place with you.
This is real, working countryside, with much of the landscape shaped by traditional livestock farming and by forestry. The Berwyn mountain range itself, with twenty-four summits over two thousand feet (six hundred metres), is a National Nature Reserve.
This is an unspoiled place, rich in wildlife and beautiful in every season.
It is a place worth discovering.
Situated in the heart of rural Wales, where the counties of Denbighshire, Gwynedd and Powys meet, we are nevertheless easily accessible. Llandrillo is just four and a half miles from the A5. Turn onto the B4401 about half a mile west of Corwen and continue until you reach Llandrillo. There is a car park, with excellent public loos, on the right, just before the bridge over the river. (Post code LL21 0TH). As our walks have different starting points, you will be given further directions from that point when you book.
A comprehensive directions tool (for Llandrillo car park) can be found here.