Have You Been Alpaca Walking in Durham?

Alpaca Walking Durham – Looking for a great, family fun activity that gets you out and about with some super cute, fluffy animals, how about alpaca walks in Durham.

There are a number of great Alpaca walks Durham has to offer, check out the local alpaca farm Durham for a great alpaca walk in Durham.

Best Alpaca Walking Durham Has To Offer

Bushblades Farm Alpaca Walking

Location : Bushblades lane, Harperley, Durham, DH9 9UA

Alpacas are delightful and friendly animals. They are inquisitive in nature and its great fun to take them out for a walk. they are sure to put a smile on your face.

At BushBlades Farm, they recently established a herd of alpacas who love to be walked around the local area, brushed, petted, and generally pampered. If you’re in Durham or anywhere across Newcastle upon Tyne, contact them to book your experience.

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Castleside Alpacas

Location : 22 Wesley Terrace, Castleside, Consett DH8 9QB

Come and meet the alpacas, Pygmy goats and other animals.

Feed, handle and learn about them and see the work we’ve been doing to create a wildflower meadow and care for our ancient woodland.

One family/group at a time so you get the best experience

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Fellside Alpacas

Location : Fell House, Rookhope, County Durham, DL13 2BD

This experience gives you the chance to walk across the stunning fells of Weardale with one of the beautiful boys.

The alpacas love walking across the fells and take their time giving you time to enjoy the whole experience and fall in love with your alpaca. You will lead your very own alpaca with a guide for company

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Teesdale Alpacas

Location : Teesdale Alpacas Under Kilmond Barn, Barnard Castle DL12 9SP

It starts with a short (approx. 15min) introduction to the Alpacas whilst they get them ready for you and they’ll go over a few do’s and don’ts for you to observe around the Alpacas; after this you’ll be introduced to your Alpaca for the walk and you’ll set off.

Your walk will last around 45min to an hour depending on how lazy the alpacas are feeling, and how many photo (or alpaca toilet) stops there are.

You should be able to give them a little feed (they don’t charge any extra for that) and take pics also no charge. They’ll take you to see the girls and any babies they have after the trek if you wish.

Please allow 2 hours for your trek to cater for delays etc.

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