Alpaca Trekking (Initial Price Is For 1 Adult Leader)

£17.50 60 minutes

For a wonderful, memorable experience book one of our trekking slots to enjoy an hour outside in the beautiful Scottish Countryside walking our friendly Alpacas Rio, Sully and Loggie.


  • £17.50 for one leader (automatically added on selection of date and time).
  • £7.50 per person for all additional participants.
  • Max 2 adults over the age of 12 plus 2 people under the age of 12 per alpaca.
  • Children must be over 10 years old to hold an alpaca on their own and always accompanied by an adult.
  • Children 9 and under must only hold the lead when an adult over 18 is also holding the lead.

  • Under 2 are free and don’t count within the 4 people per alpaca.

In line with Scottish Government guidance, we are permitted to remain open to local visitors.  Visitors must comply with Scottish Government guidelines and applicable travel restrictions.


About Alpacas

Alpacas are domesticated versions of Vicunas, South American ruminants which live high in the Andes. They are very similar to their cousin the Llama who are bred as pack animals. Alapcas are bred because they produce soft wool which is similar to lambswool but is much warmer and doesn’t tend to be as itchy.

Living for 15 – 20 years, Alpacas are prey to mountain lions and coyotes however their long necks help them look out for danger.

About the Trek

You will meet outside the café entrance where you will be given a brief introduction and safety information talk, be introduced to the Alpaca’s and explained about the trek route.

The experience will last between 50mins – 1 hour. Please arrive 10 minutes before your allocated time so that the group can leave on time.

There will be plenty of photo opportunities around the trek. Please bring your own device for this and avoid using the flash so as not to startle the animals.

Toilet facilities are located within the café area and are available to wash hands after the trek. Please follow social distancing rules and wear a face covering when going inside.

Important Information

  • Please do not feed the animals.
  • You may share your trek with other groups of people.
  • Places must be booked and paid for in advance.
  • You are responsible for your own safety throughout the whole experience.
  • We may take photos during your trek for use on our marketing material and social media, if you prefer us not to photography you or a member of your party please make the trek leader aware.
  • No tickets will be sent out, please ensure you have your booking confirmation in printed or electronic form to show staff on arrival.
  • Experience must be pre booked online in advance, no bookings will be taken on the day.
  • If you arrive after the experience starts no refund will be provided and no alternative timeslot offered.
  • The Experience is not recommended for pregnant women, if you would like to go ahead with a booking, you will be asked to sign a disclaimer.
  • Smoking and Vaping is prohibited during the experience.
  • All participants must follow our guidance and instruction at all times.  All activities are undertaken at your own risk.
  • Edenmill Farm reserve the right to change website, terms and conditions and prices at any time without prior notice.
  • The experience is wheelchair accessible but it is advisable to contact us before your visit so we can make arrangements if required.

Cancellation Policy

We are unable to offer a refund if you no longer wish to, or are unable to take part in the activity.


How do you find us?

Edenmill Farm, Stockiemuir Road, Blanefield, Glasgow, G63 9AX – Get Directions

Are alpacas friendly?

Yes! They are very gentle natured and love being together in a pack.

What to wear?

Sensible shoes for walking up the tracks and warm outdoor clothing. Make sure you have a
waterproof as Scottish Weather is very unpredictable.

Will the trek go ahead during bad weather?

We aim to honour all bookings regardless of the weather so please be prepared as we do
live in Scotland. If for any reason the weather is too bad we will contact you and honour our
cancellation policy.

Are there toilet facilities?

Toilet facilities are located within the café area and are available to wash hands after the trek. Please follow social distancing rules and wear a face covering when going inside.

Is there car parking onsite?

Yes, we have over 100 complimentary car parking spaces located on site at Edenmill.

Are there any other facilities?

Yes we have a café currently operating for take away only.
Please check our Facebook page for up to date opening times in line with Covid – 19 restrictions.
We also have a soft play and a butcher shop inside the main building.

Can I bring my dog?

Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs to join us on the trek. The Alpacas are very timid and get scared around dogs.

Trek Breakfast Meal – £4pp

Breakfast filled roll & hot drink (available to order and collect after your trek from our café take away hatch)

Hot Filled Roll Options:


Fried Egg

Black Pudding

Lorne Sausage

Vegan Square Sausage

Hot Drink Options:

Cup of tea




Hot chocolate

Please add any dietary requirements to the notes before check out.