There’s An Alpaca Farm In Utah And You’re Going To Love It

Alpacas were originally bred high in the Andes Mountains of Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Ecuador. They’re known for their superior fleece that’s similar to wool, and these fluffy, gentle, intelligent animals are now raised in the United States. Utah has a few alpaca farms; here’s one where you can get to know alpacas up close and personal.

If you’re ready to explore the Beehive State this spring, check out these kid-friendly hikes that are under one mile long.