Welcome to Circle Cliff Ranch Alpacas
Located between Bicknell and Torrey, Utah, just minutes away from Capitol Reef National Park, we are the happiest and largest alpaca ranch in Wayne County, Utah.We share our adventures with 28 beautiful alpacas, two livestock guardian dogs (Charlie and Odin), many chickens and four inside-outside, adventurous cats. Our granny inside dog, Peanut, is enjoying her senior years and is spoiled as well.We offer authentic ranch visits, introducing you to alpacas and our alpaca lifestyle. We hope when you leave us it'll be with a HUGE smile on your face.
Ranch visits are pre-scheduled, and fill up quickly. They are:
*educational, *interactive *typically last one hour *open most Mondays through Saturday, closed Sundays.
We can handle large groups like family reunions, or smaller more intimate groups.Our “Paca Shop” is open We have *a great variety of high-end alpaca products *hats *scarves *woven wall art *hand and mill woven alpaca yarns *roving by the ounce *alpaca souvenirs
Everything we carry from our alpacas has been hand-crafted with love.
Call or text Diena 801-597-0124 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
From the first time I saw alpacas in person, I knew they were the animals I'd would share my "second act" with.
I feel am able to connect with my Dutch ancestors as I work the magicwhile carding, spinning, and knitting high-end unique, wearable piecesof art.
Our alpacas love living in the high mountain area. I think it must be so like their native areas in Peru and Bolivia. Because of the sameness in climates, their fleeces are so beautiful and perfect for me to work with. Alpacas are shorn once a year. After that, it’s up to me to do themagic with their gifts.
We call alpaca fleece the "New Cashmere." Alpaca products are three times warmerthan wool. You won’t find the itchy feeling that you do with woolproducts. This is one of the reasons I adore everything alpaca. I hope you will too.
Please contact me if you are interested in scheduling a visit, or learning more about raising alpacas for yourself. I'd love to be your mentor and help you get started in your alpaca adventure. Diena
Wednesday, January 18, 2023