Mager Mountain Alpacas

So Soft Gift Shop

Nestled on a hillside in the Enchanted countryside of Western New York, you will find Mager Mountain Alpacas owned by Paul & Suzanne Mager. Their farm is conveniently located only 60 miles south of Buffalo and situated in the heart of ski country (where warm, lightweight, incredibly soft Alpaca clothing is appreciated).

They welcome visitors year-round on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 5pm.  Summer is birthing time, so it's a great opportunity to see bably alpacas (crias) playing in the pasture.

Visitors, school groups, and families are welcome on Mondays-Thursdays by appointment.  Call 716-938-9077 or email

Their alpacas are very people friendly and oftentimes posing for "selfies" and greeting visitors. Learn the history of alpacas, why people raise them, and have your questions answered. Then shop in the So Soft Gift Shop, stocked with a large variety of handmade and Peruvian Alpaca products, including; yarn, socks, fine apparel, teddy bears, rugs, blankets and much more.  They have some of the finest products and a wide variety of colors, sizes, and items!  After touching the Alpacas and products, you too will say "It's so soft."


69 Mountain View Drive
Little Valley, NY 14755
United States

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This tour was just an incredible learning experience. it was the highlight of our 30th wedding anniversary trip. I would not change a thing.
Bob & Mary from Lee, Massachusetts

Fred gave a lot of history behind the area and the customs and traditions of the Amish.  He picked out shops that he thought we would like ...

Donna from Dunkirk, NY with visitors from India
Liked the variety of places that we visited. We all had a good time. The baked goods were excellent and reasonable.
Linda from Hamburg, NY
We liked having a tour guide with us to explain and give details. Visiting with Amish craftsman, getting to hear their processes and procedures.
Marcia from Medford, Oregon
Pat customized the tour to the places we were interested in seeing. We visited Amish shops for candy, quilts, baskets, toys, and a few more.
Lisa from Batavia, NY

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