The following is a list of Far Walkers of the Great Valley, or outsiders who have either visited, wandered into, or passed through the valley.
Main Article: Sand Creepers
The sand creepers are crabs. They appear prominently in the episode of the TV series, March of the Sand Creepers.
Main Article: Doc
Doc is a distant yet humble and polite Diplodocus, known as "The Lone Dinosaur". He prefers to travel alone because he views himself as trouble, and does not tolerate Sharpteeth as he scratched by one a long time ago. He is famous in legends for having saved numerous communities from Sharpteeth.Dara/Gallery
Foobie, the mute Yellow Belly, is considered the "Wise One". Voiced by Pete Sepenuk. Foobie make friend with Spike the spiketail.
Loofah and Doofah
Loofah and Doofah are two "Yellow-Bellies" (Beipiaosaurus) who first appeared in The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends. Loofah is voiced by Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Doofah is voiced by Sandra Oh. Loofah is the cheerful leader of a herd of Yellow-Bellies who, in the film, are looking for the Berry Valley. Doofah is a prominent female in his herd, and is equally friendly and optimistic. Both of them have short term memory loss, and are motivated by impulsive needs.
Main Article: Mo
Mo is a colourful Ophthalmosaurus, and Littlefoot's "Mud Brother". He debuted in The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water.
The Rainbow Faces
Main Article: "Rainbow Faces"
Main Article: Rhett
Main Article: Saro
An Alamosaurus,who is an old friend of Grandpa Longneck, who has been interested in the stories of the Longnecks all his life. He appears in the episode of the TV series, "The Legend of the Story Speaker". He is voiced by Pete Sepenuk.
Main Article: Tippy
A pink Stegosaurus, who is Spike's playful companion during the stegosaur migration in The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze. When a stegosaur herd moved into the Great Valley, Spike immediately became close friends with Tippy. Unlike Spike, Tippy is vocal; his catchphrase is "Fun, fun, fun!", similar to Ducky's "Yep, Yep, Yep". He was voiced by Jeremy Suarez, who later did the voice of Koda in Brother Bear and Brother Bear 2, and then Cree Summer in the TV series. Tippy and his herd have since appeared in the TV series episode The Forbidden Friendship.
Main Article: Tippy's Mother
A kindly mother who invites Spike to travel with her herd when they migrate out of the Great Valley to find food during the freeze. She is very friendly towards Spike and loves her son, although after learning that Spike had been fostered by a dinosaur outside of his species, allows him to spend more time with Tippy and his herd. Tippy's mother finally realizes that Spike really belongs with his foster family. She appeared in The Forbidden Friendship episode of the TV series.