Making your own backpacking meals can be fun and a great way to take control over your nutrition while saving money. Store-bought freeze-dried meals are convenient and lightweight, but they can be expensive and full of preservatives. Follow the steps below to learn the basics of food dehydration, then try some of our favorite recipes for inspiration.Read More
Freeze dried meals are some of the most popular meal options for hikers heading into the backcountry. They’re convenient, calorically dense, lightweight, and tasty at the end of a long day. We rank our favorites to help you upgrade your backcountry food game.Read More
Greenbelly is a new company with a mission to make balanced trail nutrition a whole lot easier. Greenbelly has created a meal bar that contains 1/3 of your daily recommended calories, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, sodium, and fiber. Greenbelly bars are all natural, partially organic, contain no artificial preservatives, and it doesn't hurt they're delicious either.Read More
I love a good cup of coffee in the morning, and there’s hardly a better place to enjoy it than the great outdoors. A good cup of Joe is always better with a great view.
Nature’s Coffee Kettle is a new product that helps make the entire process easier. Their portable drip coffee bag lets you enjoy artisan coffee without any mess. Boil water, pour it in the bag, and let it filter for a tasty cup of java on the trail.Read More