Snacks & Lunch
Homemade Bars: Three Ways
Jul 24, 2013
On your next hike, stay fueled up on trail with quick, easy and heart-healthy bar recipes made with all-natural ingredients.
Cooking, Community and Camping: Recipes to Fuel Outdoor Adventures
Aug 13, 2019
A classically-trained chef shares his love of food, and recipes perfect for your next on-trail adventure.
Three Can't Miss Snacks for the Trail
May 10, 2013
Tired of PBJs, GORP and freeze-dried dinners on trail? Need some culinary inspiration to liven up your trailside snacks and backcountry meals? Try These: Nut butter tortillas, Hiker hummus and Chewy granola bars.
Cook Now and Hike Later
Mar 16, 2018
This is the perfect time to start thinking about nutritious provisions for the trail. If you prepare them now, you’ll be ready for adventures all year long. Here are two healthy and flavorful recipes that you can eat even if your diet skews paleo, vegetarian or Whole30.
Puffed Quinoa & Peanut Butter Bars
Bars are a great no-hassle treat to eat while hiking. Making them homemade allows you to customize them to your preference.
Sweet & Salty Trail Mix
The possibilities with trail mix are endless—here's one of our favorite mixes.
Peanut Butter Granola cups
These granola cups may taste like a dessert, but are loaded for good-for-you fats like peanut butter, and almonds.
Savory Tuna Salad
If you prefer a heartier lunch than a protein bar, try this simple no-cook tuna salad on your next outing.
Coffee-Cocoa Energy Bites
Nutrient dense and tasty, this cocoa, coffee and hazelnut combo makes a perfect on-trail snack—and is pretty dang decadent.
Pistachio Couscous Salad
This refreshing couscous salad is best served chilled, making it an ideal lunch for your favorite day hike spot.
Spinach Artichoke Wrap
This no-cook wrap is a wonderful companion for a day hike or short overnight trip.