Trail Food For Backpacking

October 6, 2015

Our favorite parts of Fall are the weekend hiking and backpacking trips to remote mountains, rivers, and lakes. Nothing beats sitting on a rock overlooking a lake eating dinner after a long day of hiking.

One of the pain points of a backpacking trip is the necessary trip to the grocery store on the Thursday or Friday before you head for the hills. So we decided to do the thinking for you. We partnered with the team at BACKPACKER magazine, the premier backpacking resource, and Sea to Summit, the best backpacking gear on the market, to pull together a box with almost all the food you need for a 3-day/2-night backpacking adventure. The experts at BACKPACKER helped us assemble a mix of high-quality snacks, treats, and ready-to-eat meals. These include Good-To-Go dehydrated meals, All Good Provisions trail mix, Halfpops, Honey Stinger chews, Rip van Wafels, Steve’s Paleo dried fruit, All Good Provisions nuts, KIND bar, Chocolove Dark chocolate bar, Bobo’s oat bar, Wholeme clusters, Picky bar, and Justin’s Nut Butter. Although The Feed doesn’t sell marshmallows, graham crackers and Hershey’s chocolate, s’mores made with Chocolove dark chocolate, Justin’s nut butter and Rip van Wafels is a game changer. You’ll thank us later.

We're also giving away a FREE Sea to Summit Delta Spork, the cooking tool that will do everything, and a free issue of BACKPACKER magazine with each order of the 3-Day Backpacker's Box. Shop the box! The-Feed-image Screen Shot 2015-10-13 at 11.53.35 AM