It seems fitting that we publish our newest Campsite Correspondent Shona Marie’s post today. She’s from the beautiful USA, and … More
I was lying flat on my back. My feet propped up with pillows, and my head hopped up on pills. … More
Disclaimer – Since I always feel that food creates stories, I have written a piece that eventually gets to the … More
So this is happening! The Campsite Blog is over the moon excited to be checking out the latest in products, ideas … More
Food planning for long expeditions and backpacking trips can be very complex. Special considerations need to be made and often people pack too much food or, even worse, too little. Many neglect the biggest backcountry secret of all: dehydrated meals. They weigh very little, pack a nutritional punch, and last days or weeks without needing to be refrigerated.
Perhaps you can handle the food planning details on your own. But for your next trip in the Canadian Rockies, whether it’s 3 days or two weeks, you can contact Yamnuska Mountain Adventures and let their Backcountry Food division take care of it.
“Made with real meat!” Okay, that label is not necessarily going to sell me. Not a vegetarian, but a veggie/grain lover, I wasn’t sure what to make of the bucket of freeze-dried Mountain House breakfasts sitting on my desk.
Reviewer Megan Kopp puts the Mountain House “Just in Case Breakfast Assortment” to the test.