Headed for the Mountains
Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Interest: You name it.
I like to bring light food when I go hiking. I've never been on an extended canoe trip, but guess I would bring heavier food if there was not much portaging.
Have you read the NOLS Wilderness "Something" Book, sorry can't remember the title, and I just packed the last of my books. NOLS has one book just about food, weight, recepies, and tricks. Its a great book. The NOLS Wilderness "Something" book is also awsome, and has a complete chapter plus several pages on what to bring, and how much you need. You can pick them both up at MEC. Does anyone know the title?
My food is never the same but often looks something like this:
Soup base 5 different kinds
Dried sauces, white, red, brown, etc
Dried Veggies, big bag
Pasta- veggie type, potatoe type, wheat type, and regulat white type
Dried Tortellinis with cheese in them
sun dried tomatoes
a small can of tuna or meat
instant pancake mix
*****G*O*R*P****Good ol raisens and peanuts
dried and fresh fruit
Ready Meal #1
Ready Meal #2
A la prochaine