Bartlett Lodge is one of the best dining experiences in the park out of the three resorts that still remain within the park's corridor off Hwy. #60. As you arrive at the
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When you're on the trail, you carry as little as possible. We had one set of lightweight pots and minimal utensils. Plus, due to a communication breakdown, we also
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Dinner on the trip was usually something that was either freeze-dried (freeze-dried peas are something that no one should ever have to eat) or something non-perishable
So, you've decided to take an extended trip in the ilderness...biking, hiking, or canoeing. What are you going to eat?
If you're going away for more than a weekend,
Great (though uninspired) lunch options:
*beef stick (like hickory farm, etc)
*cheese & crackers
*peanut butter & jelly (in plastic jars of course) -
Trail food needs to be nutritious, and lightweight, as well as needing no refrigeration. Pre-packaged dehydrated food is one option, but can be expensive if you're
Planning a canoe trip, or even an extended hike? Then you'll want to plan ahead what you'll be eating.
Some questions to consider:
1. Are we willing/able to carry