Debunking the Carb Load Before Backpacking
Nov 04, 2019

Debunking the Carb Load Before Backpacking

Many folks carb load the calories on before their big backcountry trips, but there's more to the story than how many slices of pizza you can eat the day before a major athletic endeavor. 

Follow along as backcountry nutritionist, as well as registered and licensed dietitian Kyle Kamp, breaks down and debunks the famed, "carb load." 

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Calories Per Ounce Rules of Thumb
Oct 07, 2019

Calories Per Ounce Rules of Thumb

Here are a few rules of thumb to take into consideration when you are packing your food for that next backcountry trip. 
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5 Day Backcountry Hunt Food Prep from Sthealthy Hunter, Ryan Lampers
Sep 26, 2019

5 Day Backcountry Hunt Food Prep from Sthealthy Hunter, Ryan Lampers

Check out some of the different things Ryan Lampers brings to eat in the backcountry on a 5-day backpack hunting trip. 
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Ryan Lampers' Mountain Candy Recipe
Sep 04, 2019

Ryan Lampers' Mountain Candy Recipe

Not all backcountry fuel needs to be store-bought. That's why we brought in our friend Ryan Lampers to share his favorite homemade mountain candy recipe.
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6 Real Meal Replacement Bars
Aug 29, 2019

6 Real Meal Replacement Bars

There is a seemingly endless supply of energy and granola-type bars with the word “meal replacement” gracing their wrapper. Here are the 6 that really make the cut as meal replacement bars.
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How Much Water Should I Put in My Pack?
Jul 11, 2019

How Much Water Should I Put in My Pack?

Finally answering the question, "how much water should I carry on my back at any one given time?" especially while traveling in the backcountry.
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Why Pop-Tarts Are Great Backcountry Fuel
Jul 03, 2019

Why Pop-Tarts Are Great Backcountry Fuel

Pop-Tarts are the epitome of junk food, aren’t they?  A white-flour based crust that leaves behind a white residue on...
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Why Salt is Essential Backcountry Fuel
May 03, 2019

Why Salt is Essential Backcountry Fuel

When pushing ourselves at high altitudes, high heat, and high intensity, we need to be staying hydrated, which begins with stocking up on salt.
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