Everytime I go on a longer hike food is a topic. How many meals to bring, which snacks, what to eat for breakfast,… it is an endless subject for discussion, planning and shopping. When out for a long hike almost everybody likes to fantasize about pizza, beer, something fried and fresh salad. I’m convinced that itContinue reading “Ideas for cheap & lightweight outdoors meals and snacks”
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How to pack (moderately light) for wintertime.
I thought of this post as a follow up to Losing weight from last summer, which has turned out to be an article that still gets a lot of views. I’m by no means an expert when it comes to packing or winter hikes but I’m always putting some effort in planning what to bring. Of course theContinue reading “How to pack (moderately light) for wintertime.”
A little inspiration for cooking outdoors.
One of the biggest joys after doing any kind of physical activity, is to have something warm and tasty to eat. At first it might seem like it’s hard to find food that won’t go bad without a fridge and that’s not too heavy to carry. Even to bring a stove and fuel might seem likeContinue reading “A little inspiration for cooking outdoors.”
While I’m not concerned about losing any body fat, I recently started to be more careful about the weight I carry in my backpack. When you walk a lot with a backpack on and it’s too heavy for your body, you will eventually start getting pain. This can simply be inconvenient or in the worstContinue reading “Losing weight”