America has some of the most iconic hiking trails in the world – from the recognizable vistas in places such as Arches, Yellowstone, and El Capitan, to the more cult like passion that Katahdin and the Tetons inspire. We’ve rounded up our 5 epic backpacking trips across the States. How many have you trekked?
This year, we're celebrating thru-hikers! We know a little bit of encouragement can go a long way, and so we've teamed up with Hiker Feed to help make your life a little easier, so you can be warriors not worriers when it comes to your thru hiking food ;)
An overview of how to eat a Bushka freeze dried meal! Introducing the Bowl Bag! No longer worry about whether or not your spoon can reach the bottom of the pouch or about your hand becoming gross and sticky (yuck!) With the second tear notch, you can reduce the bag height and turn the pouch into a bowl.
Few things match the thrill of completing a childhood dream. And for Emma (trail name Pepper), that's exactly what thru-hiking the John Muir Trail was! A childhood dream come true. Read Pepper's backpacking journey here!
Life is busy - sometimes overwhelmingly busy - and often it's our health that suffers from being on the go too much. Because freeze-dried meals are shelf-stable and good to go as is, they can be taken on adventures, airplane journeys, live in the car, your gym duffle bag, or your cubicle in the office. So, how can you incorporate them into your lifestyle?
Fall ushers in a big push to spreading the news about our utterly delicious freeze-dried meals. But don't just believe my word that Bushka meals are drool worthy. We've been featured in the September issue of Out There Outdoors, and I think the product reviews are a testament to our obsession with quality and taste.
The review focuses on two of our products: the Unstuffed Italian Pepper and the Pork Harvest Bowl.
My name is Emma Massick, but on the trails I go by Pepper. I put pepper on everything! I even filled both sides of my backpacking salt/pepper shaker with pepper because I felt like it was more important to me than salt! I am about to embark on a 3 week solo backpacking trip along the John Muir Trail. Follow my journey!