You don’t have to eat poorly or buy pre-made meals just because you’re going backpacking.
Because protein is an essential ingredient for keeping your body’s performance at its peak.
These dishes are ultralight, calorie-packed and fast and easy to prep after a long day on the trail.
Cheese can be the perfect backcountry trail snack or meal topper. The key is choosing the right kind to pack in.
Branch out from your normal breakfast routine and make this your start to a big day.
This simple dish is hearty, delicious, and, when you add the wild edibles, always in season.
We had just turned the corner on the final ridge of the day when my husband stopped. “You’re sure there’s a lake?” I checked the map again. It was a scorching day in late summer,
Just in time for New Year’s Eve, we’ve got five rich, savory and spicy hot drinks that’ll keep you toasty on cold nights and mornings in the backcountry. These recipes are our top five favorites as submitted by you to our MSR email request. Concoct one or all of these tasty—and unique—concoctions and keep warm and spirited at basecamp this winter season. Cheers and Happy New Year from the MSR crew!
Story and Photos by Tara Alan Where I live, in the Green Mountains of Vermont, the first yellow, orange, and russet leaves are beginning to appear scattered upon the ground. Nights are becoming cool enough to wear a jacket, and the scent of wood smoke is apparent on the breeze. It’s clear that autumn is just around the corner! What better way to spend these glorious end-of-summer days than in the woods? And what better way to end them than with an evening of camping? On chill nights like these, I want a supper that’s warm and cheesy, quick and easy: macaroni and cheese. As far as I’m concerned, there’s a spectrum of macaroni and cheese. On one end are those blue boxes containing a handful of elbow noodles and…