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PCT food planning: resupply, calories, and spreadsheets

Note: Check out my post-hike food post to see how and what I actually ate on the Pacific Crest Trail. Six different stores, calories, and 15 square feet of my living room later,.

Food on the PCT: How and what I actually ate

How I dealt with food on the PCT, including how my choices changed, how often I ate, why I went from no-cook to cook, and what food I got tired of.

These three tips are a great way to get started backpacking and enjoying the great outdoors! A must-have list for beginner backpackers.

These three tips are a great way to get started backpacking and enjoying the great outdoors! A must-have list for beginner backpackers. Really want great helpful hints concerning arts and crafts? Head out to my amazing info!

The Best No-Cooking Backpacking Foods

If you're hiking in the warmer months and can get by without a warm meal or morning coffee, consider ditching your stove and fueling up with these foods: Cold cereal/granola/muesli, powdered mi.