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Today: Put these snacks in your pack.
Being hungry is the worst. Being hungry while on the top of a mountain, isolated somewhere in the woods, or at a swimming hole quite literally off the beaten path? That’s the worst of the worst. While it might be tempting to stuff your pack with pre-made granola bars, homemade hiking snacks are where it’s at. Whether it’s savory granola you eat by the handful, cold grilled cheese (it's awesome, trust us), or classic trail mix, here are 16 portable snacks that can take a hike.
Muffins taste better in the wilderness and/or higher altitudes.
Be a mix master.
Keep hanger at bay with some savory stuff.
Pack something sweet for the summit.
Hermits in the Backseat by PassTheKnife
Almond Butter, Dark Chocolate & Coconut Cookies by Sarah | strawberryplum
Apricot, Date, and Cashew Snack Balls by Gena Hamshaw
Banana, Coconut, Chocolate Chip Snack Cake by ATG117
What's your favorite snack for hitting the trails? Tell us in the comments below!
Photos by James Ransom, Mark Weinberg, and Alpha Smoot
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