Cooking above the tree line can be a challenging endeavor if you’re not prepared. Above 10,000 feet the environment drastically changes, which has direct results on water availability and a stove’s performance. Fortunately we have a high alpine recipe that was invented by Lake Tahoe mountain man Chris Cloyd. Chris is an avid snowboarder, mountain climber and runner, which has made him a frequent visitor to many Sierra Nevada summits. In addition to being an athlete, Chris is the Fitness Director at Performance Training Center where he specializes in training performance and endurance athletes. When Chris spends time at high altitude he...Read More
Month: March 2017
Spending time in the great outdoors causes skin to become exposed to extreme elements. Its easy to forget to pack protection essentials such as sunscreen and first aid creams. Fortunately, the good people at Green Goo have developed an all natural line of first aid and skin care that is packaged in backcountry and travel friendly containers. Stock up on a few of the essentials such as First Aid and Sunblock and store in a pack or first aid kit for those backcountry ‘just in case’ encounters. Green Goo at work “I filmed an Adventure Dining Guide/Green Goo episode while...Read More
Standing on top of a mountain’s peak is a magical experience, but it can also be a dangerous place if you are not prepared. The summit leaves us exposed to more wind, more cold, and less oxygen. Lets not forget that getting to the top is an endeavor that causes exhaustion and dehydration. Rejuvenate your body while enjoying the view with this easy to make recipe for hydrating Summit Soup with Quinoa. These snowboard bindings are just what you have been looking for. Body’s reaction to altitude Ascending a mountain is hard work! At higher altitudes our energy expenditure increases as our body works harder...Read More
Adventure Dining Guide’s Michelle Shea was interviewed by The Adventure Sports Podcast! Follow the link below to download from iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-244-how-to-eat-great-while-on-your-next-adventure/id972403908?i=1000381142530&mt=2 “Michelle Shea joins us today to help solve one of adventures BIGGEST problems; what to eat in the woods. Michelle knows first-hand from her many adventures how challenging it can be to enjoy tasty and nutritious food while on adventures and she decided to do something about it. She started Adventure Dining Guide which shares lots of fresh ideas and common sense about how to eat well even when you are miles from the nearest kitchen. Hey, food...Read More
Do you carry snacks in your wallet? Why not!?! If your wallet travels everywhere with you, shouldn’t you be prepared just in case? What happens if you decide to go on a hike, or if you’re stuck waiting for a table at a busy restaurant and you need a little something to tie you over? Chances are pretty good that you’re going to have your wallet with you in these types of scenarios, so keep an ultralight snack stored for just in case situations. These are Adventure Dining Guide’s top 5 ultralight snacks that are so light they can be stored...Read More
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