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Outdoor Herbivore Gift Wrapping Options
Trying to find a useful gift for that special someone that spends time on the trail? Outdoor Herbivore’s one-pot meals are the perfect option for backpacking, cycle touring, paddling, camping, and travel. With a shelf life of one to two years, these meals are ideal for […]


Holiday Gifts for Backpackers and Hikers
Looking for gifts ideas for the outdoor explorer on your list? These are a collection of products that we use on backpacking trips and feel confident in recommending to you. Waterproof Phone Case You can lose your footing when crossing a river and there is […]


Trekking in the U.S. (for International Hikers)
The United States is home to some of the most rugged and remote long-distance hiking trails in the world. Traversing through a range of landscapes, these trails attracts hikers from all over the globe. The common three long-distance hiking trails, referred as the “triple crown” […]


Aquatic Critters in your Drinking Water
That cold fast moving clear mountain spring appears pristine to the naked eye, but microscopic organisms are thriving in its water by the millions. If ingested, some of these microorganisms can cause severe gastrointestinal infections resulting in diarrhea and vomiting. Two such common microorganisms you might […]


Eating on the Playa: Food options for Burning Man
Many are preparing for the journey to the Black Rock Desert in Nevada to be part of the temporary community called Black Rock City. Organizers describe this event as an experimental community centered on radical self-expression and art. Participants must bring and prepare their own food. […]


Staying Cool on the Trail in Hot Weather
Staying Cool Tip#1: Perspiration & Evaporation When you get overheated and begin to sweat, your skin appears pinkish because the capillaries open up near the skin and release water and salts. As the sweat evaporates, it transfers internal heat from the core to the surface of […]


What you need to know about Blacklegged Ticks and Lyme Disease
There are plenty of biting insects out there. Although annoying, most biting insects cause no harm to humans or animals. The exceptions are the blood-feeding pests that can vector many etiological pathogens, such as mosquitoes and ticks. In the U.S., the Black Legged tick, also […]


10 Easy No Cook Backpacking Lunches
Lunch on the trail should be easy, quick, and high energy. Eating a large meal in the afternoon can slow you down, so your strategy is to eat light and often by snacking during the day and having a light meal for lunch. These cold water prep […]


Where Bear Canisters are Mandatory in the US Parks & Forest
Carrying a bear canister is something that backpackers have to do in many US National Parks and most areas of the California Sierra. Here is the most current information (as of March 2017) on where bear-resistant containers are required, what type, and when.


Muir Trail Ranch Resupply
Reader Question: We will be hiking the John Muir Trail this summer and would like for you to send a resupply to Muir Trail Ranch. Is it possible for Outdoor Herbivore to ship food to the ranch? As I’m sure you’re aware, they require packages to […]