Best portable hiking snacks to store in your bag

The anatomy of the best hiking snacks is pretty simple: they should be portable, indestructible, and easy to put in your mouth when you’re on the go. Of course, you’ll want to stop at lookout points or scenic peaks for a beer And a decent lunch, but we love snacking on snacks that fuel your efforts without slowing you down.

Whether you’re embarking on a brisk hike, a full-day excursion, or an entire trek through a hike, refueling before, during, and after is key. The ideal hiking snack should be a mixture of healthy carbohydrates with protein and healthy fats to provide you with sustainable energy.

Once you’ve planned your trip, pick up some of these nutritious hiking snacks. After all, a well-fed hiker is a happy camper — or so the saying goes.

A piece of apple and cinnamon from the brand Over Easy.
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1. More than easy bar

While they are linked as an easy and portable breakfast, very easy Bars are insanely good any time of the day. It’s made with ingredients so simple you could probably make your own – but why do it when you can take your time cruising on one of the 14ers in Colorado? Flavors include Apple Cinnamon, Peanut Butter, Banana Nut, and Matcha Vanilla, all of which are Gluten Free Gluten, refined sugars, added flavors and preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, dairy, soy and wheat products. Whew! Got all this? Here is the list of apple cinnamon ingredients: organic oats, almonds, honey, almond butter, tapioca fibres, dried apples, egg whites, cinnamon, vanilla extract and sea salt. Buy a variety pack and thank us later. (Note: Because it contains egg whites, it is not vegan.)

Nutrition per bar220 calories, 9g protein, 11g fat, 7g fiber, 9g total sugar

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