Alpine Readiness Camping Food Ideas

Backpacking Food Storage || REI

The last thing you want when you’re miles away from the trailhead is for a bear or some other animal to make off will all your food, so it’s important to store food and smelly items properly. In this video, Miranda shows the two most common methods for handling food in the backcountry: using a bear canister or sack and hanging a food bag. Check out the video, and to learn more read our article: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/food-handling-storage.html ———————————————————————————————————–
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