Trailfoody review: a tasty trail food and snack subscription box perfect for hikers and backpackers Hiking Gear

Trailfoody review: an ultra-tasty trail food subscription

Trailfoody delivers delicious, hand-selected trail food, packed in a monthly box with some delicious new brands and flavors and some tasty favorites. It’s a great way to try new flavors out on the trail, and offers great savings, too.

Healthy, delicious trail food delivered right to our door. What could be better? Trailfoody’s mix of tasty snacks and power packed nutrition keeps us fueled up and on to the next adventure. We love the ever-changing menu items that let us enjoy some of our favorite trail treats while introducing us to new brands, products, and flavors we might not have grabbed on a run to the grocery store. And with a savings of 10% – 30% off of MSRP, it’s a great way to get quality, premium trail foods and snacks without breaking the bank.

Trailfoody is an ultra-tasty monthly subscription of trail food, perfect for hikers and backpackers, and makes a great gift, too

Our trail-tested Trailfoody review

Each Trailfoody kit arrives ready to go, packed in an awesome reusable orange stuff sack, and filled with an amazingly delicious combination of energy bars, trail mixes, dried fruit, crackers, and drink mixes. Each item is carefully selected to provide the proper nutrition and calorie content required to keep us sustained while climbing to our favorite mountain summit view or powering over Appalachian Trail balds and ridgelines.

Trailfoody is an ultra-tasty monthly subscription of trail food, perfect for hikers and backpackers, and makes a great gift, too

Our recent Trailfoody kit included some seriously amazing products that we hadn’t seen or tasted before. We loved the LivBar Ginger Lemon Tumeric Superfood Bar, a tasty bar which packs an intense combination of flavors and tons of hearty seeds, dates, and flax into a filling, chewy bar. The satisfying crunch of the Made in Nature Toasted Cinnamon Coconut Chips with not-too-sweet maple syrup and Vietnamese cinnamon had us wishing for at least a few more handfuls. And Kate’s Real Food Grizzly Bar was a perfect snack for the chocoholic in our hiking crew, a crunchy and chewy blend of peanut butter and dark chocolate.

Trailfoody is an ultra-tasty monthly subscription of trail food, perfect for hikers and backpackers, and makes a great gift, too

Our bundle, ‘The Wanderer,’ also included more yummy deliciousness, including a KIND Mango Apple Chia bar, a generously-sized bag of Conundrum Trail Mix, a savory Mediterra trail bar, a Mamma Chia Squeeze pouch, and a simply delicious Simple Squares Cho-Coco chocolate and coconut bar. Trailfoody included a single-serve MESTRENGTH drink mix in our bright orange stuff sack – a generous helping of nine trail foods in our single delivery. And at $24.95 for a single month delivery, or $19.95 per month subscription, ‘The Wanderer’ makes for a great gift for a hiker or trail junkie on your gift list.

Trailfoody is an ultra-tasty monthly subscription of trail food, perfect for hikers and backpackers, and makes a great gift, too

Trailfoody’s variety of monthly plans let us select just the right amount of trail food based on the number of outings we have planned and the number of people joining the adventure. And we love that there’s no commitment. We can skip a Trailfoody package or change our monthly membership level at anytime, depending on how much we’re hitting the trail.

Trailfoody review wrap up

We love the convenience, healthy, delicious snack choices, and value Trailfoody provides. Each monthly kit gives us everything we need to get out the door and on the trail. The delicious mix of trail foods, snacks, and drink mixes keeps us fueled up and lets us sample some awesome new brands and products each month. And with a savings of 10%-30% off grocery store prices, we keep our budget happy, too.

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Rob Sollie fell in love with the outdoors while growing up in Montana near Glacier National Park. Since he moved to Atlanta in 2001, he’s made it a mission to find great outdoor adventures in Georgia and throughout the South. Rob’s favorite trails include the Conasauga River Trail in Georgia and the Deep Gap Trail at Mount Mitchell near Asheville.