This informative post was originally featured on Backcountry Fuel Box Folks familiar with the backcountry travel lexicon will be familiar people focusing on calories per ounce to lighten up their backpacking load on trips. It helps to understand that some granola bars, trail mixes, and other snacks for the backcountry really don’t cut… Read more »
Interested in entrepreneurship? Last week Wes King sat down with Lisa Gerber of Big Leap Creative and The Gear Show Podcast to talk about his entrepreneurial journey and how Tahoe Trail Bar got to where it is today. How did Tahoe Trail Bar start? What struggles did Wes face? What the inflection point for… Read more »
Some of the best sights to see in America are in the Sierra Nevadas. National parks are particularly beautiful and fun to explore. The Sierra Nevadas contain Yosemite National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, and Sequoia National Park.
The Bar of Vegan Athletes I am not a doctor, but I am an outdoor adventurer and a vegan athlete. With this in mind, I am always looking for the next book, article, or blog post about the science of performance nutrition. I am voracious in my pursuit of knowledge and inspiration to achieve peak performance. As… Read more »
Hey TTB Fans, Wes here. I don’t often write for our blog but I wanted to tell you a story. When I was young, my favorite snack was the Quaker Oats chewy peanut butter chocolate chip bars. I used to love to play in the woods, and I would take the variety pack box out of the… Read more »
Whether it’s an epic journey that ends with headlamps or another day training for life, we want to know how Tahoe Trail Bar is fueling your journey. Share your story with #FuelForTheJourney and tag @TahoeTrailBar and we’ll post our favorites.
“Born in a coffee shop on the southern shores of Lake Tahoe, we pride ourselves on our humble beginnings and mountain roots. The local community fell in love with our bar because it's high-quality fuel, crafted with ingredients they loved and could pronounce. Our bar quickly became a delicious connection to their outdoor passions. Our fuel is always vegan and gluten-free. Our company always praises balance and gratitude.”
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