So what were the most viewed blog posts in 2021 on TrailCooking? A mix of subjects, from gear and food reviews, to me rambling, to trip reports.
This one got a lot of views, in a year when these meals crossed over $14 each.
Who knew a quick review of funky leather boots would get so much readership?
A tiny state park on the Olympic Peninsula where we reviewed a couple meals from Packit Gourmet on a cold day in winter.
How FBC (Freezer Bag Cooking) came to be.
A tiny new area that opened up in 2021 on Whidbey Island – it’s become a very popular hiking area for many reasons.
When I got my first Kit Bag from Hill People Gear it changed a lot for me. I love mine so much….I bought a second one this winter.
Anytime I reviewed Peak Refuel meals this past year, they were popular. The meals are one of the best out there, so there is that.
Another Whidbey Island charmer, this newer property is a great hike. From farmland to the shores of the Salish Sea.
Why I started developing trailcooking recipes.
When I rebuilt TrailCooking a couple years back I reposted a bunch of the section hikes I have done on the PCT. This one was oddly popular reading this past year. I have to think because it’s a section not a lot of people write about.