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With the temperatures rising and the seasons changing, this is the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors and go for a hike. If this sounds like a good plan to you, continue reading to get some ideas of snacks you can take to stay nourished while you're out there. Just remember to be careful, to drink lots of water, and to avoid littering on your hikes.

Snacks for the Outdoors

Granola Bars

Granola bars are perfect as a hiking option because they require minimal effort, they're easy to carry and eat, and they provide a flavorful source of energy as you're working through the trails.

A Sandwich

If your hunger is a bit more ferocious, a sandwich is the way to go. One made with fresh whole grain bread, lean meats and fresh ingredients is easy to prepare and can be extremely delicious.

Nuts, Seeds, and Dried Fruits

If you're someone who likes munching on a combination of salty and sweet, this is the snack for you. A few almonds and walnuts, mixed with dried cherries and raisins, can give you the energy to keep going.


If you want protein to hike and work out, jerky can provide it for you. There are a ton of different kinds of jerky to choose from, and each one can help you have the nutrition your muscles need to be strong.

Get Your Bread at the Best Bakery in Austin

Enjoy the new season hiking and snacking on some delicious bread from Great Harvest in Austin. Call now at (512) 329-9216 to learn more about their menu, which is made up of the freshest, healthiest, and most delicious bread and sweets, from the best bakery in Austin.
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