How is the food?
We receive wonderful compliments on our food and many people go out of their way to tell us that they thought the food was great. Lunches on the trail are always hot. Look forward to a variety of satisfying homemade soups, as well as locally made bratwurst, which we roast over a crackling fire during our lunch break. Homemade cookies and breads accompany the meals.
For extra special meals, try a yurt trip. After an active day on the trail, settle in to enjoy a hearty dinner, including pork schnitzel with chipotle apple brandy sauce, served with wild rice pilaf and sourdough French bread. Follow this up with a delicious dessert. Our fresh-out-of-the-oven cranberry bread pudding is a favorite, but so is the rich chocolate fudge pecan cake. Enjoy orange-pecan stuffed French toast or our popular wild rice porridge for breakfast.
Can you accommodate food allergies?
Yes, with ample advanced notice. We regularly customize our menus to accommodate lactose or gluten intolerance, vegetarians, vegans as well as other food allergies. When you fill out your Participant Information Form, whether online or on paper, please include all the details, so that we can shop accordingly. If in doubt, just contact us. We appreciate at least 10 days notice for food allergies on multi-day trips.