Trailfoody Is the Subscription Snack Box You Never Knew You Needed Mike Richard October 12 Gear, Modern Vagabond, Review 1 Comment This post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure.The subscription box service has exploded in recent years. It’s now possible to order everything from gourmet meals to luxury apparel to post-apocalypse survival gear. To be honest, I tsktsk‘d the entire thing in the beginning. That was until I received a subscription to Cairn’s monthly boxes. Now, I can’t get enough of them. It’s become something of a strange addiction. So, when Trailfoody reached out with a three-month trial of their Pathfinder subscription — monthly snacks to fuel my outdoor adventures — I jumped all over it. Trailfoody Subscription Review Trailfoody Subscription Box (May) The Skinny Trailfoody is exactly what it sounds like: a subscription box service that delivers a variety of healthy, hiker-friendly, nutrient-dense snacks to your door in reusable stuff sacks each month. In their words, the company notes: Subscribe to Our Under the Radar Newsletter Get our freshest + most popular travel stories, exclusive travel deals, and loads of pretty pictures + travel inspiration! Trailfood has to get you to those special places, sure. But, we also believe that taste is part of the adventure. Each month, we select premium foods that are healthy, have the right nutrient mix for outdoor activities, and also have great taste. Hikers with Trailfoody Subscription Box The Traveler’s Take So far, I’m only a month into my Trailfoody subscription. The box contents change every month, although everything has been very high-quality. Think premium dried fruit, jerky, artisanal trail mixes, energy bars, or small meals that are ready for your next adventure — a picnic, roadtrip, or even the airport — no napkins, utensils, or coolers required. The latest example is October’s Trailfoody Wanderer box which included: Nuun Electrolyte Lemon + Lime drink mix 10-tablet tube Taos Mountain Bars’ Caramel Pecan energy bar Vermont Smoke & Cure Chipotle meat stick Bearded Brothers Mega Maca Chocolate energy bar Gorilly Goods Jungle trail mix Tram Bites by Kate’s Real Food Bare Cinnamon Apple Chips Blue Diamond Sea Salt Nut Thins crackers Nut Butter Nation Brown Sugar Cinnamon peanut butter For hardcore trail lovers, the entire kit above tops out at nearly 2,000 calories! More than enough to fuel a couple of solid hikes. It’s so straightforward that there isn’t much to review beyond what’s in the box. As long as they keep delivering the same quality snacks — and I’ve no doubt they will — I’m loving it! Even Lizzie the Vagabond Cat loves Trailfoody (and she doesn’t like anything!) … Where’s my NOMs?! Pricing + Availability Trailfoody is available in four package levels (all prices in USD): The Wanderer: Best for 1 person who takes 1-2 monthly outings — $19.95/month The Pathfinder: Best for 1 person who takes 3 monthly outings — $42.95/month The Deuce: Best for 2 people who take 1-2 monthly outings — $35.95/month Family Pack: Good for an entire family who like 1 monthly outing — $36.95/month The company promises a savings of 10-30% off retail each month. You can skip a month, change plans, or cancel anytime with no commitment. Disclosure: Vagabondish received a free trial subscription to Trailfoody in advance of this post. Read our view on sponsored content. One Response Henry Riley | Live The Venture October 16 Hi Mike, I like this subscription idea of trail food that is nutrient dense for hikers or anyone who needs a little pick me up. I wonder if there is a way to create a schedule of drop offs so that you can receive these packages as you are attempting a thru hike or a multi day hike where you will be crossing towns along the way. Thanks for sharing! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Let\'s Make Sure You\'re Human ... *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. eight − two = Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.