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Alpine hiking menu

katelynne | May 17, 200906:44 PM     7

Dear chowhounds,

This summer my husband and I will be hiking in the Colorado Rockies. We stay in a B&B (which has a fridge), and then we do dayhikes lasting 3-8 miles. Lunch needs to be relatively light, not too fragile, and hold up without refrigeration for a few hours. I need 4 lunches for 2. I have 2 planned based on last successes:
1) 2-3 types of goat cheese, bread, the wonderful fig tapenade found on this board
2) 2-3 english cheddars, Whole Food's walnut-currant bread, apples

It'd be nice to have a non-cheese lunch as well. Melon and prosciutto perhaps, but then what to accompany it? and then I need 1 more lunch?

Thanks...

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