Rainy Camping Adventure: Northbrook Mountain Bush Campsite & 24-Hour Ration Pack Review
Everytime I head out for a camping trip it seems to rain, but I can’t complain. It also seems to make the trip so much more relaxing. This weekend I made the short uphill trek to the top of Northbrook Mountain to stay at the remote bush campsite located on the peak of the mountain. The campsite is approx. 5km into the 28km hike I did in this National Park in the first week of February this year. Click Here to view that video, which was also completed in rainy weather.
Luckily, I had the place to myself, apart from the 1.5m carpet python that slithered by around 7pm while I was making dinner. The mountain top was surrounded wildflowers and wet sclerophyll forest with panoramic views from both sides of the campsite.
On this trip I wanted to try out the 24 hour ration pack made by Back Country, which I picked up from Aussie Storm Shop the week prior. The ration pack provided 3,100 calories via the following meals and snacks;
- Breakfast – Wheatflakes & Fruit Salad (90 grams)
- Lunch – Nasi Goreng (90 grams)
- Dinner – Pasta Vegetariano (90 grams)
- Trail Mix (100 grams)
- Chocolate Pebbles (55 grams)
- Oatie Biscuits x2
- Jelly Bean Pack (100 grams)
- Chocolate Drink (Prepare in a cup with hot or cold water)
- Orange Juice Drink Sachet x1
The ration pack also included the following;
- Creamer Sachet x4
- Coffee Sachet x2
- Tea Bags x2
- Sugar Sachets x4
- Salt Sachets x2
- Pepper Sachet x1
- Plastic Spoon
- 1 Pack Tissue (4-ply)
In the future I am planning on creating some review videos for different hiking/adventure meals and snacks, as well as making some of my own ’24 ration packs’.
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