Whether you are staying at a deluxe backcountry lodge, a simple alpine hut, or roughing it in tents, Mo’s Mountain Cuisine has you covered. Mo’s cooking is perfect for those big alpine days, or casual day hikes; we provide breakfast, lunch & snacks, appetizers, dinner, and dessert. Dietary allergies? We do our best to ensure that food allergies are accommodated.
Additional charges apply for dietary restrictions.
Food on the Go
Mo’s Mountain Cuisine’s dehydrated meals are perfect for backpacking, camping, ski touring, and any other outdoor pursuits. Mo’s creations are healthy, hearty, delicious and easy to prepare. So whether you are going out for one night or a whole month, you can rest assured that you will start and end your day with a great meal. Contact us for pricing and details.
Basic trip food:
- Full Day Meals include – Breakfast, Lunch, Soup, Dinner & Dessert
- Individual servings of meals are available (Breakfast, Dinners)
- Vegetarian options available
- Additional charge for dietary restrictions.
- Hearty Spaghetti with Pasta
- Chili with Mashed Yams
- Chicken Curry with Rice
- Chicken Cacciatore with Pasta
Frequently Asked Questions
- If there are any dietary restrictions in your group (i.e. lactose intolerant or gluten free) we are able to accommodate you.
- A deposit of $1,000.00 is required a the time of confirming your trip, the balance is due two weeks before your trip starts.
- All our prices are in Canadian dollars.
- Do we need to bring our own lunch the first day?
- Yes! Due to the unpredictable nature of weather you never know when you will get in to the lodge… sometimes it is late in the day.
Please contact Bluebird Cafe (250-439-0008) and they can put together a bagged lunch for you!
- Do we need to take care of the garbage and recycling coming out of the lodge?
- Yes! Most lodges will take care of this for you (GAH, Sorcerer, Amiskwi), however if you are going to Fairy Meadows you are responsible for this. MMC can take care of this for you for an additional charge.
- In an effort to help reduce the waste that we create, we ask that people bring along a lunch bag and reusable sandwich & snack bags.
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