Backpack: Never go on a roadtrip with suitcase. It is the pain in the ass, the best way to travel is with backpack. Running Shoes: I debated bringing heavy-duty hiking shoes AND running shoes, but in the end went with my pair of New Balance Minimus trail runners. They were a great choice. They’re so versatile I could wear them for hotel fitness classes, off-roading in national parks, and solo runs. Another bonus: they dry super quickly, which is nice after crossing unexpected streams or jogging through snow. Comfort Clothes: Work out clothes would be even better Baby Carrots or some dry nuts: Seriously, they are the perfect road food. Packed with vitamins A, C, and K as well as potassium, phosphorus and magnesium, they provide a refreshing on-the-go snack that can be left unrefrigerated for days at a time. Pair them with hummus or even peanut butter to add a little protein boost and turn them into a mini-meal. Yoga Mat: It is the life saver if somehow you need to sleep on the floor. Save you over a bad sleeping time.