by Micah Orvis

- MEET AJ - 


Name: AJ Cutler

Position: Sales Operations + Data Entry Specialist 


Where: Professor Creek Falls

Length and difficulty: 8.5 miles roundtrip, moderate day hike

Best time: Afternoons in the summer (June-September)

Brief summary: Nothing beats cold rushing water on hot summer days in Southern Utah. This hike follows Professor Creek to a fun waterfall created by giant boulders in a slot canyon. The trail starts in an exposed area, but red rock walls get taller and closer as you approach the falls. The walls offers some shade from the sun, and the path is constantly in and out of the water, so it makes the perfect summer day hike.

Head east from Moab on Highway 128 for around 18 miles, then turn right on BLM road 98. Follow for another 2 miles to the end of the road. The trailhead is marked on the east side of the small parking lot, and the trail follows upstream.

What to bring: Water hiking shoes/sandals, swim suit, Stash 18, hat, sunglasses, lunch, snacks, water, microfiber towel

Klymit Gear Recommendations: Stash 18 (red to match the red rock!) to carry all your gear


Gear: Versa Luxe Blanket

Top three features: Cozy fabric, packs into a pillow, footbox and hand pockets

Best for: Replacing a sleeping bag when camping in warmer temps and using on the couch at home 


Recipe: Veggie Foil


1 Potato
1 Small Sweet Potato
1 Yellow Squash
1 Medium Onion
2 Handfuls of Brussel Sprouts
1 Can of Chickpeas
Olive Oil
Salt, pepper, garlic powder, other seasonings of choice Sriracha
Aluminum foil


Cube potato, sweet potato, and onion Cut brussel sprouts in half
Make bowls out of aluminum foil Combine vegetables in foil bowls

Top with chickpeas, seasonings and olive oil
Close bowl and wrap again with foil
Place in fire for approximately 30 minutes
Once vegetables are tender, carefully take out of the fire using mitts/ tongs, garnish with Sriracha sauce, and enjoy!

Makes 3 servings

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