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 Janae Wilson

Position:Retail and Customer Service Specialist


Where: Havasupai, AZ

Length + Difficulty (Hike or backpacking trip):20 miles round trip trail, difficulty moderate

Best time:Early Spring, late autumn

Brief Summary: Havasupai is an awesome hike to experience. It is an 8 mile trek through a wide slot canyon. There is an added 2 miles to get to the campground if you decide to stay the night. My favorite part of the hike is seeing the waterfalls for the first time, it’s definitely a magical experience. What to bring: Lots of water! It gets hot on the hike and you need to stay hydrated. You will also want to pack light gear, tent, sleeping pad,Sleeping bag, cooking stove (MSR), Light breathable clothing, A hat is a must, sunscreen and some water shoes (chacos worked great for me).

Klymit Gear Recommendations: Static V2, Maxfield 2 Tent, KSB 35 sleeping bag, and Motion 60 backpack.

KSB 35

Top three features: lightweight, very versatile while sleeping because of the baffles, high quality zipper construction.

Best for: Summer camping  

Lamb and Orzo

Backpackers Apple Crumble

Freeze dried apples 1.5 cup
Brown sugar 3 tablespoons
Cinnamon 1 tsp
Ground clove ¼ tsp
Granola ⅓ cup
Walnuts ¼ cup 

Before the hike:
Add these to one ziploc baggie
freeze dried apples 1.5 cup
Brown sugar 3 tablespoons
Cinnamon 1 tsp
Ground clove ¼ tsp

Add these to second ziploc baggie
Granola ⅓ cup
Walnuts ¼ cup

When ready to cook, add dried apples contents in your cup/pan of choice. Add ¼ cup of water and cook till it boils. Take the pan off the stove and add your granola and viola. You are ready to eat a yummy apple cobbler!