It burns kerosene, unleaded gasoline, canister fuel, and alcohol
A packable device producing fire for camp cooking.
Every stove claims it's the fastest. We pitted them head-to-head in a winner-takes-all boil-off.
I'm hiking the Arctic Circle Trail in Greenland. What's the best lightweight camp stove to bring? Adrian Plymouth UK
Base camp essentials that take the rough out of roughing it
My backpacking gear got swiped from my car. Can you help me find inexpensive but suitable replacements?
I planning a number of long backpacking trips in the Cascades and Olympics, as well as climbs of Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Ads, and Mt. Rainier this summer. Recently, most of my old gear was stolen from my car while moving. I still have a tent and sleeping bag, but I no longer have my backpack, boots, stove, or any foul-weather gear. Can you recommend the best all-around light gear that is not too expensive but can hold up to the demands of the Pacific Northwest? (Just so you know, I a small women5'2" and 103 lbsso I need to keep things light and small.) Michele Portland, OR
Im looking for a new cp stove for climbing at high altitude (10,000+ feet). Whats the best stove for the harsher conditions at higher altitudes? Matt Vancouver, British Columbia
My son is headed to New Zealand for the spring semester. Things sure have changed since I went to college! He will have some time to backpack, and hes not sure if a canister or white-gas stove will be easier to travel with and refuel. We have been eying the Vargo Jet-ti. What do you think? Mike Front Royal, Virginia
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