Well written, thought out and valuable discussion on all things stoves.
My experience with the G-Works Gas Saver R1 for consolidating isobutane fuel canisters.
Car camping, road tripping, doing trail work or even a trailhead bivy? Here’s an overview of stoves that may work.
A look at the stoves I use for backpacking and camping.
Another example of a government agency being leery of alcohol and solid fuel stoves. Will other agencies follow?
Throwback Thursday Gear style: An inexpensive, light, reliable stove that put out a lot of heat.But was discontinued.
Another TBT gear style: the white gas stove Continuing the stroll down memory lane (trail?), another item I used in my formative years of backpacking was an MSR Whisperlite
Going stoveless when backpacking is an option that should be looked at more closely. Here’s why.
A quick and dirty overview for transitioning from a traditional backpacker to a lighter weight backpacker. Chart to compare and contrast weights and prices,too
An overview of backpacking stove types with their pluses and minuses. No such thing a the “best stove”…just what is best for YOU!