An overview of backpacking stove types with their pluses and minuses. No such thing a the “best stove”…just what is best for you. Revised October 2018.
A sturdy, reliable, and easy to use water container. Should be a simple item. But most aren’t good. The Reliance Aqua-Tainer is a 7-gallon wonder that works!
Want the convenience of propane for camping but not deal with those (mainly) one-use green canisters? Get an adapter hose!
A relatively light, compact, and quiet white gas stove. It was just marketed wrongly. And the stove came out at the wrong time.
If you camp in off-the-beaten-places, a good table is helpful. Here is one portable, durable, and excellent option.
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.
It is Throwback Thursday with a look at cast iron cook gear! The old school cookware that is suitable for in home or camp.
An inexpensive and effective pot for group trips esp in winter. Works well for car camping, too.