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.
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.