Being able to cook your special meal, boil a cup of hot coffee or tea to keep warm, and roast some games among others while camping – is part of the adventure and fun as a backpacker.
With a perfect backpacking stove, you can improve your wilderness and camping adventures in ways that few other tools can’t – though all vital tools come well complementary for your comfort.
Now you can enjoy your cooking experience with backpacking stoves that are uniquely designed, light & convenient for your entire trip. With the selected backpacking cooking gears for 2017 on this list, you will be able to spend a lot less time with your camp food preparations & your pack will also stay good & light.
I created this list to help you save time with a choice – as there are too many of them in the marketplace to cause enough confusion & distraction. Anyone you choose from this list below would be perfect for your trip!
Consider the following When Selecting Hiking Cooking Gear:
TYPE OF STOVE: In the marketplace, there are solid fuel stoves, alcohol stoves, canister stoves, wood stoves, liquid fuel stoves, among others.
PRICING: Backpacking cooking stoves are presented in a wide range of prices and they do come between $50 and $1000. Considering pricing, you need to factor in – convenience and durability.
WEIGHT: Some come weighing as much as a pound and other lighter ones weighing under an ounce.
WINTER USAGE: Because of the cold moments in seasons like this, you should consider a stove that saves fuel and that does well in such freezing conditions. Liquid fuel stoves are great for this purpose.
FIRMNESS: You need a stove that stays stable on the ground as you wouldn’t want it knocking down your cooked meal.
FUEL TANK SIZE: This includes the type of fuel tank the unit can interface with as well as fuel type. All of the units in this article are compatible G2/G3/G5 gas tank. You also want to consider the fuel types. Some canisters are designed to use blends of fuel sold by the manufacturer. In some cases for performance this is a good idea for more extreme conditions.
So let’s get the list burning: