When it comes to cooking in the backcountry, canister stoves—those that run on a compressed propane-butane blend—have been my go-to backpacking option for years. For me, their convenience and ease-of-use—attach stove, ignite, boil, simmer, done—more than outweighs the minor drawbacks of the canisters’ small additional weight and expense...
This story originally appeared in the August web edition of AMC Outdoors. You can read the complete story here.
Photo courtesy JetBoil.
Labels: Backpacking, Camping, Hiking, Recycling, Stoves