Top 10 Camping Stoves to Warm Your Outdoor Adventure

While being on a camping trip, it isn’t enough to enjoy the scenery, but you also have to eat, and for this it is a must to have a camping stove. Here you will find some that you should most definitely take into consideration.

1. Primus Himalaya Multi Fuel Stove

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This is the stove that you have been looking for in case you want to have something that you can take everywhere and that can run on almost anything. You should know about this product, that it has won the Backpacker Magazine Editors’ Choice Award in 1998.

The product could be considered a kind of hybrid, because it is able to run on canister or liquid fuel. This kind of stove is especially useful in case you are planning on camping in every season or if you would like to reach high grounds.

2. MSR Reactor

Camping StovesThere are some advantages that this camping stove has, including that it is highly efficient, and it is working as it should even in wind. It is able to boil water very fast and it is also reliable. More importantly, it is compact so that it fits in small places.

Nonetheless there are also some downsides of the product, such as the fact that it is quite expensive and it doesn’t have an automatic igniter. In the same time it is quite small and it is difficult to control the heat output.

3. Jetboil Sol

Camping StovesThe cost of this product is of about $120 and the most important advantages are that it is quite small and compact and it is easy to carry around because it is lightweight. It takes only little time to boil the water with it and it is stable.

It comes with an insulated pot and there are also many accessories included in the set. Although the product seems to be perfect, there are also some flaws, like the fact that the pot that it comes with is quite small and the product is everything but versatile.

4. Snow Peak LiteMax

Camping StovesOne of the most important features of this product is that it is surprisingly lightweight. The total weight of the stove is of 1.9 ounces.  In the same time it is quite inexpensive compared to other similar products and it is able to support sturdy pots.

Still the stove has some disadvantages as well, such as the fact that the pot and the fuel canister are not included and it has high carbon monoxide emissions. It could be considered an advantage that the burner folds up so it is easy to store it in a small place.

5. Jetboil Flesh

Camping StoveYou can find this camping stove at the price of $100, and the best thing about it is that it fits in a backpack because it is compact and since it is lightweight, it isn’t difficult to carry around. It doesn’t take much time for it to boil water. It comes with an insulated pot and it is a stable product.

There are also some downsides that you have to be prepared for, like the fact that the pot is small and that the stove isn’t really versatile. It is most suitable for the fast and light activities.

6. Jetboil Helios

Camping StoveJust as any other product, this one as well has some pros and cons, such as the fact that it performs quite well in cold weather and there are pots available in two different sizes, of 2 and 3 liters. Another advantage is that the camping stove is able to boil water very fast, and it is easy to carry it around because it is very compact.

Although it would fit in your backpack, you should be prepared, because it is quite heavy. On the other hand it is quite expensive and the piezo igniter is finicky.

7. Optimus Nova

Camping StovesYou will have to give up $150 to get this stove, but the advantage is that it is a stable product that in the same time is durable, as it offers good control to the user. Still don’t forget that it is quite heavy, so it isn’t that easy to carry it around and it is also quite large, so it could not fit into your backpack.

If you like simple things, then this might not be the product for you because it is quite complicated.


Camping StovesThis kind of stove is the choice of many campers because it is able to run on a variety of fuels and it is able to offer you the results that you are looking for even in cold weather and high altitudes. In the same time you can be sure that it won’t break down when you most need it.

On the other hand there are also some downsides of the stove that you should know about, like the fact that there is need for priming, the stove is quite loud when working, and it comes with a poor temperature control.

9.MSR Dragonfly

Camping StoveThe cost of this stove is of about $130, and it is worth its price because it is very stable and it is a great simmer. Nonetheless is could not be really suitable if you are preparing for a long hike, because it is heavy and it isn’t really compact. When it is in use it can get quite loud and it comes with a short fuel line.

10.Brunton Wind River Range

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In case of this camping stove you will have 15,000 Btus (British thermal units) per burner and in the same time the stove is rugged and sturdy. It is easy to use, because you can adjust the heat with ease. The disadvantage of the product is that it could be expensive for certain campers and it offers only limited portability because of its size.

It also comes with a storage compartment, cutting board, stainless steel grate that is removable and windscreens to protect the flame. The total weight that the stove has is of 23 pounds.