Dehydrated meals to dutch oven gourmet; the camping gear that lets you eat like a king.
Buy It for Life: Iconic Gear That Hasn’t Changed
Sometimes a piece of gear comes along that’s so good, messing with it will only make it worse.
MSR WindBurner Duo Review: Twice the Volume, Same Boil Speed
After countless backcountry hunting expeditions, the MSR Windburner Duo has proved itself invaluable. It boils a lot of water quickly, which means less waiting for morning coffee and sunset dinners.
3D-Printed Camp Stove Is ‘Windproof,’ Made With Lasers
The PeakBoil camp stove is made from layers of laser-heated molten steel. Its designers make the bold claim that it outperformed conventional options on a windy mountaintop in the Swiss Alps.
Traeger Goes Portable: Meet the Ranger Wood Pellet Grill
Traeger grills are renowned for home use. A new model, the Ranger, gives tailgate chefs a portable pellet grill option.
Boil Water in 100 Seconds: Jetboil Flash Review
The Jetboil Flash, the brand’s update to the ever-popular backpacking stove boils water quick. Here, we review the updated Flash, with design improvements in 2018.
Essentials for Easy Off-the-Grid Living
From heating pre-dawn coffee to lighting base camp at nightfall, our editor has lived off the grid enough to know what it takes to make it out there. So she’s compiled her favorite gear here to share with other would-be hermits.
Free Gear Fridays: Sea to Summit Alpha 2 Pot Cook Set
This week, one lucky winner will receive an Alpha 2 Pot Cook Set from Sea to Summit!
No Softie: Get to Know YETI’s ‘BackFlip’ Cooler Backpack
What, where, even why to carry: YETI explains the ins and outs of its increasingly popular cooler backpack the BackFlip.
Our Favorite Camp Cookware On Sale Now
If you’re looking to outfit your backpacking kitchen for summer hikes, several top products are on sale through Memorial Day. Grab a deal, hit the trail, and get cooking.
Best Backpacking Stoves of 2018: Let’s Get Cooking
From solo canister stoves to four-season multi-fuel options, we tested and found the best backpacking stoves.
MSR WindBurner Review: Fuel-Sipping Stove
The WindBurner Combo is the latest stove system in the growing MSR lineup. Over the last few months, our editor used it to cook all his camp favorites – from sunrise pancakes to late night pasta. So, should you buy the MSR WindBurner? Check out the full review.
Morsel Claims It Builds a Better Spork
Love them or hate them, the spork is a staple of outdoor gear. Now, a brand called Morsel claims to have built a better eating tool for the outdoors.
Undetectable Killer: Cooking (or Heating) With Gas in Tents
Odorless, colorless, poisonous: Carbon monoxide is a deadly threat to campers who cook and heat with gas inside tents.
No Ice Needed: Put A Refrigerator In Your Car
The Dometic CFX35W adds WiFi and a mobile app interface to an already popular line of 12-volt fridges.
For the Outdoorsy Chef: A Camp Cooking Gear Guide
Whether checking items off your own list or filling the stocking of a camp chef, these camp cooking gift ideas are sure to please.
‘Smokeless’ Fire Pit Cooks Food, Charges Phone
No smoke, floating flames, and a grate to cook your meal: Meet the BioLite FirePit.
Excerpt: Outdoors Cookbook For Dirtbags To Glampers
Think ‘Nutella Crepes for Peak Baggers Who Can’t Make Crepes’ sounds yummy? Brandon Leonard and Anna Brones offer goofy and practical recipes in the outdoors cookbook, Best Served Wild.
Camp To Kitchen: Patagonia Provisions Becoming ‘Everyday Food’
Patagonia Provisions may look like backpacking food, but the tasty offerings are at home on the trail and the dining room table.