Tag Archives: denatured

The Pocket Stove: a review

The Pocket Stove from Backpackinglight.co.uk is a tiny stove that promises much. It is designed to work with meths burners, hexamine tablets and wood in the shape of smallish twigs. There are two versions; one in stainless steel and the … Continue reading

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After the Big Three: what next?

So, you’ve  got your sleep system and shelter sorted out and you’ve got a pack to carry them in. Ready to go then? Sorry but no, there’s a few more things you need. I’ve blogged about a few of the … Continue reading

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Caldera Cone Stove

I’m a big fan of meths (denatured alcohol) stoves for cooking on when I’m hiking. They are cheap, easy to use and have bombproof reliability. Perhaps the venerable Trangia is the most well-known meths stove but it is a heavy … Continue reading

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