The Ultimate List of Backpacking Stoves


ultimate backpacking stove guide

When it comes to backpacking, weight will always and forever be a huge factor. The weight of every single thing that goes in your pack should be evaluated, even your camp stove. Below is a list of backpacking stoves that are on the market today that are catered to the backpacker. You won’t find attached grills or double burners or USB outlets but what you will find are backpacking stoves that are perfect for your backpacking adventure.


How to Decide on a Backpacking Stove

First and foremost, the stove you choose to carry in your pack will depend on the climate, how you choose to cook, and how many people you intend to feed. There are different stoves that work well in different climates. If you will be predominately in a colder climate or in higher elevations, you should seek out a liquid fuel stove, for example. You should also consider the type of food you are wanting to cook. Do you need to simply boil water to rehydrate a meal or are you looking to simmer your food for awhile? Also, the amount of people depending on one stove will depend on if you should purchase a group/family stove or a personal stove. Some stoves come complete with a cook system by including a pot in the purchase. Whatever your preference is, there is a stove catered just for you! In many of the stove descriptions below, these preferences are addressed.

To clarify, there are a variety of stoves listed below, including multi-fuel stoves, isobutane stoves, and wood-burning stoves. If you happen to know of a backpacking stove not included in this list, please leave a comment below and it will be added.

Don’t have the funds for these backpacking stoves? Don’t let lack of money get you down. You can definitely make your own backpacking stove. Check out our article to learn all about DIY cookware.


Lightest Stoves:

NomadLife Lightweight Titanium Stove (0.9 oz) and Olicamp Ion Micro Titanium Stove (1.5 oz)

Cheapest Stoves:

JOGR Canister Stove ($14.99 USD, burns isobutane), Bleuet Pocket Stove ($7.25 USD, burns esbit)


MSR Stoves | Jetboil Stoves | Optimus Stoves | Primus Stoves

Snow Peak Stoves | Soto Stoves | Olicamp Stoves | Kovea Stoves

Other Stove Brands (Coleman, Bluet, Vargo & More)

(Click on the links above to jump to that brand’s table)

MSR Stoves / Shop MSR

MSR mountain safety research brand backpacking stoves

Read our review on the MSR Whisperlite

MSR Whisperlite Multi-fuel stove backpacking stoves

MSR Whisperlite International / Photo Credit: Nathanael Coyne via Flickr

msr reactor backpacking stove backpacking stoves

MSR Reactor / Photo Credit: Nick Taylor via Flickr

MSR Pocket Rocket backpacking lightweight Stove backpacking stoves

MSR Pocket Rocket / Photo Credit: Richard A via Flickr

 

 

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
MSR  PocketRocket Canister/

Isobutane

 $39.95 USD 3 oz. 1L in 3.5  min Inexpensive

Comes with  hardcase

Lightweight

 Unstable
MSR MicroRocket Canister/

Isobutane

$59.95 USD 2.6 oz. 1L in 3.5 min Smallest and lightest  MSR  stove

Comes with hardcase

Comes with piezo lighter

Unstable

Wind guard recommended

 MSR  WindBurner Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L  pot

Comes with  folding  stand

Heavy
MSR  Reactor Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$189USD 14.7 oz for 1L size 1L in 3.5 min Comes in different sizes (1L, 1.7L,  2.5L)

Can accommodate 1-3 ppl  depending  on size purchased

Storm proof

Heavy

Does not simmer

Expensive

 MSR XGK-EX  Remote Canister / Liquid Fuel/

Multi-Fuel

$159.95 USD 13.8 oz Depends on fuel type Multi-fuel capable (kerosene, white gas, diesel)

Comes with windscreen

Retractable legs and pot platform = stable

Heavy/bulky

No temp control

Expensive

 MSR SuperFly Canister/

Isobutane

$65-$75 USD 4.6 oz 1L in 3 min Multi-mount interface/gas capable = great for international travel Tough to pack

Wind guard recommended

MSR Wind Pro II Remote Canister/

Isobutane

$99.95 USD 6.6 oz 1L in 3.6 min Fits in 1L potCold weather

Low fuel performance

Bulky

Expensive

MSR DragonFly Remote Canister / Multi-Fuel $139.95 USD 14 oz Depends on fuel type Burns white gas, kerosene,  unleaded auto fuel, diesel, and jet  fuel Heavy

Expensive

Noisy

 Whisperlite (Check out our review of this stove!)  

Remote Canister / Liquid fuel

$89.95 USD 11 oz 1L in 3.9 min Simple and small Heavy

Difficult to simmer

MSR Whisperlite Universal Remote Canister / Multi-Fuel $139.95 USD 11.5 oz Depends on fuel type Burns canister fuel, white gas, kerosene and unleaded gasoline

Good for cold weather

 

Reviews stated issue with adapting to canister fuel

Most expensive of the Whisperlite series

MSR Whisperlite International Multi-Fuel $99.95 USD 10.9 oz Depends on fuel type Burns white gas, kerosene, and unleaded auto fuel

Good for large groups (not recommended for solo or partners)

 

Difficult to simmer

 

 

JetBoil Stoves / Shop JetBoil

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Read our review on the JetBoil Flash!

Jetboil backpacking stove backpacking stoves

Jetboil Sumo / Photo Credit: Viewminder via Flickr

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Jetboil Stove / Photo Credit: Erik & Pia Sjostedt via Flickr

Jetboil Flash backpacking stove backpacking stoves

Jetboil Flash / Photo Credit: Nordtrekking.de via Flickr

 

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
JetBoil  MiniMo Integrated Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 13.1 oz. 0.5L in 2 min 15 sec Quick boiling

 

Nice temp control

Expensive

No wind guard

JetBoil MicroMo Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$159.95 USD 11.2 oz 0.5L in 2 min 15 sec  

Lightweight

Titanium cooking cup

 

For heating/water boiling only, no simmer

JetBoil Flash (Read our review on this stove!) Integrated Canister/

Isobutane

$99.95 USD 14 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Efficient

Insulated Pot

Heavy
JetBoil Flash Lite Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$99.95USD 11 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Fairly Lightweight

insulated pot

Recommended for personal use

 

Does not work well in cold and wind
JetBoil Joule Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$99.95USD 11 oz 1L in 2 min 40 sec Award-winning group cooking system Heavy

Not recommended for personal use

JetBoil Sumo Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$139.95USD 17.1 oz 1L in 4 min 15 sec Group cooking system

 

Reviews claim that lid does not stay on and certain parts on not very durable
 JetBoil Zip Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$79.95USD 12 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Compact

Recommended for personal use

 

Does not come with igniter

Lacks features common with other JetBoil models

Not recommended for simmering or cooking (only boiling)

 

Optimus Stoves / Shop Optimus

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Optimus Crux backpacking canister Stove backpacking stoves

Optimus Crux / Photo Credit: Erik & Pia Sjostedt

Optimus Nova Remote Canister Stove backpacking stoves

Optimus Nova / Photo Credit: Erik & Pia Sjostedt

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
Optimus Polarus Optifuel  

Remote Canister/ Multi-Fuel

$179.95 USD 16.75 oz. 1L in 3.4  min Can burn White gas, LPG Gas, Gasoline, Kerosene, Diesel, Jet fuel Heavy

Rather loud

Optimus Nova  

Remote Canister/ Multi-Fuel

$149.95 USD 16.22 oz. 1L in 3.5 min Can burn White gas, Jet Fuel, Diesel, Kerosene  

Heavy

 Optimus Nova+  

Remote Canister/ Multi-Fuel

$159.95 USD 15.16 oz 1L in 3.5 min Can burn White gas, Jet Fuel, Diesel, Kerosene Heavy

Large

Optimus Svea  

White gas

$119.95 USD 19.4 oz 1L in 7 min  

Lid doubles as cook pot

Made of solid brass/durable

 

Heavy

Slow boil time

Optimus Vega Remote Canister/ Isobutane $94.95 USD 6.3 oz 1L in 4.5 min 4-season stove

Fairly lightweight

Simmers well

No built-in igniter

 

 Optimus Crux  

Canister / Isobutane

$49.95 USD 3 oz 1L in 3 min Lightweight Burner oxidizes
Optimus Crux Lite Canister/

Isobutane

$39.95 USD 2.6 oz 1L in 3 min Lightweight

 

Burner oxidizes

Not as compact as MSR’s PocketRocket and MicroRocket

Optimus Elektra FE Canister / Isobutane $94.95 USD 16 oz 1L in 2.3 min Efficient

Includes pot and windscreen

Not the lightest
Optimus Crux Weekend HE  

Canister / Isobutane

$79.95 USD 9.7 oz 1L in 3 min Includes pot and fry pan (pan doubles as pot lid)

Pot has pour spout

Must carry lighter or matches
Optimus Crux Lite with Terra Solo Canister / Isobutane $59.95 USD 9.6 oz 1L in 3 min Crux Lite stove with Terra Solo cook set Poor cold weather performance

 

Snow Peak Stoves / Shop Snow Peak

Snow Peak Stove Logo backpacking stoves

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Snow Peak Gigapower / Photo Credit: el Neato via Flickr

Snow Peak Gigapower Auto backpacking canister stove backpacking stoves

Snow Peak Gigapower Auto / Photo Credit: Jonas Nockert via Flickr

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
Snow Peak LiteMax Titanium Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$59.95 USD 1.9 oz. 1L in 4 min 25 sec Lightweight Slow boil time
Snow Peak GigaPower Manual Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$39.95 USD 3.25 oz. 1L in 4 min 48 sec Lightweight

Inexpensive

 

Does not come with igniter

Not very stable

Slow boil time

Snow Peak GigaPower Stove Auto Canister/

Isobutane

$49.95 USD 3.75 oz 1L in 4 min 48 sec Lightweight Slow boil time

 

Primus Stoves / Shop Primus

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Primus classic trail stove backpacking cooking cookware backpacking stoves

Primus Classic Trail / Photo Credit: Leon Brocard via Flickr

Primus ETA Express backpacking cooking Stove backpacking stoves

Primus ETA Express / Photo Credit: Mikael Leppä via Flickr

primus spider backpacking cooking stove backpacking stoves

Primus Spider / Photo Credit: Werner Moser via Flickr

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
Primus OmniLite TI Remote Canister/ Multi-Fuel $179.95 USD 12 oz. 1 L in 2.4 min Made of titanium

Suitable for 1-2 people

Burns butane, gasoline, diesel, white gas, kerosene, and aviation fuel

Expensive
Primus OmniFuel II  

Remote Canister/ Multi-Fuel

$169.95 USD 15.9 oz.  

Suitable for 1-4 people

Burns LP gas, gasoline, diesel, kerosene, aviation fuel

Heavy

Expensive

Primus ETA Spider Stove Set Remote Canister/

Isobutane

$159.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2 min 50 sec Compact system for two

Can upgrade to use multi-fuel

Heavy

Expensive

 Primus ETA Lite Integrated  Canister/

Isobutane

$104.95 USD 14.8 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Comes pot coozie

Efficient

 Small pot compared to competitors
Primus Classic Trail Canister / Isobutane $19.95 USD 8 oz Lightweight

Recommended for 1-3 people

Cheap

 Lightweight for Primus but heavier than competitors
Primus Express Canister/

Isobutane

$39.95 USD 2.9 oz Lightweight

Cheap

Fast Boil

Doesn’t simmer well
Primus ETA Express Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.8 oz 1L in 3.6 min Nice windscreen Heavy

Expensive

 

Soto Stove / Shop Soto

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soto muka backpacking camping cooking cookware stove backpacking stoves

Soto Muka / Photo Credit: Erik & Pia Sjostedt via Flickr

soto windmaster backpacking camping lightweight cookware stove backpacking stoves

Soto Windmaster / Photo Credit: KinghaChou via Flickr

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Soto Windmaster / Photo Credit: KinghaChou via Flickr

 

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
Soto AMICUS Canister/

Isobutane

$44.95 USD 2.6 oz. Can purchase with or with Piezo lighter

Lightweight

Soto Windmaster Canister/

Isobutane

$74.95 USD 2.3-3 oz depending on pot support 1L in 3.5 min Come with two different pot supports, one recommend for small pots and one for larger pots

Lightweight

Slower boil time
Soto MicroRegulator Canister/

Isobutane

$69.95 USD 2.6 oz Lightweight

Great in high altitude/cold temperatures

Fragile pot support
Soto Compact Foldable Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$40 USD 5 oz  

One of the world’s smallest igniter stoves

 

Not very stable
Soto Muka Stove Remote Canister/ Multi-Fuel $146.95 USD 11 oz Depends on fuel type Burns white gas or auto fuel Pot support is very stable

Expensive

 

Olicamp Stoves / Shop Olicamp

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Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
Olicamp Ion Micro Titanium Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$49.95 USD 1.5 oz.  

Boasts to be smallest and most compact canister stove in the world

Unstable
Olicamp Kinetic Ultra Titanium Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$49.95 USD 1.7 oz.  

Lightweight

Unstable

Control valve too close to flame

Case is awkward to pack

Olicamp Electron Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$39.95 USD 3.9 oz Lightweight

Foldable pot supports

Efficient due to round burner head

Unstable
Olicamp Vector Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$29.95 USD 3 oz Lightweight

Compact

Efficient

Cheap

Could be more stable

Flame control is only ok

Olicamp Xcelerator Ultra Titanium Stove Remote Canister/

Multi-Fuel

$69.95 USD 3.5 oz Depends on fuel type  

Stable with larger pots

Lightweight

 

No built-in igniter

 

 

Kovea Stoves / Shop Kovea

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Kovea Moonwalker / Photo Credit: ernesto guillermo via Flickr

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Kovea Stove / Photo Credit: Vern via Flickr

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
Kovea Booster Dual Max Remote  Canister / Multi-Fuel $146.97 USD 15 oz Burns white gas and butane, unleaded petrol/gasoline Expensive

Heavy

Kovea Booster +1 Remote Canister/

Multi-Fuel

$157 USD 15 oz. Stable

Efficient

Simmers

Burns White gas, butane/propane canisters

Expensive

Heavy

Pump carried separately

 Kovea Hydra  

Remote canister / Multi-Fuel

$195.95 USD 15 oz. Burns White gas, butane/propane canisters

Noise is reduced

Expensive

Heavy

Kovea Camp-5 Remote Canister/

Butane

$49.50 USD 5.5 oz Has copper pipes

Lightweight for remote canister stove

May not be great for simmering

Hard to get stove back in case

Small feet

Kovea Dual Flame Remote Canister/

Isobutane

$74.44 USD 8 oz  

Perfect for simmering because of dual flame design

comes with piezo igniter

Small feet
Kovea Expedition Stove Remote  Canister/

Isobutane

$75.95 USD 15.7 oz 1L in 4.3 min Auto igniter Heavy
Kovea Moonwalker Remote  Canister/

Isobutane

$69.95 USD 10.22 oz 1L in 5 min Foldable legs

Electric piezo ignition

Heavy-ish
Kovea Spider Remote  Canister/

Isobutane

$64.95 USD 6.6 oz  

Lightweight

Compact

Slow average boil

Not efficient in windy conditions

Kovea Backpackers Canister/

Isobutane

$20 USD 6.7 oz 1L in 4.3 min Ideal for solo campers

rustproof components

A bit heavy compared to similar stoves

Not the best at simmering

Kovea Eagle  Canister/

Isobutane

$29.95 USD 3.7 oz 1L in 4.65 min Cheap

Lightweight

Not the most stable

Not recommended for large pots

Kovea Fireman Canister/

Isobutane

$49.95 USD 3.1 oz Aluminum body

Lightweight

Adjustable pot support

Kovea Flame Tornado Canister/

Isobutane

$19.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Hiker Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Maximum Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

 Heavy
Kovea Power Nano Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Scorpion Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Scout Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L  pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Solo Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Supalite Titanium Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Titanium Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Vulcan Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Alpine EZ Eco Integrated Canister/

Isobutane

$129.95 USD 15.25 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Personal Stove

Solo Trips

Comes with 1L pot

Comes with folding stand

Heavy
Kovea Alpine Pot Integrated Canister/

Isobutane

$190 USD 14.7 oz for 1L size 1L in 3.5 min Comes in different sizes (1L, 1.7L,  2.5L)

Can accommodate 1-3 ppl depending on size purchased

Storm proof

Heavy

Does not simmer

Expensive

Kovea Alpine Pot Wide Liquid Fuel/

Multi-Fuel

$159.95 USD 13.8 oz Depends on fuel type Multi-fuel capable (kerosene, white gas, diesel)

Comes with windscreen

Retractable legs and pot platform = stable

Heavy/bulky

No temp control

Expensive

 

Other Brands/Models of Backpacking Stoves

Name Stove Type/Fuel MSRP Min Weight (oz) of stove (not including gas or packed weight) Boil Time Best Uses / Qualities Flaws
JOGR Canister Stove Canister / Isobutane $9 USD 3.9 oz Lightweight

Cheap

Not efficient with fuel
NomadLife Lightweight Titanium Stove Canister/

Isobutane

25.95 USD 0.9 oz. Extremely lightweight May not fit some gas canisters
Nomadic Stove Company’s Trekker  

Wood Stove

$100 USD 6.3 oz. 1L in8-10 min Made in USA

 

 

Not very efficient
EmberLit UL Titanium Stove Wood/coal $76.46 USD 5.45 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Made in USA

Lightweight

Expensive

Not very efficient

Bluet Stove Bluet or esbit fuel $24.73 USD Pot and stove together 10 oz Fairly lightweight Burns esbit

Blackens cookware

Windguard recommended

Not very efficient

Bluet Pocket Stove Bluet or esbit fuel $7.73 USD 3.25 oz  

Lighweight

cheap

Not efficient

burns esbit

Esbit Solid Fuel Stove

 

Esbit Fuel

$29.95 USD Pot and stove together 7 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min Built-in windshield Burns chemical esbit
Bushcraft Essentials Bushbox Outdoor Pocket Stove Wood/Esbit $39.90 USD 9.2 oz 0.5L in 10 min burning esbit Compact

Durable

Blackens Pot

Can’t use during fire bans

No flame control/simmering

Burns chemical esbit

Campingaz Twister Plus Stove*

*There are more Campingaz stoves on the market but the stoves and gas may not be available in Canada and the U.S.

 Canister/

Isobutane

$29.95 USD 9.3 oz 1L in 3 min 45 sec  

Fairly Cheap

 

Unstable

Not a screen on gas connector so gas cartridges may be difficult to find

Stansport Isobutane Backpacking Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$20.99 USD 8 oz Great for beginner stove because easy to use

Cheap

Not for simmering

 

Vargo Outdoors Decadon Stove  

Denatured Alcohol stove

$34.95 USD 1.2 oz Made of titanium

Lightweight

 

May not be the most efficient

Vargo Titanium Hexagon Backpacking Wood Stove  

Wood Stove

$59.95 USD 4.1 oz  

Lightweight

Not the most efficient
FireFly UL Titanium Collapsible Wood Stove  

Wood Stove

$66 USD 2.7 oz 0.5L in 2.5 min  

Lightweight

 

Not the most efficient
Coleman Max Micro Backpack Stove Canister/

Isobutane

$59.95 USD 6.7 oz 1L in 3.25 min  

5-year warranty

 

 

Wind shield recommended

 

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Madison is a long distance hiker and devoted yogi. She completed the Appalachian Trail in 2013 and Corsica's treacherous GR 20 in 2014. When she's not traveling, she enjoys life as a freelance writer in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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