Easy to pack kitchen includes sink, stove, and space for eight guests.
Charge your gadgets while cooking your grub.
A stove that can switch between fuels in a snap.
A push-button lid makes sipping from this mug hassle-free.
A jar to keep your meals hot when the weather is not.
A super-tough spoon that can stand up to years of scraping.
Make more while carrying less with this compact cook kit from MSR.
These lightweight utensils from Hyalite Equipment are functional and fashionable.
Never take more than you need with this compact cookstove from Liberty Mountain
Never be at a loss for flavor when using this bottle set from GSI Outdoors.
Feel like you have an entire kitchen in your arsenal with this versatile stove from Optimus
One simple blade that gets the job done.
Java-lovers rejoice: drip coffee in the backcountry.
A stove so compact it's almost not there.
The best vessel you ever splurged on.
Going where no stove has gone before, this wood-burner also charges your electronics.
Bring home cooking to the outdoors with these backcountry innovations.
Load the trunk this Labor Day with weight-is-no-object comfort gear.
Snack smarter and pack a variety of energy bars to get the right boost at the right moment for optimal on-trail performance.
From a morning cup of joe to easy-sipping fireside nightcaps, here are our staff’s most-requested trail beverages.
Sweet treats to close a campside meal--and help you recoup after an energy-zapping hiking day.
Hunger-sating (and quick to prepare) meals to cap off a long day on the trail.
Grab these quick-fix and fast-fueling trail meals on the go.
Start your day with these tester-favorite and camp-ready breakfasts.
Fuel more trail miles with our favorite new packable meals.
Two stoves, a deluxe kitchen set, and a bunch of pots and pans.
Improve the taste of any meal
Measure it, whisk it, and serve it in the backcountry with these kitchen accessories.
A gourmet cook set for fancy feasts
Everything you need to cook up a feast in the backcountry.
A 2.4-liter hard anodized aluminum cookpot.
A 1.8-liter aluminum cookpot.
A white gas stove that doesn't require priming.
Oatmeal, granola, and eggs–backcountry style.
A subtle way to mask chemically treated water.
A double-wall insulated bottle that is amazingly effective for its weight.
Chocolate, wine, and pasta for two.
Grab any pot with this lightweight and sturdy pot gripper.
Wash dishes and haul water easily in the watertight nylon container.
Make pancakes in camp with this silicone spatula.
An oven mitt, a dish towel, a food warmer - this cotton bag does it all.
An easily packable pot stand that will end tipping.
A bamboo utensil set that won't wreck nonstick coating.
A versatile three-pot combo for the gourmet backcountry chef.
Ideal for family outings plus has everything but the kitchen sink
Complete kitchen in an easy to pack compact package
Update the kitchen of your favorite backpacker with this all-in-one set that cranks out hot drinks faster than a Starbucks barista.
These days, water bottles are all the rage. Our office has literally been inundated them, and this stainless steel bottle has risen to the top for several reasons.
A fun and functional four-piece kitchen set that includes everything you need to dine in ultralight style.
Want to find the ideal gift for every hiker on your list? No matter what your budget, we've got you covered.
Everything you need to stay sated in the backcountry.
This LNT-inspired Dry Sack helps you keep it clean in large groups.
These gifts pack up so small, they're perfect for any stocking.