AT Stoves and Cookware

Liquid fuel stoves are still the mainstay on the Appalachian Trail but the availability of canisters along the trail has greatly improved.

A liquid fuel stove is going to be more versatile but it will require more care and set up time. Almost any grocery or hardware store in a town along the trail will have fuel for a liquid fuel stove. A canister stove is going to be easier to use and in most cases lighter. You may occasionally run into sections of the trail where you have difficulty finding the right canister for your stove.

What you choose to cook in is purely preference. Some hikers will have elaborate pot and pan setups. Most will just have a simple pot to boil water or heat soup. You can't be wrong, you just have to decide what works for you.

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MSR Alpine Plate

MSR Alpine Tool Spoon

MSR DragonFly Stove

MSR Flex Skillet

MSR Folding Utensils

MSR Folding Utensils Closeout
Was $4.95
Sale $2.95

MSR Fuel Bottles
$17.95 - 19.95

MSR Panhandler

MSR Quick Solo Pot

MSR Reactor Pot 2.5

MSR SuperFly Stove

MSR Titan Kettle

MSR Titan Tool Spoon

MSR WhisperLite International Stove

MSR WhisperLite Stove


Sea to Summit Delta Spork with Serrated Knife

Sea to Summit Polycarbonate Utensils

Snow Peak GigaPower Stove Manual

Snow Peak Mini Solo Cook Set

Snow Peak Titanium Backpackers Cup

Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall Cup 600

Snow Peak Titanium Single Wall Colored Cup 450

Snow Peak Titanium Spork

Snow Peak Trek 1400 Aluminum Cook Set

Solo Stove Backpacking Stove
Was $89.95
Sale $69.99

Solo Stove Backpacking Stove Titan
Was $119.99
Sale $89.99