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  • Corrosion-resistant aluminum construction is lightweight and durable so you can bring it everywhere
  • Add leg accessories (sold separately) to make it a standing stove at a tailgate party or backyard barbecue
  • Fully adjustable knobs control the heat on two 20,000 BTU burners
  • Folding, 3-sided windscreen
  • Suitcase-style latching lid and convenient carry handle
  • Regulator and 5 ft. hose included for use with a bulk propane tank (tank not included)
  • Cooking area: 24 x 12.5 in. (302 sq. in. total)


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Best Use Camping
Fuel Type Bulk Tank
Fuel Propane
Auto Ignition Yes
Heat Output 20,000 british thermal units
Burn Time (Max Flame) 1 burner: 22; both burners: 11 hours
Average Boil Time 1 quart: 3 min. 10 sec.
Dimensions 27.25 x 14.75 x 7 inches
Distance Between Burners 11.5 inches
Weight 15 pounds
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice try, but needs more work Just picked the stove up today at REI and already plan to return it for a refund. Perhaps I had my hopes up too much for a reasonably-priced, all-aluminum, sturdy camp stove. With this newly-released stove Camp-Chef has tried, but not tried hard enough, to challenge the Partner brand outfitter stoves that have always set the high price/quality standard for aluminum camp stoves. Both design and production of this stove need to be improved before it reflects the manufacturer’s reputation for design and construction. I will try to upload a photo that shows the sloppy welding that was used to build the stove. Aluminum is difficult to weld, we all understand, but at this price (well over $200), one expects better. Look for another picture showing how Camp-Chef saved a few pennies by not riveting a real handle to the stove. Instead, there’s a fist-sized hole punched into the bottom of the stove. You're supposed to put your hand in the hole to move the stove. Just be careful, because you'll be sticking your fingers into the hot/messy innards of the stove (although that big hole in the bottom did allow most of that stovey mess to dribble onto the table top while you were cooking). And notice in the photos how the raw edges of the hand-hold are not only unfinishingly sharp, but they have teeth, too! Be sure you prop the lid up if you ever need to fold the stove lid back while cooking (say, you're using a griddle that's wider than the stove). There's no support for the lid. It just suspends itself by torquing the hinge that attaches the lid to the stove body. Not so good. Even my old green Coleman stove had a "towel rack" that doubled as a lid support. Finally, it’s too darn hard to turn the sparker knob that lights the burners. I appreciate that they’re recessed, like the valve controls, to avoid damage. But the sparker knob is VERY hard to turn and you can only squeeze two fingers into the opening to turn it. If you have any stiffness in you fingers at all, you’ll be unhappy. Thanks to Camp-Chef for entering this all-aluminum camp stove market. Still, this stove is Version 0.9 of what it should be. CC should address the concerns of early buyers and make this stove a true competitor.
Date published: 2017-04-14
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Where can i get the accessory legs for this stove?

Asked by: Coldcathode
According to a chat I had with Camp Chef, the legs for the Weekender stove will work with Mountaineer. They list for $31.25 and come with a bag according to their website.
Answered by: Mick
Date published: 2017-04-17

How does this Camp Chef Mountaineer 2-burner stove compare with the Cook Partner 2 burner stove? Are they similar quality with similar features? What are important differences?

Asked by: Dave 4x4TearDrop trailer
Since we do not carry the Cook Partner 2, we do not have enough information available to compare the two stoves. We recommend making a comparison online to the best of your ability.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-14

Is each burner 20,000 btu or is it 20,000 btu combined? I'm ready to purchase this unit but I'm confused about the total btu output.

Asked by: Dale
20,000 each burner (40,000 total). Check Camp Chef website.
Answered by: Ripper
Date published: 2017-04-14

How well can this stove simmer on low flame, without going out? Most camp stoves do not do well at very low flame and either go out or the flame creeps higher. Can you use this stove with a very low flame to simmer?

Asked by: Dave 4x4TearDrop trailer
We have heard a lot of feedback that this stove can simmer on a low flame without going out.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-14

Do the burners come out for easy cleaning? Are they attached to the grate like partner steel stoves?

Asked by: jsttheman
The burners are not attached to the grate and can be removed, however, it will take some effort to do so and is not considered and easy procedure.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-20
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