Littlbug backpacking camp stoves are clean burning, lightweight, easy to assemble & boil water fast. Just gather sticks and twigs for your stove, or use alcohol for quick & convenient heat. Leave no trace with the Littlbug Fire Bowl.
Stainless Steel Construction • Versatile Cooking Platform • Requires No Maintenance Kits, Spare Parts, Windscreens or Heat Exchangers
Littlbug topped all other entries In a head-to-head field test conducted by Backpacking Light magazine. Eleven small wood burning camp stoves and alcohol burning camp stoves were compared, with Littlbug emerging as the preferred choice for small wood-burning camp stoves. Check out the FULL report here.
THE LITTLBUG LIGHTWEIGHT CAMP STOVE IS GREAT FOR...
Leave No Trace Wilderness Adventures
Littlbug twig and stick stoves are a natural fit for campers trying to adhere to the Leave No Trace camping ethic. When used with the optional Fire Bowl, Littlbug Stoves help you minimize the impact made from campfires. This portable camp stove also make it easier to abide by the LNT principle of pack it in, pack it out.
Camping with the Family is easier with the Littlbug
Camping and cooking are activities that bring families together and build their connections. The Littlbug camp stove is the ultimate twig and stick stove, and it’s a great addition to the campsite not only for cooking, but also for providing parents an opportunity to teach their kids about self-sufficiency and stewardship. READ MORE
Getting Together with Friends
Backpacking and camping with friends is fun and a great way to build and strengthen friendships. Oftentimes, it’s the simple things that will be remembered, like huddling around your portable, ultralight backpacking stove with friends to boil water for coffee while watching a magnificent sunrise through the cool morning mist. READ MORE
“I just want to thank you for your Littlbug stove - this is one of the finest pieces of camping equipment we use!”
- Andy Breckenridge
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