If you just need a simple stove for simple cooking, then the Peak 1 Trekking Stove from Coleman will give you everything you need without the unnecessary features. You’ll have plenty of fuel for your whole trip as Coleman have made sure that this product can cook efficiently with less fuel.
You won’t have to stress about your pot of porridge slipping off your stove and spoiling your brekkie (and your shoes) as the pan supports are serrated which will prevent your pot from sliding around. Sometimes old school methods are just simpler, and more reliable. All you’ll need is a humble match to get this stove going - and in no time you’ll have a hot meal ready to eat.
You probably aren’t going to be able to whip up a confit duck breast on this stove, but you’ll be able to get a simple meal going with no problem at all. Perfect for the couple who just needs a minimal stove for roadside camping, or for the hiker who needs a compact and portable stove to fit in their pack.
Perfect for cooking for 1-2 people at a time
Great for Scouts and budding adventurers
Uses butane/propane cartridge
Runtime up to 1 hour on high
In Use Dimensions:
11L x 9.5W x 9H cm
9L x 5.5W x 9H cm
Steel | Plastic
BTU Per Burner:
No. of Burners:
1L Boil Time:
Butane | Propane
Gas Fitting to Bottle:
Self Sealing Threaded
Staff tip:Gas bottle isn't included with the stove sorry.
Butane can1 answer
Can this be used with any butane bottle universally or does it need to be a coleman butane?
Dave - Wollongong, NSW(8 months ago)
It needs to be used with the hiking-specific butane/propane blend canisters with a Lindal valve. It doesn't have to be Coleman specific, but you can find examples of the type of canister here - making sure you're going with the screwable valve canisters instead of the piercable option.
We can't ship them, but they are a universal canister for hiking and light-weight adventures, so should be available in any camping store.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Use with trangia1 answer
Would it be possible to use this as a gas burner for a trangia?
Kieran - Flagstaff Hill(6 years ago)
We wouldn't recommend using this with a Trangia, no. The windshields of the Trangia would come down over the gas canister of the Coleman Peak 1 Trekking Stove and we're not too comfortable with the safety aspects of it if it got too hot in there.