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Camp Chef Everest High-Output 2-Burner Stove

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    78 Reviews


    Bring the ease and speed of cooking at home to the great outdoors.

    You may have pulled into campground pretty far behind schedule, but dinner won't be late when you have the Everest High-Output Two-Burner Stove at your disposal. This lightweight, compact stove features two burners that each put out 20,000 BTUs to speed things along. The Piezo igniter eliminates the need to locate matches, while two separate burner controls give you maximum control once you're underway.
    • Two 20,000-BTU burners heat things up fast so you can boil water quickly or just get a big dinner going in a jiffy
    • Micro-adjust valves let you get the perfect temperature; your camp food might even turn out better than your at-home food
    • Matchless ignition makes lighting easy
    • Stainless steel drip tray makes clean-up a cinch
    • Three-sided windscreen helps conserve fuel
    • Regulator adapter for a one-pound propane tank included
    • Note: propane tank not included
    • Item #CCF0039

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    Recommended Use
    camping, backyard cooking
    23.5 x 4.25 x 13.5 in
    Heat Output
    20000 BTU
    Fuel Type

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Camp Chef killing it like usual. I've used this on a couple trips and I'm a big fan. Quick to heat up, not clunky or obtuse, and fairly durable. Rad if you're cooking for a family!

    Who needs a kitchen?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Who needs a kitchen when you have this stove! I've had two of these stoves now, and I would rather cook on this than my stove at home! This thing puts out some heat! Boils water super quick, and can also go low and slow for more controlled cooking. The removable grate above the burners makes it super easy to clean up. I use a small 1 lb refillable propane tank with the campchef propane hose adapter, but you can just use the green coleman bottles too. The one thing i am not a fan of on the stove is the plastic latches on the front. They break pretty easily, and dont keep the stove closed as tight as i would like. But this is a minor inconvenience for the best stove out there!

    Excellent camp stove.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Works great, puts out some serious heat. Minus one star because the latches on the top to keep the lid closed barely line up with their counterparts on the bottom. For the price this thing should come out of the box perfect.

    Tried this one 2nd, so happy I did

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I ordered the Rainier 2 and changed my mind. I figured I’d be much happier with the two high-output burners, and I was right. My gearhead Emily made the exchange supper easy, and I had my new stove in time for our first camping trip.

    I’m a beginner camper, and this stove was super easy to set up. I thought it was relatively compact for car camping, and it feels durable. We brought two propane cannisters for two nights, and we ran out on the 3rd morning. I would bring 3 next time for that amount of time, just in case.

    The stove heats up fast, and we got boiling water for coffee in no time. We cooked fajitas, scrambled eggs, and made pancakes easily. It is definitely a luxury stove, for sure.

    I highly recommend it! Thanks, Emily and Backcountry!

    Tried this one 2nd, so happy I did

    Cook up

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The ideal car camping stove, the two burner capacity can feed an army after a long day outside. Easy to use and control, you will feel like you are cooking at home.

    I would recommend this to anyone looking for a reliable travel friendly stove.

    Durable and Consistent

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This stove is very durable and puts out great heat. It took a little to figure out how to get it to simmer but is great when once you figure it out.

    Put the Chef in Camp

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have used many two burner stoves over the years. Every one of them has their flaws but for the most part I am very happy with this stove. The simmer mode is great once you figure out how to dial it in and functions very similarly to my propane stove at home The hardware seems more durable than your traditional coleman stove. I look forward to many years of car camping to come with this stove!

    Good Stove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    We have had this stove for 2.5 years, overall it has held up pretty well and has good output. I have a few complaints however: The top cover has some sort of finish that causes it to scuff fairly easy. This drive me nuts because I like my things to look new long as possible. Secondly, the regulator has gone bad and flames were shooting out of it. I called customer service and while I am out of warranty, I was surprised that they charged me $28 for the replacement part. We have probably only used the stove about 20 times so that is lame that the regulator already went bad. Because of this issue, I would definitely keep a close eye on your stove while it's on.

    Car Camping Hero

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Full disclosure: I am a JetBoil loyalist and a car camping cooking minimalist. Because this stove is so easy to use and fast on the boil, it's now my go to and I've been enjoying the slow early camp mornings where breakfast tacos (instead of oatmeal) reign supreme. The strong burners and quick boil also make clean up a snap - I just boil some hot water to expedite clean up (which as can all agree is the worst past about camp cooking).
    One previous reviewer mentioned that connecting the gas attachment is harder than it should be - I dont entirely disagree. Initially, this was taking me too long and was hard to do with cold fingers that lacked dexterity. After a few times though, I have gotten the method down, no longer making this an inconvenience. Long story short, consider this part of the set up basically the only learning curve you might encounter with this stove. Otherwise, it's really simple, intuitive and get the job done!

    Easily Stoked

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This stove is super durable, and the built in ignition switch has definitely saved me when I forgot to bring matches a couple of times. Really easy to use and to set up, and it seems to make the fuel tanks go a long way. It has never let me down so far!

    Wedding Present that is LOVED

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this as a wedding present for some close friends and they ended up using it daily in their house over their original stove. Great product and seemingly very durable.

    This thing Rips

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This stove was purchased to replace an old Coleman Stove. The heat output on this thing is insane. Using with an iron skillet you only need the knob turned about as low as it can go and still be on. Boils water in no time flat, and still rips with both burners on at the same time. HIgh quality stove as well.

    Could be great, but fatal flaw

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This stove, the one time it worked, was awesome––boiled water super quick, had great flame control.

    The problem is the regulator––it's cheap, and the place where it clicks into the stove is so far recessed into the body of the stove that it took me 20 minutes to attach––far harder than a Coleman stove 70 bucks cheaper than this model.

    Worse, after using it only once, the regulator would not screw on tight. I didn't notice this, and then when I turned on stove it burst into flame. Scary.

    Not reliable, and not a product you should count on on a camping trip.

    Hey Ben - This is not a typical issue with the Everest Stove. I have used this stove for 8 years plus, including on a trip to and from Alaska where it was my only way to cook. Mine is still going strong.I think it would be worth contacting Camp Chef and they will probably replace it for free if you have a faulty regulator.

    1. can the camp chef everest CCF 0039 be connected to a 20 lb propane thank ?

    2. if piezo fails, can we light the stove with a match or lighter ?

    Best Answer

    You can buy a hose that adapts it to a 20lb tank. About $20 I think and available lots of places. (Got mine at a major online retailer...)

    Yes, you can light this puppy with a match and I often do, even though the piezo is still going strong. It's easier to light with a match since the piezo button is so firm that when you push it it moves the whole stove.