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    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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    Gourmet in the wild

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

    The burners on this stove are better than the ones at my house. I can simmer perfectly, adequate space for two pans, and the wind screens work well.

    Pass it down to the kids

      This is the type of stove you'll use all your life and when you finally kick the bucket you're kids will fight over who gets the famous " red stove"

      Quality built, and simply to use, I love this stove.

      Flame On

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

      Love this little guy. I recently used it to fry up a couple of steaks and some side veg. Those 20,000 sweet sweet BTU's ripped through the steak better than my burner at home. Do yourself a favor and invest in a couple of cast iron pans and you'll be set.

      Buy a Bulk Regulator!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have feasted from this fine stove while living out of my truck for extended periods of glorious cross-country exploration. BUT if you enjoy fine meals to fuel getting ultra radical in the backcountry, do yourself and our environment a favor and either get a bulk tank regulator for this stove ($27 from Camp Chef) or investigate a stove option that comes with one standard.

      The Everest runs faithfully from 16.4oz propane bottles, but purchasing a bulk tank hose adapter from Camp Chef to run refillable bulk propane canisters (4.5, 2.5, and 1.0 gallon (20lb, 10lb, and 5lb)). For those who camp regularly, those 16.4oz (1lb) bottles quickly become both expensive and wasteful.

      A 1 gallon (5lb) refillable propane tank, purchasable from a propane shop (and refillable for $1.50), has the same gas as nearly eight of the 16.4oz disposable bottles ($6 each!) (and will run more efficiently), and will fit in any car camping system.

      After years of faithful service I retired my Everest and upgraded to a Camp Chef Mountaineer to enjoy the efficiency of a bulk tank.

      That said, I think the Everest is best in its class of stoves. The 20,000 BTU burners cook reliably at altitude in the wind. I would not accept anything less powerful when cooking glamptacular cuisine above sea level. In several years of weekly use, I never had the ignition system or fuel delivery system fail.

      For more information on stoves and ways to glamp efficiently on your next adventure contact this rad gal...

      Buy a Bulk Regulator!


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

      Seriously stoked on this. Been waiting a long time to pull the trigger on one of these and I am so happy I finally did! Car camping is super fun, and I am excited to not limit my food choices now. I can cook just like I am at home. This thing gets HOT and FAST. First round of bacon got a little crispy but I learned pretty quick. Stoked for more outdoor cooking!

      Glamper's paradise

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is a high quality stove. It does not feel flimsy at all. Super easy to use, easy to hook up and to start. What I like about it (vs not going with the high output) is having the built in igniter, so never have to worry about it not lighting and forgetting to bring a set of matches as a back up. Cooks food fast and cleanup is easy.

      Love it, works so well for me

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      We're regular campers, about 6-10 times per year, and it is a few years old now. This stove is easy to use, pack and carry. It hooks up to a regular full sized propane tank that makes is great for making great meals. I actually lost this and I'm going to buy a second one!

      The go to camp stove

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      A perfect camp stove. the Adjustability of the flame is amazing compared to what I was used to with the 10 year old Coleman i had, can simmer to full on boil with the turn of the nob. Fits two large 12inch cast-irons on it with ease. Great wind resistance also.

      Perfect for the price

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This bad boy is perfect for the car camp game. The camp chef everest stove is amazing. The pilot clicks on one click every time, the wind panels do a wonderful job keeping the flame hot even in a decent wind storm. I love this thing and it's one of the most affordable on the market.

      Best thing ever

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is a must for car camping. Super high output. 20,000 BTU! Boils water fast. Easy setup. Perfect. ****Edit***** Still love the stove, hate the top grate. It’s “bent” pieces are uneven, and the gap between runs are too wide. Well I fixed that. It adds a little weight, but that's a fair trade off for not having your percolator fall into the middle of the stove first thing, spilling my morning coffee. So I started with the “Bent” pieces, I heated up the metal and went to town on bending them flush. Worked out great. Then I added 8 bits of steel, to close the gap between the runs. Making sure that when the percolator, or any other small item are on the grate don’t fall into the stove anymore. We started to weld one on, but turns out that brazing them was the way to go.

      Best thing ever

      Burns hot and fast

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This thing feels pretty durable. The bit that surprised me was how quickly it got our pans hot. I swear it was on for a few seconds and the sausages we tossed on were already sizzling. It's nice that it gets going so quickly especially when you're trying to boil up some water for coffee or hot chocolate in freezing rain. The rest of your body may be slowly freezing but at least your insides will be warm and cozy.
      Someone mentioned the carrying handle could be better. I second that. Maybe just curve the tip of the handle so it isn't a flat sheet of metal resting on your fingertips.

      Best Base Camping Stove out there

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      At 20.000 BTU's don't waste your time with other stoves to save a few bucks. This stove is a beast and is large enough to boil water while sauteing veggies all while using full size pots and pans.

      Great car camping stove

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Very pleased with this purchase. Stove arrived in good condition. Instructions are simple and direct. Easy setup. Great range on the heat output. From cooking eggs to boils water, this stove does it well. Well made, quality materials, easy cleanup.
      You do have to angle it to fit on a standard Park Service picnic table.
      Highly recommend for those who want a quality, low maintenance stove for car camping, RV, canoeing, tailgating, etc.

      Camp chef everest stove

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

      This stove works great and getsome very hot. Like other reviews have said, mine came with a couple dents around the edge of the lid. Only thing I wish is the carry handle would be a little better.

      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.