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Kevin Lane
(KEVINLANE) - F
Grill on 03/25/2006 06:52:16 MST Print View

Anyone know of the lightest grill out there to take on a hike for a couple of burgers, steaks, etc

Samuel Winebaum
(samwine) - F

Locale: NH
Grilliput on 03/25/2006 07:09:11 MST Print View

Not exactly the lightest @ 20 oz but a very neat compact design. Grill rolls up into a tube
http://www.wildernessdining.com/irgrill.html

Jason Klass
(jasonklass) - F

Locale: Parker, CO
Grill on 03/26/2006 11:29:48 MST Print View

Hi Kevin-
I've used some similar to these before: http://www.pacific-century.net/con_2.htm
They work OK but are bulky. You could strap it to the outside of your pack. One thing I haven't tried but want to is to use some aluminum gutter guard and make a grill from the coals of a campfire. This would be lighter and less mess. I'll let you know if I try it out.

Edited by jasonklass on 03/26/2006 17:37:14 MST.

Mark McDonnell
(sickpig) - F
paint screen on 03/26/2006 11:43:51 MST Print View

Try a paint screen made for five gallon buckets. Made of aluminum about 11" square. Very light. Less than $3.00.

Mark

Jason Klass
(jasonklass) - F

Locale: Parker, CO
Re: paint screen on 03/26/2006 17:38:37 MST Print View

That's also a good idea but could you rool it up like the gutter guard I mentioned above? Or, is it rigid?