Colorado Cylinder St oves

Priced: $479.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Built to last, these airtight stoves are made of welded 1⁄8" steel that holds heat longer and gives off more radiant heat than sheet-metal designs. Welded braces underneath the stove surfaces keep them flat and warp-free. Rounded main cylinders allow for uniform expansion and contraction while helping ashes settle to the bottom to prevent burnout. Recessed stove pipe holes are offset for a larger cooking surface. Damper baffle plates on the inside of the door reduce the escape of puffing smoke and sparks. The legs are 1⁄2"-diameter threaded pipe that tighten or loosen to level the stove. Attachments on both sides accommodate warming trays and water heaters. Both models are finished with heat-resistant black stove paint. Spruce holds heat for 4-6 hours. Timberline holds heat for 6-7 hours. All components stow in the stoves for transport. Packages include a set of 12" legs, brass faucet, warming tray, water heater, stovepipe, stovepipe damper, spark arrestor, wire handle for the stove and a coal grate. Made in USA.


  • Made of welded 1⁄8" steel


  • Holds heat longer than sheet-metal designs
  • Welded braces underneath keep stove surfaces flat
  • Finished with heat-resistant black stove paint
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Package is a good deal

We used the Timberline Stove Package in our Alaknak II tent during our 2011 Colorado Elk hunt. Overall it worked very well. We used hardwood in it and it held heat well overnight. The water heater was extremely handy. However, we found that if we used the water heater overnight it did cause some condensation on the inside of the tent. I recommend you place something under the legs to keep them from sinking into the ground. We cribbed up four pieces of 2x6s which raised the stove to a comfortable height for cooking on. I didn't like the spark arrestor that was sent in the package. I contacted the manufacturer and got one with a cap on it. We actually did most of our cooking on top of the stove with skillets which saved on propane.
bluetickcoonhunter at Cabelas on 01/09/2012


I received my Timberline Stove Package, After opening the package, I was amazed at the quality, The overall construction was great, The nested stove pipe was neat how it all slid back together in one compact bundle. The welds on the stainless steel water heater was by far the best i had ever seen. I was looking forward to using it on my elk hunt in Idaho. At the last minute I realized i needed some type of rain cap for the top of the stack so i called the manufacturer, he thanked me for my business and sent the rain cap out that day to my Idaho location, When i got to Idaho two days later the cap had beat me there. Thats great service in my book.
ELKAHOLIC685 at Cabelas on 01/12/2013

Understand what you are getting...

I got a cylinder stove. I understood that it was a package deal & if I wanted certain items I needed to go to the manufacturer directly. Which I did. The owner is unbelievable. I told him I was hesitant to pay the big $ for shipping & he told me he was going to be in town for a trade show & would bring what I wanted. Unbelievable. I got a rain cap + heat robber + some other items & have been extremely happy. I highly recommend you get one for your canvas outfitter or Alaknak. I have used it quite a few times & it has held up very well.
ColoradoNellie at Cabelas on 09/10/2013

Made in USA Quality

Colorado cylinder stoves are made with pride. I have had others and would not settle for less after owning these. Waking up in a tent with ice on the floor is no fun.
Pauly at Cabelas on 02/26/2013