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Video – Real Potato Soup Using The nCamp Stove & Prep Surface!

Campfire Potato Soup Recipe – Using the nCamp Stove & Prep Surface

This is a campfire potato soup recipe video – using the nCamp Stove & Prep Surface. In this video, you will see how easy it is to cook up real food while out on the trail. The nCamp Wood Burning Camp Stove and Prep Surface Bundle allow you to have a hot, wholesome meal in just 20 minutes! This recipe and step by step instructions are detailed throughout the video.

The nCamp Wood Burning Stove and Prep Surface bundle are the perfect addition to your camp kitchen. This is because the compact Stove lets you cook real meals without the fear of running out of fuel. Also, the Prep Surface is a cutting/work surface that helps you prepare and enjoy a meal. The nCamp Stove & Prep Surface were designed to nest together. So get cooking.

Video – Make Espresso-Style Coffee Just About Anywhere

This nCamp espresso-style Café video shows how you can make delicious, rich coffee in minutes. It is Versatile and easy to use. The Café is about the size of a water bottle, has folding handles and a nesting cup. In other words, it is compact and easy to pack. In addition, the 13oz. (.38L) cup has a silicone wrap for grip and insulation. The Cafe’ is designed to work seamlessly with the nCamp Stove, but can be used with other camping stoves.

You can take the nCamp Café anywhere! From the beach, to tailgating to the backwoods. You can have an awesome cup of Joe wherever the trail may lead.

The Café works like a classic Italian Moka Pot, however, it is designed for camping.

Video – Making Turkey Chowder with the nCamp Stove

In this turkey chowder recipe video, learn how to make a delicious meal that is sure to please a crowd of hungry campers.

Turkey is tradition when it comes to Thanksgiving. Another tradition is figuring out what to do with your leftover turkey. Watch to see how to make Turkey Chowder with your nCamp Stove. The nCamp Prep Surface is the perfect accessory offering an elevated cutting space.

The compact wood burning Stove lets you cook real meals without the fear of running out of fuel. The Prep Surface is a cutting/work surface that helps you prepare and enjoy a meal. The nCamp Stove & Prep Surface were designed to nest together.

Video – The nCamp Prep Surface is the Ultimate Outdoor Cooking Accessory

Find out why the nCamp Prep Surface is the ultimate camping accessory in this 30 second video.

The nCamp Prep Surface is an awesome outdoor cooking accessory. No longer do you have to worry about your food ending up in the dirt or finding a stable rock to set your coffee cup. The Prep Surface offers a stable cutting, prep and setting surface while cooking outdoors. It nests with the nCamp Stove adding about .3in (.64cm) to the overall thickness, while providing you with almost ( of horizontal work surface. The carrying bag allows you to nest and pack the Prep Surface and Stove. The bamboo top is a great cutting surface and is naturally anti-microbial. It is lightly coated with a vegetable oil finish and is easy to clean.

Video – nCamp Stove Demonstration – See How to Use Wood, Liquid & Solid Fuels

The nCamp Stove offers multiple fuel options. Choose which one works best for you while out on the trail.

See how easy it is to use wood, liquid and solid fuels with the nCamp Stove. This video demonstrates how to use different types of fuels with the stove.

Enhancing your outdoor experience is our goal! While wood burning camping stoves exist, they are usually bulky because of the nature of an effective combustion chamber. By making a collapsible combustion chamber, nCamp created a compact and effective system that accommodates both wood/biomass and solid/liquid fuels. Our products are easy to use, durable and compact.

nCamp’s October 2018 Newsletter

nCamp October 2018 Newsletter

Fall has arrived and in preparation for tailgating, weekend camping and day trips to the park, we have discounted all of our gear 25% until the end of October. Treat yourself to the gift of outdoor adventure at www.ncampgear.com25% Off October Promotion Image

New Product Spotlight:
We are adding and developing new products to expand nCamp’s catalog. Our first addition in early 2019 will be a 4pk of 6oz stackable, stainless-steel cups that come with a carrying bag. These cups will complement nCamp’s mission; to create compact and durable gear that will elevate your experience. Interested in product testing? Email us at to inquire how you can become our next tester.

New 4pk of Stainless-Steel Stackable Cups - Coming Soon

We have the best customers and fans!!!
Shout out to Hillary Dunning (@hillary_dunning) of Pennsylvania for the beautiful photos. Hillary’s photos are invaluable to us and really capture the experience! pack small/adventure BIG!

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What’s New with nCamp?:
Now available, nCamp’s Kitchen to Go 4pc Bundle! The bundle includes the nCamp Stove, Prep Surface, Café and Lighting Sticks. It is 25% off thru October 31st (Originally $106.60 – Now just $79.95).

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7 Shorter Hiking Trails Perfect For Your Next Weekend Getaway

Short, challenging backpacking trips for your next getaway are listed below – don’t forget your nCamp gear!

Shorter trails can still mean plenty of adventure, and the US has tons to choose from! We’ve compiled a list of seven hiking trails in various locations that we think you should consider for your next weekend getaway. Most of these trails will take you two or three days to comfortably complete allowing you time to rejuvenate in the beauty and serenity of nature as you hike.

Along the way, you can always fire up your nCamp Stove and brew a fresh cup of coffee with your nCamp Café to help get you moving in the morning.

Happy trails!

Batona Trail, New Jersey

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Batona Trail, is one of the longest hiking trails in New Jersey stretching 53.5 miles from Brendan T. Byrne State Forest across Franklin Parker Preserve, Wharton State and Bass River State Forests.

According to a Pinelands National Reserve brochure, the “trail derives its name from the words BAck TO NAture.”

It was built in 1961 by the Batona Hiking Club based on an idea from Dale Knapschafer of connecting the Lebanon State Forest (later renamed the Brendan T. Byrne State Forest) and the Wharton Forest with a trail. Morris Bardock, then president of the Batona Hiking Club, contacted the New Jersey Department of Conservation and Economic Development to receive approval for the project. He also is credited with having chosen pink blazes to mark the trail.

In 2012, the Batona Trail was rerouted in several locations to move it away from paved roads and power lines. These changes lengthened the trail from its original distance by approximately two miles resulting in the length it is today.

Batona Trail is a moderate hike, climbing 196 feet in elevation from its lowest point in Harrisville to its highest point at Apple Pie Hill. There is a 60 foot fire tower at the top of Apple Pie Hill making it a destination spot for many interested in observing the inspiring panoramic views.

There is a variety of foliage and wildlife to see when hiking this beautiful trail. The most prevalent tree species are Pine and Oak. There are also many animal species to look for including: beaver, fox, raccoon, mink and white-tailed deer.

You should also take precautionary measures to safeguard against mosquitoes, ticks and venomous snakes as they are more prevalent during late Spring and Summer.

Timberline Trail, Oregon

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Timberline Trail is a 40.7 mile hiking trail that loops the base of Mount Hood in Oregon.

Work on the trail began in the early 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. They did most of their work in 1934. But a group of hikers helped finish the last 36 miles of trail in 1938. They completed the work in 47 hours, bringing awareness to the trail by making the local news.

The Timberline Trail is one of the more popular and picturesque trails in Oregon. As you hike you will see magnificent glaciers, refreshing waterfalls, lush forests, and wildflower meadows.

There is a 9000-foot change in elevation throughout the hike. Often, this change is most noticeable near canyon crossings so you’ll want to pace yourself.

You can complete the trail comfortably in three, four, or five days. But some more driven hikers complete the trail in less time.

The Timberline Trail allows informal camping for backpackers outside of meadows and at least 200 feet away from bodies of water. It is rerouted every so often due to washouts and to avoid sensitive high alpine meadows.

It is important to exercise extreme caution when crossing streams and other bodies of water as they can cause death if you are not careful.

Greenstone Ridge Trail, Michigan

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Greenstone Ridge Trail is the main hiking trail on Isle Royal, an island in Lake Superior, in northern Michigan. It is 40 miles long and connects Rock Harbor on the island’s east side to Windigo Harbor on the island’s west side.

The trail is named after Chlorastrolite, or “Greenstone,” which is the gem stone for the State of Michigan. It is a semiprecious green stone that can be found on the island including in pebbles on the shoreline.

What makes Greenstone Ridge Trail so unique is how remote it is.

Isle Royal is part of the Isle Royale National Park. There are no bridges connecting the island to land. The main transportation on and off the island is by boat. Furthermore, there are no traditional roads on the island. So Greenstone Ridge Trail serves as the primary land passage from one end of the island to the other.

There is much to see hiking Greenstone Ridge Trail. While traversing the island ridge you will cross Mount Dosor. This is the highest elevation on the island and offers wonderful panoramic views. You may also see signs of wildlife on the trial. The island is home to both moose and wolves; and although these are naturally shy creatures they are seen from time to time.

One word of caution though… To avoid extensive bug bites, it is best to stick to higher ground away from the lower wetlands heavily infested by misquotes. It also is helpful to plan your trip for mid-August through late September.

Tecumseh Trail, Indiana

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The Tecumseh Trail is a 42-mile trail in Indiana that was built by the Hoosier Hikers Council in 1998-2002. It begins at Morgan-Monroe State Forest Headquarters near Martinsville and ends near Monroe Reservoir in Brown County Forest.

While there are many large hills on this trail, their ascents are manageable for a moderately-seasoned hiker. Elevation changes from 100 to 300 feet are commonplace.

Depending on when you hike the Tecumseh Trail, you’ll be treated to a variety of foliage and wildlife. During the Spring, Star Chickweed can be readily seen covering portions of ground near the trail. Also, Wild Geraniums are visible during moderately warmer weather months. Too, beaver and other forest creatures can be seen at various times throughout the year.

It is highly recommended that you download the Hoosier Hikers Council “HHC Tecumseh Trial Guide” when planning a hiking or backpacking trip on this trail. This guide will help you identify various logistics of your trip including: parking locations, camping information, and access to water supply.

Also, be sure to check the HHC website and the Yellowwood and Morgan-Monroe DNR websites before you start your hike to make sure there are no trail closures or re-routes that might throw a wrench in your plans.

Trans-Catalina Trail, California

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The Trans-Catalina Trail is a 38.5 mile hiking trail which travels east and west across Santa Catalina Island near the southern California coast. The trail connects Parson’s Landing on the west side of the island to Avalon on the east side of the island.

The Trans-Catalina Trail is a beautiful hike with magnificent views from many different vantage points. It’s a winding trail which twists and turns, up and down, as it traverses the island countryside. High vistas along the way provide panoramic ocean views hard to explain.

There are many species of wildlife on the island including: bison, horses, sea lions, mule deer, snakes, bald eagles, and bats just to name a few. One should take extreme caution when near these wild animals. Should you encounter bison on the trail, it is important to keep a 150 foot distance between you and the animals.

You may travel to Santa Catalina Island either by boat or by air. Be sure to bring the necessary gear for your trip with you as there are limited supplies on the island to purchase for interior travel. Also, although there are five campgrounds near the Trans-Catalina Trail you need a permit to stay at them – so plan ahead.

Wild Azalea Trail, Louisiana

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The Wild Azalea Trail is approximately 31 miles end to end. It is located near Woodworth, Louisiana and is designated primarily for foot and bike traffic. It is rated a moderate difficulty level.

The Wild Azalea Trail is clearly marked by yellow paint blazes. It is not a loop. On one side, the trail begins at the Woodworth Town Hall, and on the opposite side, the trail begins at Valentine Lake Recreation Area. It is intersected near its midpoint by State Highway 488. This makes it easier for hikers to enjoy portions of the trail without needing to thru-hike the entire distance.

The trail was designated as a National Recreation Trail by the Chief of the U.S. Forest Service because of its spectacular beauty. The Wild Azalea Trail (or “WAT” for short) meanders its way across rolling hills covered with pine and hardwood trees. Wild Azaleas and other wild flowers are visible along the trail. There is also plenty of forest wildlife to enjoy. Even wild bobcats can be seen at times.

Although streams near the trail are not suitable for drinking, there are facilities that do provide drinking water along the way.

West Rim Trail, Pennsylvania

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The West Rim Trail is 30.5 miles long and follows Pine Creek through the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, which is a National Natural Landmark.

It opened in 1982 with only 21 miles of the trail completed. Later, in 1985, the remaining 9 miles of trail were were finished.

‘The West Rim Trail was chosen by Outside Magazine as its “Best Hike in Pennsylvania” in April, 1996.’

The trail is known for its numerous vistas and scenic overlooks which look out over the canyon.

The West Rim Trail runs north and south and is clearly marked by bright orange blazes. The southern terminus of the trail is at Rattlesnake Rock and the northern terminus of the trail is at Colton Road, near Ansonia village.

The highest elevation of the West Rim Trail is 2,080 feet near Gundigut Hollow. At its southern end, the elevation drops 1, 040 feet over the last 2 miles of trail. This incentivizes many hikers to travel the path in a north to south direction.

The elevation changes of this hike are likely what give it a moderate difficulty rating. Known hazards of this trail are: poison ivy, bear, and severe weather.


So there you have it…seven hiking trails that are perfect for your next weekend getaway!

Of course, none of these adventures would be complete without your nCamp Gear. It’s always more enjoyable to go backpacking when you have warm food and hot drink to bring with you. Your nCamp “Kitchen To Go” is perfect for these moments, supplying you the proper tools for quick and easy prep of your next hot meal.

Now get a jump on Summertime and planning your next backpacking trip. Hopefully by doing so you’ll be ready to fully embrace the warm weather when it arrives.

Kindle Your Passion for Something New

Kindle your passion for something new. Discover the compact stove that will ignite your love of adventure and feed your hunger to explore!

The thrill of adventure comes with venturing off the beaten path. It is an uncertain, risky feeling accompanied by the hope of discovering something new.

But you don’t have to summit Mount Kilimanjaro or traverse the mighty Zambezi River to engage in adventure Just by going outside, going to new places, and tackling new goals in your day to day life are experiences that give life new meaning.

nCamp products elevate these experiences. They are companions that support you on your journey of discovery – providing hot food and drink no matter where your “new” adventures may lead.

Right In Your Own Backyard

Your “new” adventure can begin right in your own hometown. Explore nearby parks and waterways, maybe for the first time. Venture out during your workday lunch. Do a “one day” camping trip locally with your family. Or perhaps take a hike and bike trail that includes some time for a meal.

The nCamp Stove and Prep Surface are great for these types of experiences. Their compact designs make them a no-brainer for in-car storage or to keep in a ready-to-go day pack.

Consider, for example, it’s lunchtime and you want to eat healthy. Instead of running to the nearest “greasy spoon,” you swing by the local park, fire up your nCamp Stove, and in a matter of minutes, heat up a delicious bowl of vegetable soup to enjoy in the serenity of nature…a truly refreshing “lunch break.”

There are also those who’s “new” takes them farther away from home, and they do the research and make the preparations necessary to accomplish their ambitious, lifelong dreams.

Meet Lance Ness: His “new” is hiking the Appalachian Trail – traversing 2200 miles, across 14 states, from Georgia to Maine, all in approximately six months. You can follow Lance’s journey here.

The nCamp Stove is tailor-made for these types of experiences as well. Designed as a backpacking stove, it is compact, durable, and safe to use. It also burns twigs as its primary fuel source, making possible nearly an endless supply of fuel when used near forests and other wooded areas.

Simple Exploration

There are many ways to enjoy the “new” with nCamp. These aren’t extreme products, just well engineered outdoor cooking devices ready to be incorporated into your life’s activities.

nCamp products are:

  • Compact
  • Stable
  • Durable
  • Made from aluminum and stainless-steel – so they won’t rust

Fishing Adventures:

Consider the joy of taking your child fishing. You gather up all your fishing equipment – bobbers and lures, rods and reels, and your nCamp Stove and Prep Surface…then head out to the river in hopes of catching the “big” one for dinner. And when you do catch that “monster” you’re ready to fry him up right then and there with your nCamp outdoor kitchen.

Weekend Adventures:

Or say it’s Saturday morning and still dark outside. You roll out of bed, throw on your clothes, grab your day pack and jump in the car for a quick ride to your favorite scenic overlook. You know, the one that only a few people know about but you’ve been going there for years when you’re feeling contemplative and having the need to clear your head.

When you arrive, it takes only a few minutes for you to gather a handful of twigs and fire up your nCamp Stove. You then prep your nCamp Café espresso-style coffee maker, place it on the nCamp Stove and within minutes are sitting back to enjoy watching the sun rise and the dawning of a “new” day.

Tailgating Adventures:

nCamp’s stove, cutting board, and espresso-style coffee maker are great for “tailgating” at sporting events as well.

Think how wonderful it would be to not have to worry about transporting a heavy over-sized grill around for your next tailgating party. Such freedom is noteworthy.

Instead of lugging the old grill back and forth, you throw your nCamp “Kitchen to Go” in a day pack and impress family and friends with the ease by which you navigate the event – like a Ninja chef you cook when and where you want with no limitation.

Beach Picnic Adventures:

The same holds true for taking your family to the beach. Just think of the endless summer fun you could have swimming in the surf then walking back the shoreline to a nice hot meal made fresh in minutes all on your nCamp stove.

The only real work involved is gathering up a few handfuls of twigs, then lighting your stove and using the Prep Surface as a stable platform to prepare the food for cooking.

And when the sun is setting at the end of the day and everyone gathers to sing songs and tell stories, you pull out your nCamp Café espresso-style coffee maker. You know this is way more than just about caffeine…it’s about quality espresso-style coffee, brewed to perfection, on a beach, on your nCamp wood-fire stove. Then when you pickup that warm mug and that hot coffee touches your lips, you know that it will keep you warm and invigorate all your senses.

Discovering the “New” Adventure:

Discovering the “new” is a process which requires both discipline and patience. You must seek it to find it. Yet it is often in the least expected creases of life that the “new” appears. Calling us to adventure…beckoning us to explore.

The “new” doesn’t wait for you. You have to be ready for it. Ready to jump in your car or throw on your pack and go!

The nCamp Team knows this and have made the right products to elevate these experiences.

The wood burning stove is the perfect example of a cooking device that’s more than just a hot burner. It’s a friend that goes with you on the journey. It keeps you company while heating your food and drink at every turn along the way.

So whether your “new” is hoofing it on the Appalachian Trial or kicking back with family and friends on a day-trip at the beach, know that your nCamp products are always there to support you and feed your hunger for more.

Video – nCamp’s Wood Burning Camping Stove – This Stove is Small, but It’s Heat is Mighty!

Camping Stoves – What do You Look For?

Camping stoves should be compact, durable, affordable and have a mighty burn. The nCamp Wood Burning Stove is all of those things and more.

This video illustrates how easy it is to set up your nCamp Wood Burning Camping Stove. Just unfold the legs, expand the combustion chamber, add a handful of twigs and light. Soon you will have a fire hot enough to cook, boil water or roast marshmallows.

The nCamp Stove is perfect for backpacking, hiking or a day trip to the beach. The Stove is part of nCamp’s Kitchen to Go concept. Enabling the user to pack small/adventure BIG!

Cooking a delicious meal while on the trail has never been easier. This allows you to forget the heavy fuel and rely on natural resources readily available in the forest. Easy to just pick up and go at a moments notice.

Video – nCamp’s Camp Stove & Prep Surface Bundle – Easy Set Up. User Friendly Design. Powerful Heat!

Camp Kitchen Bundle by nCamp:

The Camp Kitchen Bundle by nCamp includes the nCamp Wood Burning Stove and Prep Surface. The compact Stove lets you cook real meals in addition to making trail coffee. The Prep Surface is a cutting/work surface that helps you prepare and enjoy a meal. The nCamp Stove & Prep Surface were designed to nest together. When coupled with the Stove, the Prep Surface becomes a handy camp kitchen accessory you won’t want to go without.

This video illustrates how easy it is to set up your nCamp Wood Burning Camping Stove and Prep Surface. Never experience the fear of running out of fuel again.

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