rlown wrote:Aren't stoves w/o shutoff capabilities currently illegal along certain parts of your route at that time?
I also use an esbit stove, and I've never been able to get a clear, concise answer either by phone or in person. For example, Freestone posted this email reply on this thread back in July:
You can use an alcohol stove and any pressurized liquid fuel stove with an on off valve.
In addition, the pdf file that is linked mentions that jellied gas (ie esbit) is allowed.
This is the kind of response I've also received. If this was a firm, widely mandated policy, like the use of bear cans, then it would be pretty straightforward to simply state that only pressurized gas canisters were allowed.