The NEW Solo Stove Yukon (27 Inches Wide), the worlds most unique fire pit, pushes the limits of both combustion airflow efficiency and minimalist outdoor design.
The Solo Stove Yukon is unlike any other fire pit you’ve ever seen! We have used our same patented technology that has been perfected into a backyard fire pit to be your backyard center piece at home. The best part? Nearly no smoke and minimal ash left over! Making the Yukon not only easy to clean up, but won’t leave you smelling like campfire.
The Yukon gets it’s power from logs, larger sticks or woody debris, to fuel the fire while the air intake holes on the bottom pull air in towards the fuel source. While air is being pulled in, the double-wall construction allows air to be heated up and fed through the top vents providing an extra boost of pre-heated oxygen, creating a secondary combustion and a beautiful flame that your family and friends will enjoy watching!
The Yukon Stand is also included
Get the most from your Yukon by being able to use it in more places than ever! With ample airflow, Yukon Stand allows you to use your Yukon on more heat sensitive surfaces.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Where should I use the Yukon?
- The Yukon works great as a center piece to any backyard.
- Do I need to purchase any accessories?
- Nope. All you need are some logs to burn.
- How do I cook on the Yukon?
- The Yukon was not designed with cooking as the main objective. The Yukon is meant to be used as a backyard fire feature. That said, feel free to break out the marshmallows or hot dogs on a stick!
- What’s the difference between the Solo Stove Lite, Titan and Campfire?
- The Solo Stove Lite, Titan and Campfire are more portable backpacking and camping stoves meant for cooking. The Yukon is the most amazing, largest backyard fire pit and was not designed to be portable like our other smaller stoves.
- What wood types do you recommend using as fuel?
- Any firewood logs will burn but for optimum efficiency we recommend dry hard woods. Hardwoods such as birch, maple, hickory and oak will burn longer than softwoods.
- How many logs should I use?
- We recommend using 6-8 average size logs. Don’t overfill your Yukon. Once you have a hot bed of embers, you can always throw on another log or two
- How do I clean and store my Yukon?
- After your Yukon is cool, turn it upside down to empty any remaining ashes left in your fire pit. We recommend that you always cover your Yukon when it’s not in use. It’s that easy!
- Will my Yukon be hot when in use?
- YES! Do not touch any part of the Yukon when in use. It will be extremely hot. Children should always be under parental supervision when around the Yukon. Use common sense and treat the Yukon like any other fire.
- Can you place the Yukon in an existing fire pit?
- Yes, however we recommend 4-6 inches of clearance around the unit for proper ventilation.