Enjoy the biggest, baddest flame with the essential accessories
Get ready to enjoy epic nights around the wicked flame in Yukon together with everything you need for protecting your fire pit, wood deck, and more.
Awesome. There is no other word to describe it. Yukon allows you to make the biggest, baddest flame out there. Yukon harnesses Our Signature 360° Airflow Design™ to give you a smoke free, roaring fire in minutes. Entertain family and friends with its mesmerizing flame.
Can I burn my Yukon on a wood or Trex deck? What about on grass? You’ve found the solution. Imagine burning your Yukon without the worry of damaging heat-sensitive surfaces. Stand raises up your fire pit, allowing cool air to pass through its vent holes. When you’re done, just store it right inside Yukon.
We used to worry about sparks and embers popping out of our campfires. Now there's Shield! Enjoy the mesmerizing fire of your Yukon with peace of mind. It’s two-piece design lets you remove the top to add more wood to your fire and even roast the perfect s’more.
Your Yukon is so perfect, you don’t want the elements to harm it. That’s where Shelter comes in. Repel rain, snow, dust, wind from damaging your Yukon with this weather *resilient* cover. Shelter is made from PVC-coated polyester — the same material used to make whitewater rafts.
Every Solo Stove product is backed by our lifetime warranty. Learn more about it here.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Yukon was designed as a more semi-permanent backyard fire pit.
The Yukon was designed to be used as a fire pit, helping you gather friends and family. Feel free to break out the marshmallows and hot dogs or other fire pit friendly food!
The Solo Stove Lite, Titan and Campfire are more portable backpacking and camping stoves meant for cooking. The Yukon is the most amazing backyard fire pit and was designed to accommodate larger groups who enjoy sitting around a beautiful, low-smoke flame.
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.
We recommend using 8-10 average size logs. Don't overfill your Yukon. Once you have a hot bed of embers, you can always throw on more logs. To minimize smoke and optimize your flame, don't fill the wood above the holes at the top of the fire pit.
After your Yukon is cool, turn it upside down to empty any remaining ashes left in your stove. Keep your Yukon in a cool and dry place when not in use or be sure to cover it to keep moisture out. It’s that easy!
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.
Yes, however we recommend 3+ inches of clearance around the unit for proper ventilation.
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