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Large Fire Pan by Tye Works


Large Fire Pan by Tye Works

CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK.  Restock date for the base pans TBD.
This is a slightly larger version of our Fire Pan that weighs only about 18 pounds. 

•  Assembles in seconds with no tools or fasteners
•  Meets wilderness camping regulations for the NPS and USFS
•  Includes an adjustable height cooking grill and a nylon storage bag
•  Grill and legs store inside the pan for easy transport
•  The assembled pan will support over 225 pounds of weight (me) standing on it
•  Now includes an a heavy gauge aluminum cover that serves as a draft stop
•  Flat Rate Domestic Shipping $15.00

At only about 18 pounds, the Tye Works Fire Pan is somewhere between 1/2 to an amazing 1/3 of the weight of traditional "outfitter" fire pans, without sacrificing features or performance. You can't drive a truck over it, or use it as an anchor, but it will light up your nights for many years.

Fire Pans are required on many wilderness rivers.  They protect soil and contain the ashes following the "leave no trace" ideal of wilderness camping. The Tye Works Fire Pan has been tested (in various configurations) for years on river and camping trips.  It is now ready for the rest of the world to enjoy.

The Large Fire Pan by Tye Works measures 24"x 18" and stands 5 1/2" off the ground.  Its lip is 3" high meeting Forest Service (USFS) and National Park Service (NPS) regulations.  The pan itself is light gauge steel reinforced on the bottom.  The legs are heavy gauge, square aluminum tubing and bar stock.   The adjustable grill is perforated steel sheet, with a 3/8" rim around it to keep your hot dogs from rolling off into the sand.  Legs and the grill easily disassemble to fit inside the pan.  A heavy gauge aluminum cover keeps everything neatly stored in a heavy weight nylon stuff sack.  Tye Works Fire Blankets (not included) also fit inside the disassembled pan.

Please be aware that firepan requirements vary by river.  Check before you arrive at the put in.  Use of a Fire Pan is not a substitution for common sense fire management practices.