I like my charcoal gril for home use but I would like to get a portable gas grill for camping trips here are my questions:
I heard somewhere that propane doesn't work as well as other fuels at higher altitudes? Has anyone heard this? How do I verify this?
What do you think are the most important qualities I should look for in a portable gas grill?
Okay from the brief excursions I have seen two grills that I kind of like: the "Coleman Roadtrip" runs about $170 here in my city and the "Char-Broil Thermos Grill 2 Go" at around $140. Just by the looks I like how the coleman looks (not as bulky and 3 types of cooking surfaces but if you wanted all griddle you have to buy more accessories etc.) I don't like everything about either of these grills but I don't want to go any smaller than this in a stove and really like to have a griddle available as well as the grill and stove. The Char-Broil Thermos one almost looks like an overpriced griddle by itself. I wouldn't mind spending less money or having more cooking area as long as it stays portable.
Here are two links showing what I am looking at:
http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product. ... 1186402498
Does anyone know of something I haven't thought of considering or any other models that I should consider?