- The Pro 60 has built-in legs that conveniently fold in. The Yukon requires you to screw in legs individually. This takes more time and requires you to keep track of the legs.
- The Pro 60 has a higher height that is more convenient and ergonomic for most people.
- The Pro 60 has side shelves for more cooking area (you can buy this extra as an accesory and add them to the Yukon).
- The Pro 60 has an auto-ignite button.
We greatly prefer the Pro 60. It's $80 more expensive but the side shelves and built-in legs are worth it.
If you are cooking for fewer than eight people, we recommend the Camp Chef Everest or Stansport Outfitters Series (they are nearly identical). They are half the price, one-third the weight and have precise and powerful burners. Not quite as nice as the Yukon but very effective.