United States Vermont Huntington

Camels Hump

Prominent peak in Huntington, Vermont with an elevation of X ft, offering scenic beauty and popular for outdoor activities like hiking.

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Vermont's crème de la crème: Camel's Hump is a challenging-but-totally-achievable 6 mile out-and-back trail with 2,578 ft elevation gain. There are three trailheads: Monroe, Dean and Burrows. Burrows is the most popular and also my fave because of the many sneak peaks of the summit on the way up. Dog friendly, crowded on weekends (I can't recommend a sunrise hike enough), and conveniently located near Stone Corral Brewery for a quick flight and bite on the way back into town.

leah 3 years ago

Camel's Hump is a super recognizable mountain peak in Vermont (just look for the camel's "humps") and provides spectacular views. Trails in the State Park are heavily used in winter, summer, and fall, and the Burrows Trail and Camel's Hump View Trail are accessible and great for hikers of all ages and abilities. The Monroe Trail is moderately difficult and popular, and the Long Trail is difficult and passes over the summit.

leah 7 months ago

Camels Hump Lists

  • Vermont's Best Mountains for a Day Hike

    leah (Leah Fishman)
    If you're itching to get out of the city and explore Vermont's scenic beauty, then you're in luck. Vermont is home to some of the best mountains for a day hike, offering stunning views and unforgettable experiences. Whether you're an experienced hiker or a newbie, this list of the best Vermont mountains for a day hike has got you covered. Happy hiking!
  • best hikes in vermont

    leah (Leah Fishman)
    If you're into crisp fall foliage, whirling waterfalls, sweeping views, foothill farms, summit swims, and petting *all* the trail dogs, Vermont hiking is for you. If you're not into those things, I mean, who even are you? The best part about Vermont hiking is that it's accessible: every climb is doable in a day (besides the Long Trail, we'll get to that later), with promises of beer flights and yummy local bites when you safely make your way back down. I've spent the last 10 years testing Vermont's trails so that you don't have to & here are some of my faves: