Camel's Hump (alternatively Camels Hump) is Vermont's third-highest mountain
and highest undeveloped peak. Because of its distinctive profile, it is perhaps ...
Summit View Camels Hump State Park. Camel's Hump State Park This is an
undeveloped state park with no phone or developed visitor facilities. For more
Camel's Hump Trail is a 6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near
Waterbury, VT that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The...
Camel's Hump (elevation 4,083 feet) is the highest undeveloped mountain in
Vermont, with no structures at the summit. Its rocky summit rises a few hundred
To Trailhead. I-89 S to exit 11 to US 2 E to Jonesville. Turn R onto Cochran Rd. In
800 ft., L onto Duxbury Rd. In 6 mi., R onto Camels Hump Rd. Go 2.6 mi.
Camel's Hump is Vermont's third highest Mountain. Camel's Hump has several
major trails: Burrows Trail: (2.1 miles/Moderately Difficult) climbs the west face of
Camel's Hump is the third highest peak in the Green Mountains of Vermont at
4,083 feet. This mountain is featured on the US Vermont quarter, because of the ...
Jan 29, 2013 ... Contrary to popular belief, the camel's humps are not full of water. Instead, these
odd protrusions are mounds of fat — allowing the gangly beast ...
Hiking On the Duxbury side, the Monroe Trail is somewhat challenging, but
there's also an accessible loop (Camel's Hump View Trail) with its own parking.
The 20,000 acres of this Vermont state park include the 4,083 foot Camel's Hump
and liberal sprinkings of spruce. Known as `Le Lion Couchant` (the sleeping ...