Camel's Hump (alternatively Camels Hump) is Vermont's third-highest mountain
and highest undeveloped peak. Because of its distinctive profile, it is perhaps ...
Note: The town of Huntington will be conducting bridge work on Camel's Hump
Road through October 2016. Please drive with caution and expect temporary ...
Feb 18, 2016 ... There are many options for hiking Camel's Hump, one of the most popular
destinations in Burlington. Pick the trail that's right for you.
Routes to Camel's Hump, a Vermont 4000 Footer. ... Camel's Hump (elevation
4,083 feet) is the highest undeveloped mountain in Vermont, with no structures at
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
Mar 2, 2005 ... Camel's Hump is one of the most climbed mountains in Vermont. It is home to a
huge number of different routes to the top. There are many ...
The bare cone of this 4000 footer in Vermont in a way does resemble the hump of
a camel.. Download the Camel's Hump mobile travel guide to your iPhone or ...
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 ...
Camel's Hump Nordic offers upland skiing with over 35 miles of wooded and
open trails covering more than 1500 acres of private and public lands in the ...
The summit of Camel's Hump is made of 550 million-year-old, moderately
metamorphosed, grayish-green chlorite schist, called the Underhill formation.