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Camel's Hump
Duxbury, VT, Huntington, VT

Trailheads, measurements, times, distances, and maps are all approximate and relative to the hike(s) as shown below.
The Monroe Trail
The Monroe Trail

Route: Monroe Trail, Long Trail, (Camel's Hump), Long Trail, Alpine Trail, Monroe Trail

First hike of the day. Very busy trail.

Hike Ratings
Getting To Trailhead: Moderate
Destination: Camel's Hump
Length: Moderate
Steepness: Difficult
Navigation: Easy
Views: Excellent
Crowds: Heavy


Hike Stats
Date Hiked: Saturday, July 2, 2011
Parking Elevation: 1,260'
Time to Trailhead: 00:09
Destination: Camel's Hump
Time Elapsed: 01:20
Trailhead Elevation: 1,430'
Summit Elevation: 4,083'
Distance: 3.4 miles
Vertical Gain: 2,703'
Hike Time Elapsed: 03:14
Hike Vertical Gain: 2,833'


The Monroe Trail trailhead
The Monroe Trail trailhead

Looking toward Lake Champlain from Camel's Hump - Click to enlarge
Looking toward Lake Champlain from Camel's Hump

The 1944 U.S. Army Air Corps B-24 Liberator bomber crash remains next to the Alpine Trail
The 1944 U.S. Army Air Corps B-24 Liberator bomber crash remains next to the Alpine Trail

Topographic map of Camel's Hump - Click to enlarge


Directions to trailhead: Take I-89 to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take 100 south, then take a right onto Winsooki Street. Cross over the river, then take a right onto River Road. A few miles later, take a left onto Camel's Hump Road. The winter parking area entrance will be a few minutes up the road on the left. In spring and early summer 2011, the summer parking lots were closed to vehicles due to a washed out road.

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