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Camel's Hump
Duxbury, VT

Camel's Hump as seen from Mt. Ellen
Camel's Hump as seen from Mt. Ellen

Location mapSummary
Camel's Hump is one of five 4,000' peaks in Vermont. The rocky summit features some of the only alpine growth in Vermont.

On October 16, 1944, a U.S. Army Air Corps B-24 Liberator bomber crashed into the side of Camel's Hump, killing nine out of the ten on board.


Summit Elevation
4,083 feet

Summit Facilities
None.

Trip Reports:
Click on the date for photos, timestamps, and maps.
Date of Hike Trail(s) Length Steepness Vertical
September 1, 2014 Monroe Trail, more Moderate Difficult 2,753'
December 10, 2011 Burrows Trail, more Moderate Moderate 2,363'
July 2, 2011 Monroe Trail, more Moderate Difficult 2,833'
February 16, 2011 Burrows Trail, more Moderate Moderate 2,363'
August 27, 2010 Burrows Trail, more Moderate Moderate 2,363'
March 29, 2008 Monroe Trail, more Moderate Difficult 2,873'

More Information
  • New England 4,000 Foot Peaks
  • New England 100 Highest Peaks
  • Camel's Hump - NewEnglandTrailConditions.com
  • The Crash on Camel's Hump - Waterbury VT Fire Department - Microsoft Word (.doc) format




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