Long Trail: Camel’s Hump Section

  • Hiking Camel's Hump State Park in Vermont.
  • View from the Summit of Camel's Hump S.P. in Vermont.

Hiking

Dogs Yes

Summit

Fall Foliage

18.7 (miles)

 Difficult

Point to Point

~2400 (+) (Elev. Δ - ft)

Vermont

The Long Trail section in Camel's Hump State Park is a wonderful hike that offers incredible scenery. The park says "the 273-mile Long Trail (LT) passes over the summit of Camel’s Hump on its way from Massachusetts to Canada. From the north, use the parking lot on Duxbury Road near the Winooski River. It is a rugged but very scenic 6.2 miles to Camel’s Hump summit. Along the way you will pass over Gleason Brook at 0.6 mile, a spur trail to Bamforth Ridge Shelter at 2.7 miles and have several nice vistas along the way. The trail joins with the Alpine, Burrows and Monroe Trails as well..." This trail is dog friendly, but your furry friend must be kept on leash.

Red Tape

Entrance and Camping Fees
Contact: Camel's Hump State Park 2958 Camels Hump Rd Duxbury, VT 05676

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