Burrows Trail to Camel's Hump is a 5.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Huntington, Vermont that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This 4,083 foot peak has a very unique summit cone that gives it its name. You'll be following the Burrows Trail through Camel's Hump State Park for just over 5 miles round trip. Right before you reach the summit you'll come to the junction of the Long Trail which you will follow up the steep cone to the summit. From there you can continue down Long Trail to Forest City Trail, or return the way you came.
WARNING: Bring your cramp-ons, or whatever you need for ice. Took the Forest City Trail to Long Trail today, hoping to descend Burrow's Trail. So many warnings that Burrows was lots of ice at top, "ice-ledges." The top of the LT got pretty tricky with ice also. A beautiful day but took longer b/c of needing to be careful underfoot, especially higher up on the rocks.
This is a excellent challenging hike. The day we went there was tremendous cloud cover so the challenge and exercise was our reward.
Fun, but little variance in terrain until the summit.
Great hike! Steep at times but well groomed to climb.
Great hike. Not too hard, about 2.5hrs to summit with a lot of stopping. Trail is well marked, just be prepared for some steep parts. As you go up, the trail tends to get steeper and rockier. Amazing summit views...we had lunch at the summit and it was perfect! Only downside is the crowds...we went on a Friday and even then the trail was packed. Doesn't bother me much, but if you want to be alone this isn't the trail for that.
Went up and back on Burrows. Challenging climb in that it's a decent elevation gain in a relatively short distance. Not terribly difficult though, but be prepared for consistent climbs. Some rock scrambling, but nothing really technical. Great views from the summit.
went up forest city to long trail then to summit and down burrows trail. highly recommend as burrows is better to descend due to Better footing. but the longer way up is a nice ascent. fantastic weather for a fantastic view
One of my go to spots on the hump.
This is a pretty challenging trail, a great way to get to Camels Hump, We the took Alpine Trail to Monroe and looped back to long trail and continued North.A very rocky and constant climb all the way.Did it on 4th of July weekend so it was crowded.This was the first section of our Trek from camels hump to MT. Mansfield on LT. It would be better with a day pack , we had a weeks worth of gear. Fun TRail