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hiking
14 days ago

Very nice path, the top is definitely worth the long hike. We were walking slowly so it took us about 1h30 to reach the top. Very nice view not crowded. We did it in the winter and it is very nice.

snowshoeing
1 month ago

Completed this hike on 12/15/18 in snowshoes. I would rate it closer to difficult than moderate. Starts on a strong incline and doesn’t give up much the whole way up. Took about an hour to get to the viewpoint which was absolutely worth it. Plenty of spots to sit and enjoy the view.
Way down was much easier as we butt-sledded the steeper parts. There was a mix of people on micro spikes, boots and showshoes. Family behind us didn’t have much trouble since little kids didn’t sink into the snow much.

hiking
2 months ago

What a fun trail to hike in the snow and ice-wear your micro spikes! The summit is amazing and getting to slide down in some spots was a blast!!

nice trail, it was cold and windy heading up the mountain.

Wonderful little hike up the Long Trail with the reward of a beautiful view of Brandon Gap and the Adirondacks to the west. Signs are at trailhead notifying that the trail is closed March-August for the Peregrine falcons that nest there.

3 months ago

Burrows both ways bc hiking with a dog & wasn’t sure if other trails had tough scrambles. Easy for him. Those 2 miles up get your heart pumping, but good for almost all ages. Hit snow about 40 min from the top. Wasn’t an issue until the Long trail to summit where there was ice. Just pay attention. Nervous for hikers in sneakers without ankle support. Tons of people.
Please leash your dog if they run & jump on smaller dogs & overwhelm them. Plz don’t hike 1:4 with a pack of unleashed dogs during busy foliage weekends!

The summit is amazing! The pro of taking this route vs. the Stowe side is there are way fewer people. The first 3/4 is fairly easy. The last 1/4 is intense. The rock scrambles are steeper than the ones on White Rocks, Mt. Abe, and Worcester. They are doable, but for sure not easy.

Just got back. We loved it once we got to the view (as usual)! The climb is steep at times and mostly rocky!!! The view-spectacular! Can’t get much better!!!

hiking
4 months ago

Enjoyed the hike even though we had 20 yards of visibility and the wind was blowing 30-40 mph. Being that this was my first time up Camel's Hump I will have to return to experience the gorgeous views. Parking lot off of camel's hump Rd was packed but trail wasn't overly crowded

hiking
4 months ago

Good trail with easy to navigate terrain for whole family. Well marked and maintained.

4 months ago

Harder than expected, but that could have been because I was pregnant! More rugged than the Monroe trail.

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful 359 degree views.

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike!!

hiking
4 months ago

Took Burrows to the Long Trail to the summit. Had a 3 y/o & a 16 m/o in backpacks plus a dog...was tough, but very do-able. Views at the top are amazing 360° & worth any pains of climbing up/traversing down.

hiking
5 months ago

This is a pretty easy hike along the forest for about the first half as it runs along a really nice brook. When you come to the rocky steps it’s very steep (not dog friendly) and remains that way all the way to the top. Views were a little limited today because of incoming rain.

Thunder during the hike, downpour at the lodge, fog, clearing, wonderful lighting!

hiking
5 months ago

Great intermediate hike! My Garmin GPS unit said the parking lot elevation was 1615’ so total elevation gain was 2466’. Loved it.

It was awesome experience

hiking
5 months ago

A classic!

hiking
5 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

Absolutely gorgeous, peaceful trail that crosses the Long Trail toward the top. A nice lodge for through hikers at the pond, which is a lovely vista. Very uneven ground, lots of short but steep increases and crossing over water ways. A fun hike with a decent work out. Definitely recommend!

This is NOT a trail for shorts/sandals during the summer. The trail was overgrown with nettles, making it very painful for hiking in my shorts. There are two vistas at the top, but I only managed to find the one on the right, which means I probably didn't go far enough to the left for the other one *shrugs* This is definitely not a hard/difficult trail though. One of the easier ones in Vermont.

Great long hike weekends are busy so make sure your dogs are on a leash or under good voice command! The summit is so worth it on a beautiful day with never ending views! The way down is Steep and long so make sure you have your trekking polls especially if you have joint issues! Love this hike so glad we finally did it!

Hiked this several times last year, again in early May (still lots of snow still!) and am going today.

However, I don’t take this trail the whole way. About a mile in, Bob Kemp Trails breaks off to the left and Middlesex bears right - there is a sign. I take Bob Kemp as to detour to White Rock which has great 270 degree views itself with a lot of exposed, flat terrain. From there, I ride the ridge line over to the Mt. Hunger summit - it is less than mile and there are signs to direct you. One steep push right at this end but very doable. The rest has some steeper sections but flattens out in between. I would say moderate is a very accurate rating. Extremely worthwhile for near 360 views from the top of Hunger

Spectacular views... worth the hike!

hiking
9 months ago

Hiked it the other weekend. What a great trail. deffinitly recommend a winter hike up it if you haven't!

We went in February (5 teenage kids and 3 adults). There was still some snow and ice on the ground which made the hike a bit treacherous in places. A pretty hard hike getting to the top, we had problems finding the markings, but that could of been because we were trying to avoid patches of snow and ice. I wouldn’t recommend little kids for this hike. The view from the top made the hike worth it. Would do it again in warmer weather!

hiking
Sunday, November 12, 2017

I'm more bruise than person at this point because the trail is so icy and pretty much unused! There's a good inch or so of both ice and snow along the entire trail, more so once you start getting to the steep bits. I definitely recommend shoes with grip and warm gear!

Saturday, November 04, 2017

I did this hike in early October. I saw bear scat and enjoyed the wildlife and vegetation, but the trail is more moderate than difficult.

Friday, November 03, 2017

Good hike for kiddos and the lodge and pond are beautiful!!

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