Camel’s Hump is Vermont’s third highest peak at 4,083 ft, and is the state’s most recognized mountain due to its unique profile. On summer mornings, the valleys to the east of Camel’s Hump may be undercast at sunrise. Chances are you’ll have the peak to yourself if you decide to climb at night to see first light.

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