The "Otherworldly" Hiking Trail Near Montreal You Must Conquer This Summer

A majestic trail you cannot resist!
The "Otherworldly" Hiking Trail Near Montreal You Must Conquer This Summer

Have you ever wanted to try a completely fantasy like hike in the middle of the wilderness that will make you feel like you walked into another world, but you just can't find one near Montreal? Well, I know I have and Camels Hump will let us all fulfill that dream this summer! So, if you aren't going on a big vacation this summer, or if you just adore hiking, then I suggest driving to this stunning hike just TWO HOURS AWAY.

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At Camels Hump located in Vermont, you can try their INSANE and somewhat secret hike up the peak that is almost too epic to handle. You can see the highest peaks of Mount Marcy in New York, Mount Washington in New Hampshire and Vermont's Mount Mansfield on a clear summer day. Once at the top, you can sit and enjoy the view over a lovely picnic!

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Camels Hump offers a unique opportunity to relax and enjoy the stunning cliffs and nature life around it. There are multiple hidden areas around the mountain  have a picnic or just sit and enjoy the view. The ambiance is truly majestic and you will feel like you coming out of a fantasy book. I suggest making this short drive to enjoy a truly beautiful and relaxing weekend away from the city!

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Camels Hump is actually the third-highest mountain and highest undeveloped peak in Vermont. It is part of the Green Mountain range and you can actually make this a day road trip to conquer the hike or a full weekend trip since camping is free!

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General Information:

Distance: 2 hours away (Vermont, USA)

Directions: Camels Hump


  • Hiking Trails
  • FREE camping
  • Great views
  • majestic wild life

Price: FREE!

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