Vermont, United States
Camels Hump is Vermont's third-highest mountain and highest undeveloped peak; moreover, because of its distinctive profile, perhaps the state's most recognized mountain. Part of the Green Mountain range, it is one of the oldest mountains on Earth. With its neighbor to the north, Mount Mansfield, it borders the notch that the antecedent Winooski River has carved through this area over eons. The hiking trails on Camels Hump were among the first cut in the Long Trail system, and Camels Hump remains a popular summit for through- and day-hiking.
The mountain is part of Camel's Hump State Park.