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Section 20: Camel’s Hump Road to Duxbury Road

Harvest operations are planned in the Honey Hollow area for winter 2018. 
The “Bobardier Road” (the road on the east side of Preston Brook) is currently plowed up about ½ mile from the parking lot. Skidding is underway on the road (Catamount Trail) for about 100 yards, from where they come out of the woods on the east side of the road, down to the lower landing on the west side.  
The Honey Hollow town road may be plowed for couple of weeks later this winter, including a short section of the Catamount Trail where it comes down through that orange metal gate on the east side of Honey Hollow Rd. Trucking is prohibited on the road on the weekends, but they may be forwarding wood along parts of the road on the weekend. If you find yourself in the area, proceed with caution.

Parking at Camel’s Hump Nordic Ski Area is now located on Bert White Road and can accommodate 20 cars.  The Handy Road parking area will no longer be maintained. The upper part of the Stagecoach Road trail has been re-named Big Baldy. Cobble Hill has been re-routed, South to North skiers should look for the intersection of Cobble Hill at the height of land on Skunk Brook trail. 


This section provides a variety of groomed and ungroomed skiing along moderately steep terrain, and passes through the groomed trail system of the Camel’s Hump Skiers’ Association (CHSA). The Trail from the CHSA trail system north to Duxbury Rd. (River Rd.) provides an exhilarating downhill ski along the popular Honey Hollow Trail.

7.8 miles

South of the CHSA trail network, the ungroomed CT crosses rolling terrain with some moderate slopes and sudden dips.  Within the CHSA system the terrain is similar but the trails are groomed, making the skiing easier. The long (ungroomed) downhill run on the Honey Hollow Trail includes several short, steep descents and narrow chutes. 

Note: Please consider making a donation to the Camels Hump Nordic Ski Association if you are utilizing the CT within their trail system. Donations can be made online at, or by visiting the self-service warming hut.  CHNSA Trail Map


Your membership dues make CTA’s free online maps and trail descriptions possible. Please join CTA today!
Looking for more information, volunteer opportunities, or to get in touch with the Section Trail Chief? Please contact us!


Local Business Sponsors:


The Bridges Vermont Resort & Tennis Club, 202 Bridges Circle, Warren, VT 05674

Bolton Valley Resort, 4302 Bolton Valley Access Rd., Bolton Valley, VT 05477
1-877-9Bolton, 802-434-3444,,

Fielder Farm, 150 Fielder Road, Huntington, VT 05462

Mad River Barn, Route 17, 2849 Mill Brook Road, Waitsfield, VT 05673

Old Stagecoach Inn, 18 N. Main Street, Waterbury, VT 05676
(802) 244-5056,,

Sugarbush Inn, 1840 Sugarbush Access Road, Warren, VT 05674
1-800-53-sugar, 802-583-6300,

West Hill House B&B, 1496 West Hill Road, Warren, VT 05674
1-800-209-1049, 802-496-7162,,

Windekind Farm: 1425 Bert White Road, Huntington, VT 05462


Trail Conditions & Updates – #CTsection20

With 300 miles of trail to keep track of it can be hard to know exactly what to expect on a specific section of trail, but that doesn’t mean we can’t try. Using Twitter we are hoping to help skiers out on the trail communicate their experience to skiers at home using specific hashtags for trail updates. The format is #CTsection(#). When planning an adventure you can view current updates by visiting the specific section page on the Catamount Trail website, or by searching twitter for the appropriate section you hope to ski. Below are updates for Catamount Trail Section 20… #CTsection20.