Trail: Monroe Trail, Difficult. 6.6 miles round trip.
Meet: Trail head parking lot at the end of Camel's Hump Road. There is overflow parking just a bit down.
After hike celebration: Prohibition Pig for a beer or late lunch.
Trail info from the VT State Parks website: 6.6 round trip, Moderately Difficult. Starts out from parking lots at the end of Camel’s Hump Road in North Duxbury on the eastern flank of the mountain.
The group may decide to make a loop with Dean Trail on the way back (total of 7.4 miles round trip). Dean trail is an "easy" 1 mile trail that connects to Monroe and passes by a beaver pond which gives a nice view of the summit.
more trail info: VT State Park Camels Hump PDF
Driving Directions: Head to Waterbury (from Burlington turn Right as you exit I-89), turn Left onto Rt-2/Main Street, Right onto Winooski Street, Right onto River Rd - go 3.9 miles, turn Left onto Camel's Hump Road, Go to end - about 3.5 miles.
You can also come down Duxbury Rd (which becomes River Rd) from the Jonesville side (go to Richmond and head towards Bolton). Google suggests that going to Waterbury is faster and has fewer turns.