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Burke Mountain Resort



East Burke, VT


Check out the beautiful Burke Mountain Lodge, which just opened in Fall 2016!

BURKE BY THE NUMBERS
Summit Elevation
: 3,267 feet
Base Elevation: 1,210 feet
Vertical Drop: 2,011 feet
Average Snowfall: 217 inches
Percentage of Snowmaking: 70 percent
Trails: 36
Glades: 14
Lifts: 4
Terrain Parks: 3
Skiable Acres: 178
Maps: Please click below for our seasonal maps...

BURKE MOUNTAIN - WINTER

Alpine:

Burke clings to tradition and seeks out authentic skiing and riding experiences, which is why you won't find us widening the trails on our 270 acres any time soon. Nor will we cut into our 100 or more acres of beautiful glades just to raise our trail number. There's enough terrain to challenge all levels, believe us.

This is Vermont, and we offer one of the best skiing experiences in the Northeast, a mountain where future Olympians train. We also offer an amazing Mountain Hotel expereince.  The simple truth is that we love this place and hope you will come love Burke yourself. If you want to improve your skiing skills, we can help you there as well. You'll learn to appreciate the natural contours of the mountain and learn to see your line, not the trees it weaves through.

Nordic:

Explore all the beauty of the Northeast Kingdom at a slightly slower pace. Step into snowshoes or cross-country skis and trek through a stitched-together network of old logging lanes, forgotten country roads and rolling Vermont farmland.

BURKE MOUNTAIN - SUMMER

Sure, a lot of our neighboring mountains have summer activities - it's just that a lot of them aren't very active. Don't get us wrong, mountain coasters and slippery slides can be fun, but that's not why National Geographic selected the area as a geotourism destination. We prefer to take advantage of the natural beauty that surrounds us. As the skis and boards go away, the bike, kayaks and PFDs come out.

After the annual swap, we start changing a different kind of gears on the “best mountain biking trail network in North America” (according to Bike Magazine, who know about this sort of thing). Our neighbor and partner, the Kingdom Trails Association, meticulously manages and maintains 110 miles of trails, including the Burke Mountain Bike Park, the only lift-served biking on the network.  Come for a day, come with some friends.  Our sales team at Burke will get you set up with group rates (10 people or more) and an awesome day on the trails. 

RESTAURANTS AT THE MOUNTAIN

With the introduction of the Burke Mountain Hotel and Conference Center comes 2 new dining options. First, is the View Pub a great spot to grab an end of the day drink or to recharge with some pub fare.  The View Pub also offers sweeping views of one of Vermont's most pristine natural wonders the Willoughby Gap. Willoughby's Restaurant also located in the new Burke Mountain Hotel offers a sophisticated local farm to table menu.  Lastly, a local favorite and a casual place to grab a bite after a long day on the mountain, or lunch before you head back out, the Tamarack Grill serves new American fare with a hint of Vermont. Whether you’re in the dining room, with its open kitchen and view of the slopes, or sit bar-side and watch a game a stop in the Tamarack is a must!

Other on-site mountain cafes include the Kingdom Cafe, Bear Den Lounge and Day Lodge Cafeteria.





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Burke Mountain Resort


223 Sherburne Lodge Road
East Burke, VT 05832
Phone: 802-626-7300
Toll Free: 888-287-5388
Fax: 802-626-7310
E-mail: info@skiburke.com
www.skiburke.com

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