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Overview

Nestled in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, you will find (or discover) Burke Mountain. Known for its view of Willoughby Gap–Mount Pisgah to the east and Mount Hor to the west-skiers and riders will find classic Vermont style skiing across 270 acres of narrow, winding trails, steep pitches and acres of tree skiing. With an annual snowfall of 217 inches, Burke features a vertical rise of 2,011 ft., 50 trails and glades and three terrain parks for freestylers. Home to Burke Mountain Academy and now named as an official training and development site for the US Ski Team, you just may found yourself sharing a chair with an Olympic or soon-to-be Olympic skier training on some of the best terrain in New England.

Transportation

Burke Mountain no longer handles lodging. Fifteen motels with 1,100 beds nearby. Also available nearby are condos, inns, B&Bs, and hotels.

Inside Scoop

Burke Mountain has a new slope side hotel boasting 116 rooms with views of Willoughby Gap or Burke Mountain from any window.  New restaurant and pub, cafeteria, coffee shop, outdoor heated pool and hot tub as well as an arcade are all within the Hotel to keep you entertained if our alpine skiing and riding doesn’t tucker you out.  Burke Mountain is also home to the infamous and iconic Bear Den Lounge located at Mid Burke which is the classic of all classic ski bars.  All 270 acres of terrain are serviced by two high-speed quad lifts with two magic carpet areas and a t-bar surface lift for the beginner and never-evers.  Seventy percent snowmaking keeps our terrain nicely covered. Weekly ticket deals include $25.00 half day tickets on Sunday and three-for-one lift tickets on Wednesday’s (non-holiday).  Season Passes available that includes Jay Peak.

Plan Your Trip

Burke Mountain Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

37"
24"
16"
8"
5"
5"
Dec
18"
Jan
31"
Feb
11"
Mar
6"
Apr

Terrain Overview

9%
Beginners Runs
47%
Intermediate Runs
30%
Advanced Runs
13%
Expert Runs
52
Runs in Total
2.2 mi
Longest Run
178 ac
Skiable Terrain
125 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 5

1
High Speed Quads
1
Quad Chairs
3
Surface Lifts

Elevation

3267'
Summit
2011'
Vertical Drop
1210'
Base

Important Dates

December 11, 20212021/12/11
Projected Opening
April 03, 20222022/04/03
Projected Closing
125
Projected Days Open
110
Days Open Last Year
64
Years Open
217"
Average Snowfall
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