Burke is a town in Caledonia County, Vermont
, United States. The town contains the villages of East Burke
, West Burke and Burke Hollow all containing beautiful accommodations and lodging ranging from spacious vacation rentals to charming condo rentals.
The town is situated at the foot of Burke Mountain and the famous Burke Mountain Ski Area.
A volunteer group maintains the mountain biking trails and portions of these trails are open to cross-country skiers in the winter. There are numerous, well equipped accommodation, vacation rental and condo rental options available year round.
Mountain bikers frequent East Burke in summer
and during the summer season there are hundreds of riders at any given time riding the local trails making this a popular town all year.
Burke and its surrounding area are the perfect Vermont vacation
spot for skiing, hiking, biking, snowmobiling, cultural heritage, shopping, geotourism and more. Recreation in abundance awaits travelers who like to hit the trails and for those who like a slower pace. Whatever brings visitors here, they will experience our unparalleled four season destination with amazing accommodation and vacation rental choices to boot!
Burke Mountain Ski Area is a mid-size ski resort in an area known as Vermont's "Northeast Kingdom"
and it is home to Burke Mountain Academy, a ski academy.
Vacation rentals and other accommodations are sprawled unnoticeably throughout the town and village offering amenities unique to the areas cultural heritage. Dining options range from a cafe with take out to dining settings with unbelievable views of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.
Visitors will enjoy 260 acres of true Vermont skiing and riding–winding, narrow trails
that follow the contours of the mountain, separated by deep glades that hide powder for days. Or strap on cross-country skis or snowshoes and trek along our scenic nordic trails that wind through the woods and farms of the local community. Alternatively take a snowmobile deeper into the woods, emerging on the other side to stop for lunch in a neighboring town. For even more adventure don’t miss out on an opportunity to try out dog sledding or ice fishing.