Opening Day: June 6, 2014 - Closing Day: Oct 19, 2014
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Full Day Lift Pass Friday: $15
Full Day Lift Pass Saturday: $30
Full Day Lift Pass Sunday: $25
Season Pass $200 until 6/8, $285 after 6/8/14
Q Burke Mountain Bike Park Overview
Check out Q Burke Mountain Bike Park this summer and enjoy one day FREE with your MTBparks Pass!
The Q Burke Mountain Bike Park offers 8 trails of varying difficulty from introductory downhill riding to expert jump trails and classic single track DH trails, so there's something for everyone. The summit trails appeal to those who like technical DH, while the lower area of the mountain offers trails with great flow and features.
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Currently there are 6 trails in the Burke Bike Park. The 2013 season should see two more excavated trails added to the existing 6. The one entry level trail in the park, Roly Grail, is undergoing a facelift that once complete will have small, safe features for everyone to learn on and enjoy. There are 3 intermediate trails that include fast and flowy rollercoaster trails and a high speed enduro style trail. In the Fall of 2012 Burke Bike Park added a premier double-black diamond experience trail, Knightslayer, with all kinds of elements on the mile long track. Lastly, Drawbridge is a trail that connects the bike park to Lower J-Bar, which is a rolly, smooth and somewhat tricky singletrack trail that is just the lower half of an epic descent from the summit of Burke Mountain.
Burke, VT – The September 2014 issue of decline magazine hit the newsstands this week gives you an indepth look at Q-Burke Bike Park in East Burke, Vermont. In this issue, MTBparks.com catches up with the folks at Burke to learn more about the new resort ownership and management, which means big plans are underway. If you haven’t checked out this gem of New England, you’re going want to add it to your bucket list while there’s still time to plan out the balance of your summer.
East Burke, VT — East Coast competitors came out to fight it out at the Kingdom Enduro Race, the first stop of the Triple Crown Enduro Series. Check out the highlights Pinkbike put together from the event.
East Burke, VT - Burke Bike Park will host their second Kingdom Enduro race on Saturday, September 7th, kicking off the the first of the three races in the Triple Crown Enduro Series. The Kingdom Enduro race will take place on Burke Mountain's Kingdom Trails and will include 3 timed descending stages known as Specials, and 2 climbing transport stages. As part of the Triple Crown Enduro Series, the Kingdom Enduro will give participants the opportunity to win up to $7,500 in cash and over $10,000 in swag.
Burke Bike Park, VT – Bell Helmets and The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) recently announced the 12 finalists for the 2013 Bell Built Grants and is asking the public to help select the three winners. More than 100 exceptional applications were received from IMBA chapters and clubs as well as land management agencies across the country.