2013/14 Season Operating Schedule Update: The mountain will be closed midweek from Monday, April 7th through Friday, April 11th, then will re-open Saturday and Sunday, April 12th and 13th. Our last day of operation for the 2013/14 winter season will be Sunday, April 13th.
4/12 - 4/13 Operating Schedule:
- We will run the Mid-Burke Express ONLY from 9am - 5pm. Ticket sales and services will be available at the Mid Burke Lodge. Lift tickets will be available for $40, or $30 with a donation of 3 canned goods or non-perishable food items. The $25 NEK Afternoon Lift Ticket special WILL be available on Sunday 4/13 (lift ticket only, lessons no longer available)!
- The Dashney Mile Terrain Park will be open on the lower mountain. Skiers and riders can hike the park or ride the shuttle back up to the Mid Burke Lodge.
- We will offer Grab N' Go items and Paninis out of the Bear Den, as well as fire up the BBQ outside the Mid Burke Lodge!
- The Trailside Retail Shop will remain open in the Sherburne Base Lodge, as well as the Guest Services Office for any Season Pass purchases. The Tamarack Pub & Grill will be open from 4pm - 9pm Thursday - Sunday, and will remain open Thursday - Sunday all year long!
We love the lakes and woods in summer. Fall in Vermont is about as beautiful a thing as you’ll ever see. But it’s winter that captures us. And, no, we don’t mean snowed in–although it does happen. No, up here it’s winter that we look forward to. A fire crackling to life. The fresh, hot coffee steaming in the cold morning air. A blanket of sparkling white that fell overnight and seems to cover the entire world. It’s amazing. You could just take it in for hours, if you didn’t want to get out in it so much. And no matter how you like to play in the snow–on skis, snowshoes, snowmobiles or your own two feet–you’ll find the ideal setting and plenty of like-minded people on or around Q Burke Mountain Resort.
Enjoy 270 acres of true Vermont skiing and riding–winding, narrow trails that play with the contours of the mountain instead of fighting them, separated by deep glades that hide powder for days. Or take a snowmobile deeper into the woods, emerging on the other side to stop for lunch in a neighboring town. Try out dog sledding or ice fishing. Go ice skating. If you can do it outside in winter, you can find a place to do it near Burke.