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Town name: Burke

Population: 1,651

Area: 34.0 mi²

Brief History: Burke, VT was chartered in 1782 and it is thought to be named after Edmund Burke, who was a British statesman and orator.

General Area Info: East Burke is home to Burke Mountain. Burke Mountain is a family ski resort with a variety of terrain from beginner to advanced. The mountain has 45 trails on 250 acres and hosts a vertical drop of 2,011 feet. The average snowfall is 217 inches.

Burke Mountain is also home to Burke Mountain Academy, which is a renowned ski academy. They have schooled 45 students that became Olympians.

Kingdom Trails is a network of mountain bike trails also located in East Burke. Bike Magazine rated it the Best Trail Network in North America. If you enjoy mountain biking you will appreciate the system whether you are an advanced or novice biker.

Burke is located in Caledonia County and close to Lyndonville and I-91. It is also close to Lake Willoughby to the North.

Attractions: Burke Historical Society, Art Gallery in town, Burke Ski Mountain, Sled Dog Dash, Strawberry Festival, Fall Foliage Festival, West Burke Village Park & Darling Recreational Park, West & East Burke Public Libraries, Dishmill Brook, Passumpsic River, and the Kingdom Trails.

Recreational Activities: Downhill skiing, snowmobiling, x-country skiing, hiking, biking, running, golfing, kayaking, snowshoeing, fishing & horseback riding.

Town Websites: www.burkevermont.com or www.burkevermont.org


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