Burke Mountain


There are so many wrong assumptions made about Burke that it's hard to know where to begin debunking them. "It's too steep, there's no intermediate or beginner terrain, there's no snowmaking, it's too far away," etc. While some of us may say that a mountain can never be too steep, set that and other arguments aside and look at the facts: 70% of Burke's terrain is rated intermediate or beginner, 80% of the trails are covered by snowmaking (most of the system is just a couple of years old), and the Sherburne Lodge at Burke's base is only seven flat miles from I-91.


A Rebirth for Burke tout

A Rebirth for Burke

After transforming Jay Peak, the resort’s owners turn their sights on its sister-mountain. And again, foreign investors will pick up the tab.


Hunter Mountain

Hunter Mountain, located in the northern Catskill Mountains, boasts 1600' of vertical, 53 trails, and plenty of uphill capacity with a high elevation of 4025 feet.

Mountains of Money tout

Mountains of Money

Jay Peak has long been loved for its above-average snowfall. Now a blizzard of foreign capital has transformed it into a four-season wonderland. And the bottom line? Jobs where they’re needed most.