Burke Mountain trails are open from June 1st through October 15th.
Burke Mountain offers more challenging terrain, yet many trails can be ridden with a hard-tail mountain bike. The top of the mountain offers a higher challenge with two Downhill trails and one Freeride trail.
The trails that descend from the summit offer our system’s MOST technical riding, giving the rider more opportunities to challenge themselves. The trail crew and staff recommend the following things for any rider to consider when going to ride the summit trails…(**=required for Freeride Trail)
- Full-face Helmet**
- 5” Full-Suspension Bike**
- Group size of Three or more Riders**
- Fully Body Armor
- Cell Phone
- First-Aid Kit
Lower on the mountain we have some of our famous fast singletrack; Dead Moose Alley, Enchanted Forest, Black Forest, Camptown and J-bar. We are always adding new trails and look to put more riding opportunities on this beautiful mountain in the future.
The toll road above Burke Mountain Campground requires a fee. The road accesses the summit of Burke Mountain. The fee is $5 per vehicle trip or you can purchase a discounted season toll road pass at our office or at the Burke Mountain Campground.