It wouldn’t be very polite of us to brag about ourselves. But we think talking up our partners is fine. And technically it’s not bragging, it’s quoting. Bike magazine has, once again, named Kingdom Trails the


A “secret” that over 50,000 bikers enjoy every summer on 100+ miles of thoughtfully planned and carefully maintained multi-use recreational trails with
two distinct sections.

Burke Bike Park (Scheduled Operation: June – October 2014)
More challenging terrain can be found at Burke Mountain, including 3 downhill trails from the summit.* Lower on the mountain, you’ll find more of the singletrack trails that made KT so renowned. In 2010, we opened the Burke Bike Park, a gravity downhill trail system and park accessed by the Sherburne Express High Speed Quad. From the top of the lift, riders can access singletrack and slopestyle trails rated from intermediate to advanced. The park boasts three excavated trails designed by Knight Ide of IdeRide with the help of Pro-rider Kyle Ebbett, Dylan Eustace, Luke Thompson (bridge), Leif Trott, Kingdom Trails Manager CJ Scott and the Kingdom Trails Crew.   

Bike Park Hours
Fridays 3pm-7pm (August & Early September)
Saturdays 11am-6pm
Sundays 10am-4pm
Holidays (Labor Day, Columbus Day) 10am-4pm

Burke Bike Park Services
Riders will find a full-service Norco Bicycle Demo Center at the Sherburne Base Lodge.  Day tickets are available at the Sherburne Base Lodge and from the Kingdom Trails Office in East Burke.
Rentals are available 7 days a week with a reservation.  Please book your bikes in advance!  

Gravity School 
Nervous about the mountain part of mountain biking? The Burke Bike Park Gravity School offers lessons for every ability from never-evers to advanced riders looking to hone their skills.   Learn more about the Burke Bike Park Gravity School

* The trails that descend from the summit offer our system’s MOST technical riding, giving the riders 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… 

**strongly recommended on freeride trails

  • Full-face Helmet**
  • 5” Full-suspension Bike**
  • Group size of three or more Riders**
  • Fully body armor
  • Cell phone
  • First-aid kit

    The Kingdom Trails Network (Scheduled to operate May 1, 2014–October 31, 2014)

    Darling Hill-
    This picturesque hill holds the majority of the singletrack trails in the network. Ranging from easy country roads to challenging, fast singletrack, every ability level will find a rewarding challenge and fantastic scenery on Darling Hill. With views of the surrounding countryside and the Willoughby Gap, the scenery almost rivals the incredible trails–almost.
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