Today's Mountain Report
Updated Fri Jan 24th 6:49
Its going to be another comfortable day on the slopes as temperatures hover in the upper thirties under partly sunny skies. User traffic was relatively light this week, one of the many benefits of midweek skiing and riding here at Burke making for some prime snow surface conditions as we head into the weekend.
Groomers remain a sugary packed powder corduroy as we get ready to enjoy the last full weekend of January. Hard to believe another month of the winter season is just around the corner which is why its time to make your plans and hit the slopes.
Evening snowmaking operations continue as temperatures allow on McHarg's Cutoff and Open Slope. The countdown is on for the Dashney Mile terrain park to make its debut tomorrow for opening chair. Hop over to the grooming/trail page for today's report.
Lifts load daily from 9am-4pm and tickets can be purchased at multiple locations including our main ticket office in the Sherburne Base Lodge, both retail stores Trailside (base lodge) and Vertical Drop (Hotel), as well as the Hotel front desk.
This weekend we will be hosting a number of ski clubs as part of our first of two ski club appreciation weekends scheduled this winter. Any member of a ski club can book discounted lodging and/or purchase discounted day tix. Contact email@example.com for complete details or visit skiburke.com/deals. Must present your current 2020 winter season club card at check-in or to purchase.
Drop off the kids in the First 13 room and enjoy some quiet time or an evening out as part of our weekly dinner and a movie, appropriate for ages 15 and under. Activities start at 7pm. Visit our events and activities page for a complete listing of all the happenings including the first of our Mens & Womens Ski Clinics happening this morning at 9am. Spots still available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The forecast has changed atleast twice a day this week and changed yet again this morning, so it will be what it will be. Its the Northeast Kingdom, the forecast is never (really) a 100% anyway. Make your plans and come enjoy the slopes with us, we look forward to seeing you soon.