Q Burke Mountain Bike Park 
(Scheduled Operation: May 23 – October 12th 2015)

MTBparks.com:  voted top-five regional best bike park in 2014.  Click here to read complete details.

MTBVT:  Voted best downhill mountain; gnarliest trail; best biking town in 2014.

Save your legs for the ride down! The lift serviced Q Burke Mountain Bike Park is (almost!) open for the season!

A variety of challenging terrain can be found at Q Burke Mountain Resort, including 3 downhill trails from the summit.* Lower on the mountain, you’ll find fun, flowing singletrack and machine-excavated flow and jump trails. Opened in 2010, the Q Burke Mountain Bike Park is 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 machine-excavated trails rated from beginner 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.   

Save the date for our Season Kickoff Party scheduled for Saturday, June 6th.  Live music, BBQ and of course - lots of biking!

Q Burke Mountain Bike Park Hours
  • Fridays 3pm-7pm (Through September 4th)
  • Saturdays 10am-6pm
  • Sundays 10am-6pm
  • Holidays (Labor Day, Columbus Day) 10am-4pm

Q Burke Mountain Bike Park Services
Riders will find a full-service Norco Bicycle Demo Center at the Sherburne Base Lodge.  Day tickets and season passes are also available at the Guest Services office in the Sherburne Base Lodge
Rentals are available 7 days a week with a reservation.  Please book your bikes in advance!  

Q Burke Mountain Bike Park Season Passes
  • Adult (15-59):  $199 through May 11th, 2015.  $285 May 12th to end of season. Includes Toll Road access and weekend summit shuttle. To purchase, click here.
  • Child/Senior (14 & Under, 60+):  $199 through May 11th, 2015.  $285 May 12th to end of season. Includes Toll Road access and weekend summit shuttle.

Q Burke Mountain Bike Park Day Passes
  • Friday - $15 (Through Sep 4th)
  • Saturday - $35
  • Sunday - $35
  • Friday - $10, (Through August 30th)
  • Saturday/Sunday - $25
Summit Trails Only: $5 per person per run (no lift access), plus Toll Road or Summit Shuttle access fees.  Pass good for use on Upper J-Bar, DH Trail and Freeride trails only.  Does not include access to the lift-served portion of the Bike Park
Summit Shuttle: Available on the weekends during operating hours, the Summit Shuttle gets riders quickly to the top of the mountain without worrying about how to get your own rig back down.  $5 per person per trip or $15 per person for all day access.  FREE for Bike Park Season Pass holders.  Day Ticket, Season Pass or Summit Trails Only ticket required.
Toll road access is free for those who choose to pedal up.  For those who purchase day tickets or choose to drive their own vehicles, toll road access is $5/vehicle per trip, or all day access can be purchased for $15.
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, 2015–October 31, 2015)

    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.
    Visit the Kingdom Trails website

    Booking at the Mountain