Mellow terrain and a flowy ride make the fast straightaways of J-Bar the perfect accompaniment to its steeper, angrier sibling Upper J-Bar.
A step up from Enchanted Forest, bridging and berms highlight this intermediate single track with fast, tight benching.
Visible from the Sherburne Lift, this intermediate single track features several berms as it winds its way back down to the base lodge.
A perfect introduction to machine-built terrain, this intermediate trail has rolling tabletops, berms and multiple ride lines.
Machine-excavated trail with great features. Drops, banks, berms, rollers, hips, step- ups, bridging and ride-around options if you don't know what some of those are.
For those new to the mountain, this wide, smooth trail is perfect for beginners and up. Use caution at road crossings.
Rock gardens, hand-built dirt features, and berms are highlights on this steep trail with fast switchbacks and detailed rock work.
The most difficult trail on Burke Mountain, this triple black diamond has natural drops and long armored steeps.Recommended for expert bikers only.
A step up in difficulty from Upper J, you'll experience detailed rock work along this steep, challenging trail.
A cross country trail with plenty of switchbacks. Watch for traffic going up and down the mountain.
This optional steep trail has a few natural and man-made drops and obstacles.
Same flow and feel as Dead Moose Alley with switchbacks and a nice flow.
A classic, contouring XC trail with roots, small bridges and benching.
Use this trail to access J-Bar and ride the mountain contour back to the Burke Mountain Campground after a day on tough Summit trails.
Dirt berms keep you occupied on your ride right into the Burke Mountain Campground. Caution: Two-way traffic on trail.