Burke, Vermont 05871
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Burke, Vermont is a Northeast Kingdom VT town located in Caledonia County. Burke, VT is named for the English statesman Edmund Burke. The town of Burke was chartered on February 26, 1782. The scenic town of Burke includes several villages: East Burke, Burke Hollow, and West Burke are among the most picturesque in northern New England.
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Burke Vermont is a popular destination for travelers seeking to visit Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. The annual fall foliage festival in East Burke attracts hundreds of visitors every fall. Majestic Burke Mountain is the highest elevation in town, visible from many parts of the Burke area. Burke Mountain is the home of Burke Mountain Ski Resort. Burke Mountain is the only ski resort in Caledonia County is a training ski area for US Olympic athletes. Many of the nation’s top skiers attended the Burke Mountain Academy, also located on Burke Mountain. Burke Mountain Academy is a private high school known for it’s superb skiing curriculum.
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