Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Commanding Fall Foliage Views Today at Burke Mountain

Article and Photo by Eric H.

Most of the fall foliage in Northeast Kingdom Vermont is past peak, but you'll still get some great leaf peeping opportunities in certain areas of this quiet, high and lonesome region.The views from Burke Mountain, pictured in this article, still afford beautiful panoramic views of the vast mountain ranges in this region. We recommend traveling there as soon as possible before all the foliage is gone. If you're not able to, then consider that Burke Mountain has another impending benefit -- the ski season with its 45 trails and glades on 250 acres of terrain, and a vertical drop of 2,011 feet. For today, however, the peacefulness of the mountain is fully intact before the roar of winter soon sets in at this scenic, unspoiled part of Vermont.

Visit the Burke Mountain Ski Resort Web Site for more travel information.

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