Burke Mountain Hotel & Conference Center at Burke Mountain East Burke Have you ever seen the sun from East Bowl in the morning? Or touched the icy waters of Lake Willoughby. Have you biked down Mountain Road at first light? Or heard the brooks roaring in the spring. If you’ve done any of this, you’ll get it. If you’ve never been here, maybe you never will. Our four-season adventure hub provides endless outdoor adventures as well as exquisite indoor amenities to enjoy. We invite your groups to experience East Burke, Vermont. One of the greatest gifts of our little corner is the natural beauty and infinite opportunity for experience. Whether you like the outdoors or indoors, winter, summer, spring, or fall, our knowledgeable staff can point you in the right direction. From skiing our 50 trails and glades, mountain biking over 100 miles of trails on or around Burke Mountain, hiking Mt. Pisgah, snowshoeing, paddling, swim-holing, paragliding….well, you get the point. There are a million little experiences to be had here in the Last Little Corner of Vermont. Resort Amenities Contact: Group Sales, Burke Mountain, 2559 Mountain Road, East Burke, Vermont, 05832 • (802) 626-7400 email@example.com • www.skiburke.com AttrActiOn – 16 – NORTHERN VERMONT Birds of Vermont Museum Huntington Natural history meets art at this one-of-a-kind Vermont treasure. Visit loons and 500 more life-like woodcarvings of Vermont birds in typical habitats. Almost all Vermont species are on display…and they won’t fly away. Some non-Vermont birds delight the eye as well. See and hear wild birds though a one-way viewing window or from our accessible Tree House. Explore 100 acres of rural Vermont on our walking trails, discover new Vermont artists, enjoy a bird-friendly garden, and observe a wood carving demonstration. Take advantage of our quiet location to learn new bird songs, browse our gift shop for the perfect nature-related memento, or attend one of our many programs for children and adults. Special experiences: Carving demonstration; bird/nature related lecture; Beginning Birding drawing program; nature walk; tea or coffee in the Tree House. Dates of Operation: Daily 10am-4pm (May1-Oct. 31), Open by appointment throughout year. Group Policy and Rates: $6.50 adult, $5.50 senior, $3.00 child (3-17). Driver and guide complimentary. Handicapped accessible. Free parking. One door prize per bus. Reservations required. Contact: Erin Talmage, Museum Director, 900 Sherman Hollow Road, Huntington, VT 05462-9420 802-434-2167 • firstname.lastname@example.org • www.birdsofvermont.org AttrActiOn • Restaurant l Pub l Café • Retail/Arcade/Fitness Center • Outdoor Heated Pool • Ski-in/ski-out • Downhill (lift-serve) Mountain Bike trails or cross-country mountain bike trails on Kingdom Trails • Guided Nordic skiing, snow- shoe, kayaking, hiking, historic discovery hikes, hang gliding, fishing, ice climbing, snow mobile, paddle boarding.