Vermont Ski Shuttles - Interstate & Long Distance
Find transportation to and from Vermont’s most popular ski and snowboard resorts. Boston is less than a 3 hour drive from from Vermont’s ski resorts and you can drive here from NYC in less than 5. Check out the services below if you need a ride!
This service runs exclusively between NYC and Stratton. It also stops in Manchester and it runs on a limited schedule. The trip will cost you just under $100 each way. Unknown if this will continue in the ’21-’22 season yet. Visit Website.
The Bus - Rutland to Killington & Pico
This bus takes skiers and riders from Rutland up to Killington. There are multiple stops in downtown Rutland. On the resort side, the bus stops at the Snowshed base area as well as the main base area by the K-1 Gondola. The bus also stops at Pico. This bus route and other connected routes are run by the Marble Valley Regional Transit District and it only costs $2 to travel each way. Visit Website.
Green Mountain Transit - Northern VT
This service primarily operates around Burlington and Montpelier but there are a few routes that are relevant to skiers. Green Mountain Transit operates local shuttles around the Sugarbush and Stowe ski resorts. There is also a route that goes from Burlington to Jefferson, VT. From there a Smugglers’ Notch shuttle can transport you to Smugglers’ Notch, but you’ll need to reserve a seat and request the shuttle in advance. Visit Website.
More VT Transportation Info
You Can Always Go Greyhound! Killington has had a greyhound route in the past but this local stop is currently removed from their itineraries. You can see a full list of Greyhound stops in VT on their website here which includes routes into Rutland.
Fly to one of Vermont’s airports or land nearby to make the drive…