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Getting Around

Convenient Transportation Statewide

There are lots of ways to get around Vermont! Taking public transportation or driving your own vehicle along one of Vermont's 10 federally designated scenic byways both offer beautiful views and readily available trip options. 

Travel to Vermont by water by taking a ferry; find crossings near you and enjoy a leisurely trip to Vermont by water. 

For those traveling without a car, we also have some taxi options:  

Lyft is available throughout the entire state.  
Green Cab VT is available in the Burlington and Montpelier areas. 
In Stowe, Burlington or Middlebury, take Blazer Cab
Snowflake Taxi also serves Stowe. 

There are bus options as well:

Greyhound and Megabus have bus service in various parts of the state. Find bus routes near you. 
Green Mountain Transit offers service within the state, as does The Current in southeastern Vermont. 
Vermont Translines can also get you where you need to go. 
Busing from New York to ski? Check out the New York Ski Bus Guide.
 

There are also two ski resorts that offer shuttle service from around the state:  

Killington Express Shuttle offers pickup and dropoff from your airport terminal to the resort of your choice. 
Jay Peak offers airport service.
Sugarbush offers a shuttle through Valet Park of America. Email local manager Malcolm Piper to arrange pickup. 
The Mountain Road Shuttle brings skiers and riders to Stowe Mountain Resort.
Find region-specific information about getting to your ski resort of choice.

Experience the best of Vermont by taking a guided tour while you're here to take in foliage, sample craft brews and Vermont's rich history:

Vermontology Guided Tours offers brewery and attractions tours leaving from Burlington, Killington, Stowe, Woodstock, and more.  
Vermont Guided Tours offers a variety of tours ranging from wine and maple tours and mountain view tours. Tours leave from Burlington.  
4 Points VT offers brewery and mountain bike tours from Stowe. 
Backroad Discovery Tours offers fall foliage and historic attractions tours from Manchester. 
NEK Adventures+ offers guided ATV and snowmobile tours leaving from various locations throughout the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. 
Vermont River Runners offers canoeing, kayaking, and tubing with pick up locations in the greater Manchester area. 
Lamoille Valley Bike Tours offers guided bike trips leaving from Johnson and Morrisville. 

Tour guides listed above have all received a 5-star rating on Trip Advisor. To see the entire list of guided tours offered in Vermont, check out Trip Advisor.