Ski Bus Boston to Vermont – Killington, Stowe & Jay Peak

A ski bus from Boston to Vermont is a great way to get to the powder in no time. Why take a Boston to Vermont ski bus? Well while you relax and plan your day, the bus gets you right to the slopes and often provides a ski lift discount as well. And if Vermont isn’t your scene, hop on a bus to Loon Mountain or other mountains in New Hampshire.

Some of the best slopes in the East Coast are located at the end of a Boston to Vermont ski bus ride. Including Stowe Mountain, Mt Snow, Sugarbush, Killington and Okemo.

Ski Bus Boston to Vermont

Several ski clubs offer Boston to Vermont ski bus from Boston right to the mountain and often include lift tickets. Boston ski bus trips usually alternate several mountains, so if you are set on a particular mountain you should plan ahead.

A great source for Boston to Vermont ski bus service is provided by the Boston Ski and Sport Club.

The provide ski bus trips to Killington, Sugarloaf, Stratton  and Jay Peak. Though the others are bigger and fancier, Jay Peak is where I would head to as its the best for deep snow and free riding. A Boston ski bus is perfect for these trip as they are all a bit too far to drive for a day trip and still have any energy left to hit the slopes hard.

BSSC prices are quite reasonable as they include lift tickets as well. For Jay Peak day trip $82 for non members, $77 for members and bus only is $40 less.

The bus departs from:

5:00 AM LAZ Parking Garage – Back Bay126 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA, 02216
5:30 AM Riverside MBTA Park & Ride333 Grove Street, Newton, MA 02462
6:00 AM Woburn LAZ ARTC Parking100 Atlantic Way, Woburn, MA 01801

Killington is the biggest and most well known in the area. Check out our full guide on Killington, especially handy to find all you bus to Killington options.

That’s all the info you need to get yourself a day of snow and skiing, get yourself on a Boston to Vermont ski bus and have a blast.

2 thoughts on “Ski Bus Boston to Vermont – Killington, Stowe & Jay Peak

  1. Linda Selzer

    Can you tell me if you allow small dogs on your bus? Also what is the time frame for when these buses run?

    Thanks

  2. Wanderu

    Generally only service animals are allowed on inter-city buses. But you can contact NY Trailways directly to better understand their policy on pets.

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