Ski Bus Guide: Boston to Vermont

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Skiing trip from Boston to Vermont
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A ski bus from Boston to Vermont is a simple and cheap way to get to the powder when you don’t feel like driving yourself. While you relax and plan your day, the bus will get you right to the slopes and you might even be provided a ski lift discount as well.

If Vermont isn’t your scene, you can hop on a bus to Loon Mountain or to other mountains in New Hampshire that are perfect skiing destinations.

A Boston to Vermont ski bus will get you to some of the best slopes on the East Coast, including Stowe Mountain, Mt Snow, Sugarbush, Killington, and Okemo. Several ski clubs offer bus packages from Boston to Vermont that will take you directly to the mountain, and they’ll often include lift tickets in the deal.

If you’re not interested in a ski bus package, or if the resort you want to visit isn’t available, you can explore Wanderu for more cheap bus tickets to Vermont. Choosing a ski bus package will typically bring you right to the mountain, but if you don’t mind traveling to the resort from the nearest city, you can find plenty of buses that make daily trips to Vermont.

Boston Ski and Sports Club

A great option for Boston to Vermont ski bus service is provided by the Boston Ski and Sports Club. This club provides ski bus trips to Killington, Sugarloaf, Stratton, and Jay Peak. Though the other mountains are bigger and more elaborate, Jay Peak is a great place to visit for a ski trip as it’s best for deep snow and free riding.

Boston ski buses are a great alternative to driving yourself since the ride can sometimes be too lengthy (and tiring) for just a day trip. Since you don’t have to do any of the work, you can save all of your energy for hitting the slopes.

Ski Bus Tickets and Schedules

The bus trips usually alternate between several mountains every weekend, so if you are set on a particular resort, you should plan ahead to see what’s available. Boston Ski and Sports Club prices for day and weekend trips are also quite reasonable since they include lift tickets in their bus package.

Tickets for a day trip to Jay Peak run around $82 for non-members or $77 for members. If you already have a pass to the mountain, or if you’d rather do other activities instead of skiing, you can still buy a ticket for just the bus ride. Ticket prices vary season to season so check ahead to find the best deals!

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

 

BSSC will also take you right to Killington, the biggest and most well known mountain in the area. Check out our full guide on Killington for more information on the best options to get there if you’re not so interested in taking a ski bus.

Explore more cheap bus tickets to Vermont using Wanderu! Taking a bus to Vermont is a cheap and convenient way to save cash and energy so you’re ready to ski as soon as you get there.

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Staffo Dobrev

Staffo Dobrev

Having lived in some of the greatest cities in the world, Staffo has always had a soft spot for travel and adventures. Instead of hitting the usual tourist attractions, though, Staffo prefers to make friends with local people and check out fun places and activities that are not in the travel books.
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