Travel north on the Vermonter line from Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Hartford, or stops in Massachusetts and New Hampshire to one of nine vibrant Vermont communities offering an array of enticing attractions and events. Take in scenic vistas and charming New England villages and downtowns bursting with arts, culture, and history.
Find local travel information for each of the train stations in Vermont. Experience the Green Mountain State's renowned recreational opportunities including world class ski resorts, mountain bike and cycling networks, and vast hiking trails.
Brattleboro, VT (BRA)
Bellows Falls, VT (BLF)
Windsor, VT (WNM)
White River Junction, VT (WRJ)
Randolph, VT (RPH)
Montpelier, VT (MPR)
Waterbury, VT (WAB)
Essex Junction, VT (ESX)
Saint Albans, VT (SAB)
Full Map & Reservations
Find up-to-date fare information, a map of the Vermonter route, and convenient online booking.
Check your train’s arrival and departure times and stay updated on news from Amtrak and the Vermont Agency of Transportation.
Vermont Translines Bus Service
Scheduled shuttle bus service from New York provides even more ways to reach Manchester, Bennington, Rutland, Middlebury and Burlington from Chicago and beyond, as well as the East Coast, including Virginia, Florida, and New York City.
VERMONTER SAVER FARE
Amtrak's Vermont Saver Fare allows you to travel within Vermont for a maximum of $18 one-way. No code necessary.
VERMONT AMTRAK ROUTES
Two Amtrak routes run through Vermont, connecting the state to the nation. As you plan to visit Vermont, check out Amtrak's offerings.
TRAVEL PLANNING DIRECTORY
Vermont is home to unique lodging, world-class recreation, local food, shopping, history and art in beautiful surroundings. Plan your trip with our directory.