Getting Here and Around

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Getting Here and Around

Air Travel

Continental, Delta, JetBlue, United, Porter Airlines, and US Airways fly into Burlington International Airport. Rutland State Airport has daily service to and from Boston on Cape Air.

Boat Travel

Lake Champlain Ferries. This company operates three ferry routes between the Vermont and New York shores: Grand Isle–Plattsburgh, NY; Burlington–Port Kent, NY; and Charlotte–Essex, NY. 802/864–9804. www.ferries.com.

Car Travel

Vermont is divided by a mountainous north-south middle, with a main highway on either side: scenic Route 7 on the western side and Interstate 91 (which begins in New Haven and runs through Hartford, central Massachusetts, and along the Connecticut River in Vermont to the Canadian border) on the east. Interstate 89 runs from New Hampshire across central Vermont from White River Junction to Burlington and up to the Canadian border. For current road conditions, call 800/429-7623.

Train Travel

Amtrak. Amtrak has daytime service linking Washington, D.C., with Brattleboro, Bellows Falls, White River Junction, Montpelier, Waterbury, Essex Junction, and St. Albans via the Vermonter. Amtrak's Ethan Allen Express connects New York City with Castleton and Rutland. 800/872–7245. www.amtrak.com.

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