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Vermont and New Hampshire, is it possible without a car?

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Hi everyone, I know what the preferred method of travelling around your beautiful mountains is however coming from another country and driving on the 'wrong' lol side of the road doesnt make my travelling companion or myself feel easy. At the moment our plan is to hire a car however we are thinking of a back up plan just in case we end up not hiring. Can you possibly do it by train and bus from Boston?

Our itinery is as follows: arrive Boston 1st Oct stay two days then booked in Woodstock for 2 nights then over to Choacura New Hampshire (excuse my spelling) for 3 nights then back to Boston. I had found a company who will take you for tours around roads less travelled for an afternoon where we could get a glimpse of the scenery away from the major town we are staying in, other than that I was hoping for local buses to go to towns outside of Woodstock or up to Jackson from Choacura or Conway areas. Any help or advise would be appreciated. We can always catch cabs to our accomodation from a bus stop or train station but am not sure where to start looking.

Again, thanks all the way from Australia

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