|Transport to New England Ski Resorts|
|You know how to ski down the slopes, but how do you get to the slopes? Here's how:|
Most people drive their own or rental cars to New England's ski resorts (here are distances from Boston and distances from New York City to all the ski resorts, and here's a map), but there are other ways to reach the slopes.
From Many Cities
NacSki operates comfortable buses on moderately-priced weekend day-trips between major cities and major ski areas throughout the USA and Canada.
Departure points include Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven and Waterbury, Connecticut; Portland, Maine; Boston, Cambridge, Lowell, Springfield and Worcester, Massachusetts; Manchester, New Hampshire; Providence, Rhode Island; and Albany, Buffalo, New York City, Rochester, Syracuse and Westchester, New York.
There are buses from several major cities in Québec to a few New England ski resorts as well.
Buses feature reclining seats, electrical outlets, Wifi, free snacks, and entertainment. More...
New England Snow Bus (tel 1- 877- 543 - 2810) runs ski buses from Boston, Hingham MA and Andover MA to major ski resorts such as Killington, Mount Snow, Okemo, Sugarbush, Sunday River and Waterville Valley. More...
Special MBTA Commuter Rail ski trains operate on weekends from Boston's South Station to Fitchburg station (1-1/2 hours), from which shuttle buses run you over to Wachusett Mountain Ski Resort (map, 20 minutes). More...
Buses depart Braintree and several Boston locations for Pats Peak in southern New Hampshire on Saturday mornings, returning Saturday evening. Combo packages include round-trip bus and lift ticket. More...
From New York City
Rental car is also a good way to reach any New England ski & snowbord resort: