Daily shuttle connects the Ethan Allen Express to resorts in Killington, VT
RUTLAND, VT. – Let Amtrak do the driving with a less than six-hour trip from New York Penn Station to the ski slopes of Vermont. Amtrak Thruway Service offers convenient connecting transportation to the Killington resort area from the Ethan Allen Express. Amtrak takes care of booking and ticketing — just choose Killington, VT (KLT) as your destination. Passengers will depart the train at Rutland, VT (RUD) and board a connecting shuttle. The shuttle will transport your ski equipment so you can enjoy your entire trip car free and see more and do more on your trip.
This Amtrak Thruway Service is provided by Gramps Shuttle and the default stop is the Killington Grand Resort. Other hotels in the Killington area can be requested as stops. The shuttle operates year-round and the schedule is as follows:
- Inbound to Rutland (RUD)
|Train#||Frequency||Depart NYC||Arrive RUD||Connecting Shuttle||Arrive KLT|
- Outbound from Rutland
|Shuttle#||Frequency||Depart KLT||Connecting Train#||Depart RUD||Arrive NYP|
Passengers can book tickets at Amtrak.com or via the Amtrak mobile apps available for iPhone and Android devices.
For More Information
- Amtrak Contact
- 302 683.2590
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