Q: How do I get there from here?
A: Stowe is easily reached by car. Train and bus services are available into Waterbury, only 20 minutes from Stowe. Jet air service into Burlington International airport is only 40 minutes away, while the Stowe-Morrisville airport for smaller craft is 7 miles north of Stowe village. Rental cars and taxis are available in Burlington, Waterbury and in Stowe. If you plan on driving, follow these directions:
From Boston take I-93 65 miles north to Bow, N.H. Take I-89 120 miles north to Exit 10 in Waterbury, Vermont. Take a right off the exit and follow Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe.
From Hartford, New York, Philadelphia, Washington and points south, take I-95 to I-91 North in Hartford. Take I-91 through Massachusetts into Vermont. At White River Junction, take I-89 north 61 miles to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take a right off the exit and follow Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe.
From Albany take I-87 north to Exit 20 at Glens Falls. Take 149 to Fort Ann, Rt. 4 north to Fair Haven, Rt. 22A north to Vergennes, Rt. 7 North to South Burlington, I-189 to I-89, then I-89 south to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take a left off the exit and follow Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe.
From Montreal take Rt. 10 east to Rt. 133. Take Rt 133 south to the U.S. border. Take I-89 south to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take a left off the exit and follow Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe.
From Toronto take Trans Canada Highway 401 east to Cornwall Head south from Cornwall, cross the St. Lawrence River and the U.S. border and pickup Rt. 37 south to Malone. Take Rt. 11 North to Rouses Point. Cross the bridge over Lake Champlain and pickup Rt. 78 in Alburg. Continue along 78 to Swanton and then take I-89 south to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take a left off the exit and follow Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe.
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The road/bridge construction at Exit 10 in Waterbury is winding down but won’t be completed until the end of October at which time the exit ramp should be back to normal operations. If you are headed north on I-89 please be aware of the road construction at Exit 10 in Waterbury as you approach the exit. There are divided traffic lanes and you must be in the right lane early for the exit. Pay attention to the signs and slow down. We wish you safe travels.
Q: How long does it take to get to Stowe by car?
A: That depends on where you start. Consider the following:
- Albany 3.5 hrs
- Boston 3.5 hrs
- Buffalo 8.5 hrs
- Hartford 3.5 hrs
- Montreal 3 hrs
- NYC 6.5 hrs
- Ottawa 4 hrs
- Philadelphia 8 hrs
- Toronto 8 hrs
- Washington D.C. 10 hrs
Q: What transportion options are available in the Stowe Area?
A: There are a variety of transportation options available from taxi services to airport shuttles. Visit our transportation page for more information.