• St. Albans
  • Essex Junction (Burlington)
  • Springfield
  • New York
  • Washington, DC
13 hours 45 minutes Daily Departure

Daily service between Washington, DC and St. Albans in northern Vermont. Your journey north on the Vermonter begins in DC and runs through New York City to Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. Vermont is renowned for the longest ski season in the East. Its world-famous ski resorts include Killington, Mount Snow, Smugglers' Notch, Stowe, Sugarbush and Stratton. Experience the Green Mountain State's scenic vistas and New England charm any time of the year. If you're a native Vermonter, treat yourself to a trip southward to one of the great cities of the eastern United States. New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC, are all stops on the Vermonter's daily journey south.

Business Class on the Vermonter

Enjoy an enhanced travel experience in Business Class on the Vermonter and you'll get seat selection and access to exclusive amenities such as a fully refundable ticket if canceled prior to departure, 25% point bonus for Amtrak Guest Rewards members, leather seating with footrests and complimentary non-alcoholic beverages.

Pack your skis, bike or hiking shoes. Enjoy fabulous fall colors or a winter wonderland of downhill thrills. Stroll through charming towns anchored by iconic colonial churches and comb the countryside for more than 100 covered bridges. Listen to the sound of music in Stowe, hike the Robert Frost Trail in Green Mountain National Forest and shop for local maple syrup and fresh Vermont cheddar at a country store.

“These woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep…” — Robert Frost

Features & Amenities

Amenities vary by train.

Accommodations vary by train. Some trains may feature forward and backward-facing seating, preferred seat orientation is not guaranteed.

Corridor Cafe Menu

Downloadable menus are updated regularly, but menu items and prices are subject to change and may be different from what is available onboard.

Take your small dog or cat along with you on the train. Before you go, learn more about the types of pets allowed, pet reservations and fares, approved pet carriers and additional details.

See the Complete Pet Program Guidelines