How To Find Us
Middlebury, located in Vermont’s Champlain Valley, is also Addison County’s shire town. The county is home to approximately 30,000 residents; the town is home to about 8,500 residents. This picturesque Vermont village is surrounded by the natural beauty of both the Green Mountains and the Adirondacks. Accessible by car, train, bus and air, Middlebury is a short 3.5 hours from Boston, 4.5 hours from New York and 2.5 hours from Quebec.
Visitors wishing to arrive via Amtrak can take the Ethan Allen Express which stops in Castleton, Vermont (1 hour) or the Vermonter line which stops in Randolph (1 hour). Nearby New York destinations include the Empire route to Albany (2 hours) or Whitehall (50 mins). Infrastructure improvements are in the works which will bring Amtrak service directly to Middlebury in the early 2020s.
Commercial airlines are available at Burlington International Airport to the north and Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport to the south. For private aviation, the Middlebury State Airport is located a few miles south of town.
Tri-Valley Transit provides local bus service within Addison County, including the Snow Bowl Shuttle, which offers easy access to nearby skiing. Connecting bus services allow passengers to reach both Burlington and Rutland.
For destinations beyond the Champlain Valley, Vermont Translines provides bus service along the Route 7 corridor (north/south) and the Route 4 corridor (east/west).
There is currently no taxi or ride sharing service in Middlebury. Rental cars are available in Rutland and Burlington.
A Quick Drive From
Boston – 190 miles
NYC – 275 miles
Portland, ME – 230 miles
Montreal – 130 miles