Mountain Flyer Winter 2024
Round-trip bus service from Boston to outdoor adventures across New England!

Making the outdoors

Getting to incredible mountains for skiing and snowboarding has never been easier this winter in New England. This is the Mountain Flyer's first pilot year for winter sports, and we're proud to bring you direct service to some of the most epic mountains in New Hampshire and Vermont.


Killington Route

Okemo & Killington



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Loon Route

Waterville Valley & Loon



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  We are currently not offering one-way tickets.

Bus dates

We're doing a pilot and testing out demand. If there are more requests, we'll add more dates! We're using 15-passenger vans to transport people from Boston to the mountains.

January 27, 2024: Okemo & Killington
January 28, 2024: Waterville Valley & Loon
February 24, 2024: Okemo & Killington
February 25, 2024: Waterville Valley & Loon
March 23, 2024: Okemo & Killington
March 24, 2024: Waterville Valley & Loon

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Bus schedule

Killington & Okemo Route

Arrives Leaves
South Station: - 6:00 am
Davis Square: - 6:15 am
Woburn Park & Ride: - 6:40 am
OKEMO Mountain: 9:30 am -
KILLINGTON Mountain: 10:00 am -
KILLINGTON Mountain: - 4:00 pm
OKEMO Mountain: - 4:35 pm
Woburn Park & Ride: 7:10 pm -
Davis Square: 7:35 pm -
South Station: 8:00 pm -

Waterville & Loon Route

Arrives Leaves
South Station: - 6:00 am
Davis Square: - 6:15 am
Woburn Park & Ride: - 6:40 am
WATERVILLE Valley: 9:30 am -
LOON Mountain: 10:00 am -
LOON Mountain: - 4:00 pm
WATERVILLE Valley: - 4:40 pm
Woburn Park & Ride: 6:40 pm -
Davis Square: 7:05 pm -
South Station: 7:30 pm -

About the Mountains

Killington Mountain

Trails: 155

Lifts: 21

Elevation: 4,241 ft

Vertical drop: 3,050 ft

Cost: Visit Killington for more info

Okemo Mountain

Trails: 121

Lifts: 20

Elevation: 3,344 ft

Vertical drop: 2,200 ft

Cost: Visit Okemo for more info

Loon Mountain

Trails: 73

Lifts: 13

Elevation: 3,050 ft

Vertical drop: 2,190 ft

Cost: Visit Loon for more info

Waterville Valley

Trails: 62

Chairlifts: 11

Elevation: 4,004 ft

Vertical drop: 2,020 ft

Cost: Visit Waterville Valley for more info

Ridj-it's Mountain Flyer lowers the barriers of entry for people to access New Hampshire's world class outdoor amenities, cuts down on traffic and congestions at our trailheads and pays homage to the ski trains of old. These are just the types of projects we want to see happening in the Granite State.

- Scott Crowder, Director of New Hampshire's Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry Development.


Can I bring my dog?
We are not allowing pets at this time, and many drop-off spots along the Mountain Flyer route do not allow pets.

Do you sell tickets for kids?
Children under the age of 3 may travel for free as long as they are sitting on your lap. Children older than 3 will require a standard seat to be purchased.

Can I pay with cash?
Reservations must be made on the trip links above in order to join. You will not be able to pay at the bus, and cash will not be accepted.

What if I need to cancel?
You'll need submit your cancellation request by clicking the following link, login to your Ridj-it account as prompted, and click the "x" next to the trip name and date under "Upcoming Trips". Rules on credit and refund are made available at the time of purchase and are applied to your cancellation. You'll receive an email confirmation of cancellation.