Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm


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The Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm is easy to get to . . .

By Car

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3½ hours from Boston:

  • Take I-93 North into New Hampshire to I-89 North.
  • Follow I-89 North through New Hampshire and into Vermont, to Exit 9, Rt. 100 B, Middlesex/Moretown.
  • At the end of the ramp, turn left, and follow the signs to Rt. 100 B.
  • Follow Rt. 100 B South through Moretown Village.
  • When 100 B becomes Rt. 100 South, continue straight ahead and follow it south for about one mile.
  • You'll see our sign. Turn right onto North Fayston Road.
  • Follow North Fayston Road for three miles. You'll see our farm on the left.

5½ hours from New York City:

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  • Take I-95 North, or I-84 East, into Connecticut to I-91.
  • Take I-91 North through Massachusetts and into Vermont.
  • At White River Junction, take I-89 North, and follow it to Exit 9, Rt. 100 B, Middlesex/Moretown.
  • At the end of the ramp, turn left, and follow the signs to Rt. 100 B.
  • Follow Rt. 100 B South through Moretown Village.
  • When 100 B becomes Rt. 100 South, continue straight ahead and follow it south for about one mile.
  • You'll see our sign. Turn right onto North Fayston Road.
  • Follow North Fayston Road for three miles. You'll see our farm on the left.

Via N.Y. Thruway:

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  • Take the New York Thruway (I-87 North from New York City, or I-90 East from Buffalo) to Exit 24, Albany.
  • Beyond the tollbooth, stay right and take I-87 North.
  • Follow I-87 North to Exit 20, Rt. 149, Fort Ann.
  • Follow Rt. 149 East to U.S. Rt. 4.
  • Turn left onto U.S. 4 North and follow it into Vermont.
  • Stay on U.S. 4 East through Rutland and past Pico Ski Area.
  • Turn left onto Rt. 100 North.
  • Follow Rt. 100 North about 44 miles to Waitsfield.
  • About three miles past Waitsfield Village, you'll see our sign.
  • Turn left onto North Fayston Road.
  • Follow North Fayston Road for three miles. You'll see our farm on the left.

2½ hours from Montréal:

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  • Take Autoroute 10 East to Autoroute 35 South.
  • Autoroute 35 South becomes Route 133 South. Follow it into Vermont, where it becomes I-89 South.
  • Follow I-89 South past Burlington to Exit 10, Rt. 100, Waterbury/Stowe.
  • At the end of the ramp, bear right and follow Rt. 100 South.
  • At the stop sign, turn left and proceed through Waterbury Village.
  • Turn right onto Rt. 100 South, and go 7 miles to the intersection with
    Rt. 100 B.
  • Turn right and continue on Rt. 100 South for about one mile.
  • You'll see our sign. Turn right onto North Fayston Road.
  • Follow North Fayston Road for three miles. You'll see our farm on the left.

Local directions:

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From the south (Sugarbush, Mad River Glen, Warren, Fayston, Waitsfield)

  • Follow Rt. 100 North through Waitsfield Village.
  • About three miles past Waitsfield Village, you'll see our sign.
  • Turn left onto North Fayston Road.
  • Follow North Fayston Road for three miles. You'll see our farm on the left.

From the northwest (Stowe, Waterbury, Duxbury)

  • Follow Rt. 100 South to the intersection with Rt. 100 B.
  • Turn right and continue on Rt. 100 South for about one mile.
  • You'll see our sign. Turn right onto North Fayston Road.
  • Follow North Fayston Road for three miles. You'll see our farm on the left.

From the northeast (Barre, Montpelier, Middlesex, Moretown)

  • Take I-89 or U.S. 2 to Rt. 100 B in Middlesex.
  • Follow Rt. 100 B South through Moretown Village.
  • When 100 B becomes Rt. 100 South, continue straight ahead and follow it south for about one mile.
  • You'll see our sign. Turn right onto North Fayston Road.
  • Follow North Fayston Road for three miles. You'll see our farm on the left.

By Air

Burlington International Airport is about an hour northwest of us, off I-89. It has direct flights from New York (JFK and LaGuardia), Newark, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. (National and Dulles).

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