Vermont Toll Roads | Calculate Toll Prices

Discover all of the toll roads in Vermont, making it simple to plan your road trip in Vermont. Click on the toll road below and learn the costs, distance and where each toll road is in Vermont. 

VT Toll Roads FAQs

How do I pay Vermont tolls?

You can only use cash to pay tolls on Mount Equinox Skyline Drive, Burke Mountain toll road and Mt. Mansfield toll road.

How do I pay a missed toll in Vermont?

As you must pay tolls at manned toll booths using cash, it’s not possible to miss a toll in Vermont.

What happens if I don't pay a toll in Vermont?

You must pay tolls in cash at a manned toll booth in order to access the toll roads in Vermont.

How do I pay Stowe tolls?

If you use the Mt. Mansfield toll road you will need to pay with cash.

How much are tolls in Vermont?

Use of the tolls roads costs $20 to $40 per vehicle depending on the day and number of passengers.

Is E-ZPass accepted in Vermont?

There is no electronic toll payment in Vermont. You must pay tolls with cash.

Toll Roads in Vermont

Mt. Equinox Skyline Drive


On which roads Skyline Drive off Vermont Route 7A
Connecting cities Manchester to the summit of Mt. Equinox
Toll cost for Cars $20.00 plus $5.00 extra per passenger
Truck toll cost Trucks are prohibited on this toll road
Length of the toll road 5.2 miles
How to pay With cash at the toll booth
Discounts None

How and When to Use the Mt. Equinox Skyline Drive

Mt. Equinox Skyline Drive connects Vermont Route 7A to the top of Mt. Equinox, the highest peak in the Taconic mountain range. It is meant mostly for tourists looking for a scenic view at the top of the summit, and trucks are not allowed on this road. Before you use the toll road, you need to stop at the Skyline Drive Welcome Center to pay and get a token to use the road. Cars pay $20.00 and motorcycles $12.00. The toll road is open from 9 am to 4 pm daily and tolls are collected when the road is open.  

Burke Mountain toll road


On which roads The Burke Mountain toll road is off Mountain Road at Burke Mountain ski area
Auto toll cost Cars pay $5.00 per vehicle, and an all-day access pass costs $15.00 per vehicle.
Truck toll cost The rate for trucks is also $5.00 and an all-day access pass is $15.00.
Length of the toll road 1.1 miles
How to pay Cash only at the toll road gate
Discounts None

How and when to use the Burke Mountain toll road

The Burke Mountain toll road connects the Burke Mountain Campground to the summit of Burke Mountain. The road is intended for those staying at the campground and those who want great views of the surrounding mountains. You will pay in cash at the gate at the entrance of the toll road, which is open daily from 8 am until 8 pm, weather permitting. Tolls are collected when the road is open, and no access is provided to the road outside of these hours for safety reasons. 

Mt. Mansfield toll road


On which roads Mt. Mansfield toll road connects with Mountain Road, aka, Highway 108
Connecting cities Stowe to the summit of Mt. Mansfield
Auto toll cost The rate is $26.00 plus an extra $9.50 per passenger.
Truck toll cost Trucks are unable to use this toll road for safety reasons.
Length of the toll road 4.5 miles
How to pay By credit card at the entrance to the toll road. Cash is not accepted.
Discounts None

How and when to use Mt. Mansfield toll road

This toll road connects the town of Stowe to the summit of Mt. Mansfield. The road is mainly used by tourists looking for a scenic drive and it provides an incredible view of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. The road also provides access to picnic spots and hiking trails. The toll road is open, weather-permitting, daily from the end of May to the end of October between the hours of 9:30 am and 4:30 pm. Tolls are collected when the road is open. Access to the toll road is prohibited outside of these hours. For safety reasons, no trucks or motorcycles are allowed on this scenic toll road.