The halfway point between Michigan (MI) and Vermont (VT) is:

Buffalo, New York

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Halfway between Michigan and Vermont

The best city between Michigan and Vermont to meet is Buffalo, New York which is about 23 miles from the exact midpoint.

The town that marks the exact halfway point is actually Pembroke, New York.

The closest zip code to the midpoint is 14038.

The exact latitude and longitude coordinates are 42° 59' 23" N and 78° 26' 40" W.

The total driving distance from Michigan to Vermont is 747 miles or 1 202 kilometers.

Each person would then have to drive about 374 miles to meet in the middle.

It will take about 7 hours and 14 minutes for each driver to arrive at the meeting point.

For a flight, the straight line geographic midpoint coordinates are 43° 50' 55" N and 78° 40' 8" W.

The city at the geographic halfway point from Michigan to Vermont is Somerset, New York.

Buffalo, New York

City: Buffalo
State: New York
Country: United States
Category: cities

Michigan (MI)

State: Michigan
Country: United States
Category: states

Vermont (VT)

State: Vermont
Country: United States
Category: states

Halfway point calculator

Travelmath helps you figure out the midpoint between two locations based on the driving directions from each starting point. You can find the closest town that is an equal distance from two cities. Use this tool to determine the best city to meet, or to look for interesting stops along the way if you're planning a long road trip and you need to take a break or stay overnight. Search for hotels at the midpoint city to split up your drive, or explore other nearby cities and discover local towns on your trip. If you're meeting a friend halfway in-between, you can figure out how far each person has to drive and how long it will take to arrive at the center. Even if you're separated by water, you can still calculate the straight line geographic midpoint to determine the closest flight distance.