The Quechee Gorge is a popular tourist attraction in Quechee, Vermont. We have stopped here several times to check out the scenery, and it never disappoints!
LOCATION & PARKING
The Quechee Gorge is located along US Route 4 in Quechee, Vermont. Take exit 1 off I-89 to Route 4/Woodstock Road.
Enjoy free parking and restrooms at the Quechee Gorge Visitor Center, and walking distance to the gorge viewing bridge.
The gorge is 165 feet deep, and it is the deepest gorge in Vermont. It is a very popular tourist attraction and nicknamed Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon.
The Ottauquechee River flows through the bottom of the gorge. You can view the gorge from the viewing bridge on Route 4 and from the trails on both sides of the gorge.
WHAT TO DO IN QUECHEE
- Quechee Gorge
- Vermont Institute of Natural Science
- Quechee Gorge Village Vermont Antique Mall
- Quechee Bridge
- Simon Pearce Mill
- Vermont Toy Museum
Quechee, Vermont is also home of the Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival!! This past September we were lucky enough to attend the festival and we had a great time! To read more about our festival experience, click here. To learn more about the 2022 festival, click here!
Vermont is such a great place to explore, and Quechee is one of those quaint, small towns you shouldn’t miss!
Have you been to Quechee? Leave us a comment about your experience and adventures!