The Quechee Gorge is located in Quechee, Vermont along U.S. Route 4. The gorge is 165 feet deep and is the deepest gorge in Vermont. It serves as a popular tourist attraction in Quechee State Park and can be viewed from the U.S. Route 4 bridge and from trails on both sides of the gorge. Many people from around New England flock to the gorge for the views. The Ottauquechee River flows through the bottom of the gorge and is a popular whitewater kayak run.
|Taftsville Covered Bridge (3 miles)|
Sugarbush Farm (3.4 miles)
Sleepy Hollow Farm (5.2 miles)
Billings Farm and Museum (5.4 miles)
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park (6.6 miles)
|Camp Plymouth State Park (18.2 miles)|
Killington Ski Resort (19.4 miles)
Buttermilk Falls (21.2 miles)
Sculptured Rocks Natural Area (28 miles)
Profile Falls (34.1 miles)
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Quechee Gorge, Hartford, Vermont 05001
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