Quechee Travel Guide

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Quechee Overview

Quechee is an unincorporated resort town of about 656 located along US Highway 4 in Windsor County. Quechee started as a mill town and has now developed into a tourist center. There is one of the famous covered bridges of Vermont here. It was severely damaged by Hurricane Irene but has since been rebuilt. This is a pleasant and quaint little village.

One of the big attractions here is Quechee Gorge. Quechee Gorge was formed some 13,000 years ago as a glacier retreated at the end of the last ice age. It is 165 feet deep and is called "Vermont's Grand Canyon". With all due respect, their is NO comparison, although it is quite pretty.

Another place to see is Quechee Gorge Village which is a collection of interesting shops, a distillery, a diner/restaurant, and a couple of museums along with a few other attractions. Worth a stop when you are in the area.

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