DescriptionA scenic portion of Quechee Gorge, Vermont's Little Grand Canyon, lies west of Quechee (pronounced KWEE-chee). The bridge on US 4 that spans the gorge 165 feet above the Ottauquechee River provides a good view of this natural spectacle. A covered bridge leads into this small village, known in the 19th century for its busy woolen mills.
Visitor InfoWhite River Junction Welcome Center 100 Railroad Row WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VT 05001. Phone:(802)281-5050
ShoppingThe Mill, 1760 Quechee Main St., is a complex of shops including Simon Pearce Glass, where visitors can observe the glass-blowing process. The Fat Hat Clothing Company, 1 Quechee Main St., sells clothing. Quechee Gorge Village, on Woodstock Road at Quechee Gorge, offers antiques, arts and crafts, seasonal miniature steam train rides, an antique carousel and a Cabot Creamery tasting center, one of only two in the state.
Things to SeeVermont Institute of Natural Science