Vermont Nature July 16, 2019
The Deep Green Gorge In Vermont That Feels Like Something Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale
Some spots in Vermont exude a kind of serene splendor, and this emerald gorge is definitely one of those places. Tucked away in the wilderness, this green valley is just the spot for your next natural getaway. Here’s what you need to know.
Quechee Gorge is one of those places that many Vermonters may have heard about but never visited themselves. It’s time to change that.
Fed by the Ottauquechee River, this gorge is located in a stunning park and offers breathtaking views. It’s just begging to be explored from above and below.
It’s really hard to appreciate the scale of this place until you get down into the gorge itself. It’s then that you realize just how massive this spot really is. At 165 feet deep, it's the deepest in Vermont.
The rich emerald color of this place makes it worthy of a million photographs. Wear sturdy shoes with plenty of grip if you intend on hiking down and around the gorge.
The bridge across Quechee Gorge offers some spectacular views of the rushing water below and the beautiful foliage all around. It’s a particularly stunning vantage point the fall.
All around you, the sound of moving water and rustling leaves makes this spot truly magical. It’s worth a visit in every season.
Stop by the Quechee Gorge for a peek into one of Vermont’s most enchanting green spaces. You’ll be so glad you did.
You can find driving directions to the Quechee Gorge by clicking
here. For more of the best natural spots to explore in Vermont, check out some of our favorites here.