: Interstates 89 and 91
: Quechee Club
: Quechee Club
: Simon Pearce, Parker House, Firestones
Quechee is located in central Vermont and features the famous Quechee Gorge; numerous hiking and horseback riding trails; the renowned Simon Pearce glass blowing facility, retail store and gourmet restaurant; Billings Farm museum and more. Killington, Okemo and Suicide Six ski areas are a short distance away, historic Woodstock, VT is 4 miles away, and Dartmouth College is 15 miles. The area provides great outdoor activities including golfing, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, canoeing, tennis and swimming in the summer, or cross country and downhill skiing, snowshoeing, and skating in winter. Renters have access to all Quechee Club amenities.
Other Activities: Use of all Quechee club amenities with fitness center, dining, kids club, etc.
Golf: Hurricane Irene effects update for summer 2012:
There will always be 18 holes open for play, and at times there will be 27 holes open.
The Quechee Lakes Lakeland Course will open holes 1-6 and 16-18 open mid-summer.
The Highlands course is fully open. In late summer (lateAug/Sept), the back 9 will close for work on the greens.
Ski: The Quechee Ski Hill has 12 trails, 3 lifts and 100 acres of terrain with 100% snowmaking. Trails are primarily beginner and intermediate, and there is also a Terrain Park. The base lodge has food, equipment rentals and a recreation center. Quechee is renown for its ski school, instructors and students returning year after year. An excellent family mountain for your child to learn to ski.
Killington is 25 miles west Quechee. It consists of 6 mountains, 140 trails, 70+ miles of terrain. An extensive lift network featuring two high-speed gondolas that service everything from groomed cruisers
Okemo is 40 miles from Quechee. It has 632 acres of terrain with 96% snowmaking and 119 trails divided equally among beginner, intermediate and advanced.
Suicide Six is 12 miles from Quechee. It offers 23 trails,great food, a full bar beside indoor/outdoor stone fireplaces, no crowds and the friendliest staff around. It's truly one of the most family-friendly ski areas in Vt.