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The Weather in Quechee
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Quechee with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 12°. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is September.
Hike at the gorge near your vacation home in Quechee, Vermont
Offering unbelievably pristine alpine ski slopes along with vast wilderness, Quechee, Vermont, is an ideal spot for a vacation home. Paddle the Ottauquechee River and learn about nature at the Vermont's dedicated institute.
Quechee culture and nature
The Vermont Institute of Natural Science is located in Quechee. There's an amazing nature camp at the center, which young naturalists will love. You can also discover ice age mammals in the meadow exhibit, wander an indoor forest, and watch live raptor shows.
What could be more true to the indigenous heritage of Quechee than a canoe tour followed by fishing lessons on the tranquil Ottauquechee River? At Wilderness Trails and the Vermont Fishing School, you can embrace the traditional culture and idyllic surroundings of your vacation home simultaneously.
Winter wonderlands and molten class
Quechee Ski Hill is perfect for families with small children learning to ski and snowboard. There are horse-drawn sleigh rides, along with a chairlift from the base lodge to the summit with fabulous views on the way down. Why not sign up for lessons and hone your skills?
You'll be transfixed by the sight of molten glass being pulled and twirled by master glassblowers at the Route 4 Glassblowing Studio in Quechee. Watch masters at work and purchase one of their shimmering creations as a memento of your Vermont getaway.
The Quechee Gorge stands at a dramatic 160 feet. This naturally vertiginous land formation cuts an impressive figure, with the river swirling beneath. Why not hike the trails around the gorge, and then gorge yourself on a delicious lunch at one of the restaurants close by? Don't miss Quechee's covered bridge on your way.
Explore the leafy wilderness that is Quechee State Park, which boasts a vast trail system and superb fishing spots. Pitch some balls at the baseball diamond, or grill your catch as the sun sets.
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