Quality Inn at Quechee Gorge
5817 Woodstock Rd.
Quechee, VT 05059
Phone: (802) 295-7600
Fax: (802) 295-1492
Skiing on groomed trails overlooking Quechee Gorge and waterfalls, guided tours and lessons, casting a fly in a clear Vermont trout stream, biking, kayaking, canoeing, river floating and more can be arranged by calling Wilderness Trails.
All tours include great cycling or walking at your own pace along carefully selected routes, lodging at wonderful country inns and hotels, delicious dinners and healthy breakfasts, a support van, assorted epiphanies and serendipities and more.
The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park offers visitors an opportunity to commune with nature in its pristine surroundings. Wooded paths meander under majestic trees while hillocks and vales weave an undulating landscape. Guided tours of Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion reveal the artistic adornments of the manor.
Situated in northern Hanover, the Ledyard Canoe Club is a reputed organization that provides locals and visitors with top class canoes to explore canoeing and kayaking across the river. The club also provides training and organizes various events all year round.
Usually frozen solid from December to April, the two-mile-long Lake Morey Ice Skating Trail in Vermont's Green Mountains is America's longest recreational ice skating trail. Located just off Interstate 91 at Exit 15 in Fairlee, Vermont, the Upper Valley Trails Alliance-maintained Lake Morey Ice Skating Trail runs the entire length of the lake, from the Hulbert Outdoor Center at the north end to the Lake Morey Resort in the south, passing the Montshire Skating Club's groomed racing oval.
Come and enjoy ice skating.
Located on 65 acres, the non-profit Green Mountain Horse Association was founded in 1926 and has become one of the leading competition and equestrian education sites in the United States. GMHA's facilities include permanent stabling for 160 horses, three sand rings, several grass riding areas, driving obstacles, a cross-country event course, meeting rooms, bathroom facilities, and a cafe.
Camping, picnics, swimming, tennis and hiking. Memberships available.
Nestled in the town of Enfield, the Whaleback Mountain is a skiing area. Offering something for everyone, it is fast gaining popularity amongst locals and tourists. Featuring 30 trails, three chair lifts and two terrain parks, you can enjoys skiing under the supervision of professionals. And, while taking in the surrounding sights and surpassing the ski slopes, the instructors ensure that safety guidelines and instructions are followed. Apart from that, promotional events, skiing races and contests are a regular feature here. That's not it, patrons can also host their next special party at the Whaleback Mountain. The efficient events planning team will assist you in conducting a successful and hassle-free event. For complete details, check website or call ahead.
This ski area offers beginners as well as expert skiing trails, thereby attracting tourists from all over. The Dartmouth Skiway promotes itself as a family-friendly and safe skiing area and certainly lives upto its image.
Nothing quite beats the feeling of playing in the snow. Relive your favorite childhood memories at Arrowhead Recreation Area. Located in Claremont, this ski area has a whole lot of fun for everyone, with terrains built for all levels and abilities. Some of the activities offered here include snowcat-serviced alpine skiing and lift-served tubing. The terrain is also lit for night operations. Skiing equipment is also available for rent at the recreation center. Lessons may also be booked on a first come, first served arrangement.
Outer Limits is one of the steepest and most difficult ski slopes in the East. This mogul slope boasts of a steep slope that is bound with obstacles such as sudden drops and trees. It is also a double black diamond run, meaning that it can only be attempted by the most experienced skiers. It can be accessed by taking the Bear Mountain quad.