The Quechee Club is the epitome of a four seasons recreational lifestyle.

QUECHEE, VERMONT: Over the course of American history, the free-flowing river running through The Quec­hee Club had 11 different names. It wasn’t until 1908 that the U.S. Board on Geographic Names settled on “Ot­tauguechee River” as the stream’s official designation.

“Although we are a two-hour drive from the Atlantic Ocean, water is omnipresent in our area,” cited Ken Lallier, property director at The Quechee Club. “Our New England hamlet was founded on ease of access to the river. In fact, local mills thrived and created a reputation for knitting baseball uniforms, in particular for the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. Today, Quechee Gorge is known as ‘Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon,’ and has become one of New England’s most popular natural wonders.”

A Four Seasons Lifestyle

The Quechee Club combines the best of summer and winter amenities, ranging from two Geoffrey Cornish designed courses to a family-friendly ski hill with two black diamond runs; a natatorium with lap lanes; the Lake Pinneo beach club with a sandy beach; and a racquet pavilion offering pickleball, squash, and platform tennis.

“With Lake Pinneo and a segment of the Ottauguec­hee River bisecting our golf courses, water views are al­ways nearby,” continued Lallier. “When The Quechee Club was established, 700 acres was placed into conser­vation easement allowing for passive recreation. With ample land to work with, our new mountain biking trails offer the bucolic scenery Vermont is famous for.”

What started as a weekend summer retreat has tran­sitioned into a family centric, year-round private commu­nity. “The pandemic only accelerated the demographic shift,” said Lallier. “The Quechee Club provides a certain calmness in a region surrounded by a sea of humanity, and we are one of the few clubs in the world that pairs both golf and skiing in a controlled access setting.”

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