Gunstock Ski and Ride Mountain
Route 11A - Gilford
Gunstock offers spectacular views of Lake Winnipesaukee, a friendly atmosphere and great skiing and riding all day and into the night, only 90 minutes from Boston. The Panorama high-speed detachable quad chairlift whisks skiers and snowboarders to the summit in just 6 minutes. For beginning skiers and riders Gunstock offers its nationally recognized "Mountain Magic" program. Gunstock offers all-inclusive nights, Gunstock Rocks Saturday Nights and Wall-to-Wall Wednesday Nights which include skiing, riding and tubing, all for one low price. The area also offers cross country skiing, snowshoeing and guided evening summit snowshoe hikes. Recent investments of over $11 million include a beginner quad-chairlift along with two new beginner trails. A number of ziplines and a 9-acre Aerial Treetop Adventure with 91 challenges offer a bird's eye view of the resort. Soar above the trees from peak to peak, and peak to base, travelling over 1.5 miles on the longest zip line canopy tour in the continental United States!
|Vertical Drop||Skiable Terrain||# of Trails||Novice||Intermediate||Expert||Glades||# of Lifts|
|1400 ft.||227 acres||55||12%||61%||27%||Yes||8|
|Services: Learn to ski or snowboard packages, group & private lessons, kids programs, child care, and ski, telemark ski & snowboard rentals.|
Cross Country Skiing
|Total Kilometers||# of Trails||Kilometers Skate Groomed||Backcountry||Snowmaking Coverage|
Thrill Hill Tubing Park
|5||1||Gunstock's Thrill Hill Tubing Park has the longest tubing run in New Hampshire - 1068 feet. The park is serviced by its own handle-tow lift. Sit comfortably in your tube as the lift pulls you to the top of the hill. Then choose from 1 of 4 chutes to slide down the hill. 42" height recomendation. Tubing tickets are sold in 2-hour time blocks.|
|50 Kilometers of trails||Gunstock's 50 kilometers of trail network offers a variety for all snowshoeing abilities.
For conditions, rates and hours please visit www.gunstock.com.
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