Gunstock Ski Club: At Gunstock Ski Club (GSC), skiing is viewed as a life long sport. Their primary goal is to foster a love of skiing within athletes, and in the process, their athletes learn how to ski race. GSC is a USSA and NHARA sanctioned race-training program for athletes age 6 to 20. Training takes place out of their clubhouse facility at Gunstock Mountain Resort. GSC is a non-profit organization that derives its operating funds from training fees charged to participating families as well as through three major fundraising events. The club was established in 1918 as the Winnipesaukee Ski Club, and is one of the oldest organized ski clubs in New Hampshire. Members are from local communities, as well as all corners of New England.
The Gunstock Freestyle Association (GFA) is a non-profit seasonal coaching program for young individuals wanting to improve their freestyle skiing or riding skills. They offer intimate small group coaching while also working individually with each rider. They establish a plan for the season and work to help each athlete achieve their specific goals. Through professional analysis and proper coaching, combined with a positive and progressive learning environment, GFA leaves each rider satisfied with their progress, while ensuring they had a great time in the process. They help grow the sport of freestyle skiing and riding by nurturing enthusiasm and cultivating skill.
Gunstock Nordic Association: Gunstock Nordic Association (GNA) is a non-profit organization based at Gunstock Mountain Resort in Gilford, N.H. Their mission is to promote Nordic skiing and ski jumping by providing quality coaching and top-notch facilities—all in a safe, respectful and encouraging environment. GNA has been the premier training organization in Central N.H. for jumping and cross-country skiing since 1937. Annually, GNA hosts local, state, and national competitions on Gunstock's cross-country ski trails. GNA skiers compete in Nordic events throughout New England during the winter months, and many attend training camps at GNA and around the world during the summer and fall seasons.
Lakes Region Disabled Sports: Lakes Region Disabled Sports (LRDS) is a non-profit program providing recreation and fitness for individuals with disabilities in a safe, supportive, independent, and fun environment at Gunstock Mountain Resort. LRDS aspires to promote understanding and acceptance without limitations or boundaries for individuals with disabilities. Their instructors and volunteers are trained to work with the diverse abilities of students and love instilling a passion for winter sports. Each year they provide hundreds of lessons for individuals with physical, sensory, cognitive and learning challenges. Passes and Courtesies extended to Para-Athletes: Para-Athletes coming to Gunstock will be eligible for certain discounts with proper documentation either on file or provided at the time of service. These purchases can be made through theTicket Office/Welcome Center. View additional information in Gunstock's Lessons section.
Live Like Doug: The Live like Doug Education Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering interest in people, in environmental awareness, conservation, stewardship and the use of the outdoor environment for healthy mental and physical enjoyment.
Alpine Church is a non-profit, non-denominational outdoor experiential church offering services at Gunstock Mountain Resort. "At Alpine Church we believe we are to love God, take care of eachother, and care for and enjoy creation. And we get to do that while coming together to participate in the variety of activities we love as an outdoor community. We are an extension of Lakes Region Vineyard Church in Laconia New Hampshire, part of the Vineyard Movement." The Vineyard family of churches is an international community committed to expressing the love and grace of God in our communities in authentic ways.