Mountain Sports

Gunstock is chock-full of endless outdoor adventures! From our peaceful trails and scenic views to our exciting recreational opportunities, there is something for everyone. Let our guides introduce you to some of the hidden natural treasures at Gunstock Mountain Resort.

Customize Your Retreat

Is your team, group, or organization of 5+ people looking for a retreat? Let Gunstock’s expert facilitators build a custom program to fit your needs. Call 603.293.4341 ext.193 to learn more and schedule your retreat.

Glamp-Packing

Let Gunstock's guides do the planning while you relish the experience of an overnight stay in a tree tent! Groups are welcome. Guests can experience their own tree tent village with friends and family. 

Natural History Carriage Rides

Take a relaxing country carriage ride around the grounds of Gunstock, pulled by friendly and majestic horses! Learn fun facts about Gunstock's rich history and how it came to be a popular 4-season outdoor recreation spot. Check out the surrounding flora and fauna and learn about the thriving ecosystem right here at the mountain!

Guided Hikes

There are hundreds of hikeable acres around the resort. Our guides can introduce you, your family, and your loved ones to some of the best gems on the trails. From historical sites to local flora and fauna, they will share their knowledge with you to bring your hiking excursions to the next level.

Yoga

Breathe… elevate your mood, relax your body, and bring a little more peace to your existence. Check out the Gunstock yoga classes which vary based on the season and weather: Mountaintop, Lakeside, and Yurt. Register online to ensure availability. Visit our events calendar for specific dates and times.

Joring & Canicross

Take a lesson with one of our experienced instructors where you and your dog will learn the techniques, calls, skills and safety components of the sport.  All dogs and humans welcome!  Call 603.293.4341 ex188 to learn more and schedule your lesson.

  • Joring is the Norwegian word for “driving” or “pulling”. And dog joring is just that – having your dog pull you along, whether you’re skiing (skijoring) or biking (bikejoring).
  • Canicross is the sport of cross country running with your dog. The runner wears a waist belt, the dog wears a specifically designed harness and the two are joined by a line.