GILFORD, New Hampshire — With a great season coming to a close, and certainly a difficult economy, Gunstock Fuels Your Passion with by keeping the price for season passholders the same as last year. Additionally, Seniors will be given a break with pricing the same as Children. The unlimited season passes will be just $329.00 for Adults and Teens(13-64) Seniors(65+) and Children(6-12) will be just $219. Pass quantities are limited, and this price can expire before the May 3rd deadline.
“The skiing and riding this year has been tremendous and our pass family responded to the pricing in record numbers this year. With the addition of our new Season Pass and Group Sales Center, more Passholder events and great benefits from local merchants the pass value is greater than ever. At these prices, everyone in the family can come out and play”, says Bill Quigley, director of Marketing and Sales. “We look at it as our own stimulus package to make sure that people continue to come out and play.
“This is one of the best values in New England.” says Greg Goddard, Gunstock’s General Manager. “After the May 3rd deadline the rates will significantly increase, there are no blackout dates on this pass, so get them while they are hot.” Passes are on sale now online, by phone or visiting Gunstock.
Although not as much snow as last year, the weather has been perfect with only a couple of freeze and thaw cycles, which made for powder and packed powder most of the ear. Pick your Season/Pick your Passion, Gunstock is close to everything, 90 minutes from Boston, Perfect grooming, Great snowmaking, New Hampshire’s longest tubing run and world class cross country skiing are just some of the reasons to come up to the shores of Lakes Winnipesaukee, and enjoy skiing and riding at Gunstock.
Gunstock, located in Gilford New Hampshire, is one of the state’s largest recreation areas. The first ski area in New England to have a chairlift, Gunstock boasts 1400 feet of vertical, over 220 acres of skiing, and 300 campsites during the summer, spectacular views of the Lake Winnipesaukee at every turn. It is also the host of major events such as the HillClimb during Laconia Bike week, The Lakeside Living Show, RibFest, CraftFest, Soulfest, and the TimberMan Triathlon.