The original Gunstock chairlift development was located on Mount Rowe. This single chairlift serviced ski area was eventually phased out when two double chairlifts were installed to the Gunstock Mountain summit. Some of the old trails are still visible today.
Gunstock underwent a significant capital improvement plan in the 1980s with the installation of the Tiger Triple, the Summit Triple (replacing the two summit double chairlifts), and the Ramrod Quad.
In 2003 a high speed detachable quad chairlift was installed to the summit. The Summit Triple chairlift was moved, replacing the Pistol Double Chairlift.
Snow tubing is also available on certain nights.
Gilford: Officials of the Belknap County-run Gunstock Mountain Resort are considering bringing in private investors to turn the aging facility into a first-class four-season destination with the hopes that such financial backing would put it in a better position to compete with other top New England resorts, the Laconia Citizen has reported.(NEWS & ANALYSIS: in brief)(Brief article)
Nov 09, 2007; Gilford: Officials of the Belknap County-run Gunstock Mountain Resort are considering bringing in private investors to turn the...