Living on Gile Hill you are closer to friends, closer to downtown, closer to the renowned music and art at Dartmouth College, closer to excellent shopping and restaurants in downtown Hanover – closer to the good things in life.
Offering convenience and proximity, Gile Hill is also your sanctuary. Its forested drives and walkways welcome you home. Nature, work, and recreation are all nearby. It’s a commute without the compromise. Isn’t this the balance you’re seeking in your life?
Outdoor recreation abounds at Gile Hill. Moments from your door is the trailhead to Indian Ridge and the Connecticut River Valley. Go hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or take a walk in your wooded backyard.
Less than an hour’s drive from Gile Hill, is world-class skiing, backcountry hiking, kayaking, canoeing, mountain and rock climbing and more outdoor activities. And should you have the urge for a few days of urban fun, Boston and New York are a quick drive away from the weekend traffic heading north.
Indian Ridge Trail is an easy hike with a scenic overlook of Dartmouth and the Connecticut River.
Boston Lot Lake Mountain Bike Trail is a mix of singletrack, doubletrack and fire road trails with some slab rock and a few rock gardens. Connects with Indian Ridge Trail.
Appalachian Trail (13.9 miles in Hanover) - The trail comes into Hanover over Ledyard Bridge and goes through town to the DC athletic fields—approximately 1.5 miles from Gile Hill.
Additional Local Outdoor Resources: The Hanover Conservation Commission, the Upper Valley Trails Alliance and the Dartmouth Outing Club o0ffer descriptions and maps of the area’s extensive system of trails and natural areas.
Alpine Skiing Resorts Within 0-2 Hours of Gile Hill:
- Mount Sunapee (30 mi from Gile Hill)
- Ascutney Mountain Resort (29 mi)
- Killington (39 mi)
- Suicide Six (25 mi)
- Whaleback Mountain (8 mi)
- Loon Mountain (59 mi)