Fall may have arrived but that’s no reason to stay at home when there are still so many year round destinations and cold weather activities to join. If you’re a reader of our blog then you know we love gay prides, LGBT parties & events and winter sports. So what better way to celebrate than to attend a gay ski week – our absolute favorite winter activity! We’re excited to announce that we’ll be heading to the Swiss Alps and attending Arosa Gay Ski Week.…so why not join us there?
Arosa Gay Ski Week is among the largest and longest running LGBT ski weeks in Europe and it’s open to all whether you’re a ski pro or a beginner.
Date, Location, Cost
Join us at Arosa Ski Resort in the stunning Swiss Alps for a week long of fun and activities from January 21st – 28th. You can come for the whole week or just a few days for a quick escape.
You can purchase party and activity passes starting from 90 CHF (€83) for the weekend events or 190 CHF (€175) for the whole week. Passes include entrance to official activities, events and parties. Accommodation, lift passes and equipment rental are seperate with entry level packages starting at €400. On a super tight budget but still want to experience all the fun? You can join all-in with a basic budget package for just CHF 650 (€595) including 7 nights accommodation, breakfast, Event Pass and ski pass for 6 days!
Arosa Gay Ski Week is one of the biggest LGBT winter sports events in Europe with more than 600 participants from 30 countries. They host many new events each year and since the slopes of Lenzerheide have been connected to those of Arosa, you can now enjoy an even more impressive ski area of 225 km of fantastic ski and snowboard runs. They host great parties and unforgettable events including a wide range of activities for everyone. There are daily events ranging from a classical concert, to sunbathing at the Tschuggen hut, not to mention Apres Ski social events, pool and disco parties! Come with a group or come alone and meet new friends.
In addition to the fantastic line up of activities and events, you can spend your time skiing or snowboarding on some of the greatest slopes in Europe.
Where to Stay?
You won’t want to miss a moment of the fun and excitement at Arosa gay ski week. Location and convenience are important factors in choosing a place to rest your head while traveling. There are plenty of options for various budgets ranging from hotels to apartments at the Arosa village. We’ll be staying at Hotel Vetter, where we can literally stumble slightly hungover to the ski lift at the front door. It’s also just 2 minutes from the station making the transfer seamless.
So why not dust off those ski boats or even try it for the first time if you’re a beginner?!
See you on the slopes!
Check out our YouTube video from Arosa Gay Ski Week 2017 here!
Note: Our trip is being provided by Arosa Gay Ski Week, Arosa and Swiss Tourism. As always, rest assured all opinions are 100% our own and we don’t sacrifice our integrity for a sponsorship. Featured image via Arosa Gay Ski Week.