Here are a few of our favourites, many of which include special offers when you book direct with Whiski Jack Resorts. Featuring winery dinners, grand tastings, culinary workshops and more. Call to book. Whistler is proud to host the annual Whistler Pride and Ski Festival, one of the biggest and best gay and lesbian ski weeks in North America. The LGBTQI pride week features a packed events schedule of skiing, snowboarding, parties, arts and culture and social events. May is the month when summer and winter meet — with locals near and far enjoying snow sports, golf, biking and water sports all enjoyed on a single day.
Out on the slopes
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It also can be listed as one of the most gay-friendly ski areas worldwide. With its more than km ski and snowboard runs on the four ski areas Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass, it offers a variety of skiing and snowboarding terrain. If you are a fan of cross-country skiing, snowshoe, and winter hiking, the Ski area of Aspen offers all trails in the Elk Mountains of Colorado. The Ski Area Arosa in Switzerland is one of the most gay-friendly Ski areas in the Alps with rainbow flags swaying all winter long. Since the year , the 7-days event is offering world-class entertainment in the Swiss mountains on its km slopes full of snow, skiing, and fun for more than lesbian and gay winter sports fans from over 30 different countries. See you on the slope during Arosa Gay Ski Week!
Gay Ski Weeks 2016
The season where Whistler gets queer and loves it. This is the seventh year in a row Whistler has had it going on and numbers keep swelling. Out On The Slopes is the company that organizes and promotes Altitude. Years later it has built up into a gay ski week to match the calibre of the Aspen extravaganza, which has been going for 20 years. Circumstances conspired to give Whistler's reputation a turbo boost when anti-gay legislation in Colorado prompted a massive boycott of the state.
The DJ is whipping almost 1, bare-chested men into a frenzy on the dancefloor. For once, however, a gay rave is in danger of being upstaged by its venue - we're in the Roundhouse, a restaurant complex perched at 6,ft amid the snowy peaks and a minute gondola ride above the Canadian resort of Whistler. When the music and mass of male flesh gets too hot, the setting provides the most dramatic chill-out space: a terrace with a sweeping panorama of moonlit, snow-blasted mountains and an ocean of pure, icy alpine air.