Ready for your best winter holiday?

Alegra in Arosa!

Since 2005, the Arosa Gay Ski Week has become one of the best LGBT winter vacation events in Europe. The resort offers a unique combination of skiing and entertainment in one of Switzerland’s most beautiful mountain villages. Be assured that we will do our utmost to meet your every need and ensure that you have the vacation of your dreams.

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Our Team

is at your disposal all week and is there to guide you not only on the slopes (for skiing and snowboarding), but also in giving you all the information you need and ensuring you have a fantastic time.


Whether you’ve been coming for years or are joining us for the first time, we’ve made it easy for you to plan your trip by following the steps below.

    • AGSW 2024 will be held from January 18 – 25.
    • We have rooms and apartments to suit all budgets. Contact us if you can’t find an accommodation matching your desire.
    • Best option is to book a package where everything is included: room + ski pass + event pass.
    • If you already have an accommodation, you can buy your event pass in January
    • Discounted lift tickets are on sale on our shop. The earlier you book the lower your price!

Arosa has over 300 days of sunshine a year, so it won’t always be cold. Expect a mix of sun and snow during your trip. It may be cool outside, so bring a warm coat or jacket…but it will likely be warm inside, so you won’t need that heavy alpine sweater your dying to bring. Not saying that you can’t bring it, but if you wear it to dinner or dancing, you will be sweating.

You can wear jeans almost anywhere in Arosa, the dress is mostly casual. You can also dress to the nines if you like. We have also fancy stores to shop for that trendy coat or top if you forget anything. What we don’t have, however, is a good store where you can buy underwear or socks!

Please don’t forget:

  • your personal skiing/snowboarding gear (skis, boots, jacket, pants, gloves, goggles, sunglasses, hat, helmet, etc)
  • good winter boots for walking around town with a lug sole, so you don’t slip. We have snow on the streets at all times
  • swimwear for the ·ES· pool party
  • white dress code for the white snow ball farewell party
  • some other sexy clothes for the other parties
  • some drag queen stuff if you want to participate to the drag queen race (it’s fun and there is a fab first prize!)
  • some nice clothing for the classical concert (take a sweater to the church)
  • all the rest you need for a fantastic winter holiday… a good mood and uplifted spirits!

Arosa is situated on a wide sunny plateau in the middle of the Swiss Alps at an altitude of about 1800 meters. The tradition-rich holiday resort is easily accessible by road or train with quick and hourly transfers from Zurich Airport. Find out more about how you travel to Arosa by scrolling down the page  Getting to Arosa.

Do you remember your first time? We do! The thrills, excitement, and rush of something new awaits, and we’re here to help guide you the entire way.
Come and see us at the Welcome and Info Desk at Arosa Tourism when you arrive. We’ll be happy to answer any questions and plan a fantastic stay in Arosa.

  1. The Event Pass is your key to the week. You’ll get access to the action: all of the activities and parties that make AGSW such a blast. It will also enable you to take advantage of our exclusive discounts.
  2. Half the fun at Arosa Gay Ski Week happens on the slopes and between the sheets! First things first: book your stay. We have a wide variety of accommodation, many exclusive for our guests, catering for all wallets. Best is to book a package, including hotel, lift ticket and event pass. Then you get everything when check-in, on arrival in Arosa.
  3. You can book your Lift Pass, Ski/Board Equipment Hire, Ski/Board School, Themed Dinners with us.
  4. Start making friends on our social media pages. Find old friends or new ski buddies before you even get to Arosa. Be sure to stay up to date with news on our official Facebook page. or Instagram

We have a large number of solo travelers attending each year. The possibilities to make new friends are endless, all in a relaxed pressure free environment.

  • The resort boasts some of the friendliest staff around and we are more than proud of our team and the service they provide. The Snow Hosts will be taking groups all week and guide you on the slopes to ensure that you have a fantastic time with us. After all, we want you to come back!
  • You’ll also meet other guests at our renowned après-ski, friendship dinners, pool, ice-skating and disco parties!
  • We have continual feedback from solo travellers who’ve enjoyed the experience and ended up leaving with a large international network of friends.
  • You can join our Facebook Group before or after booking, and converse with past guests and future guests.

Whether it’s your first time or you’ve been attending for a while: you will have the opportunity to meet lesbians who want to share the fun of winter sports and the beauty of a charming mountain resort. Even if in the last years we didn’t have many lesbians joining, we hope that in the future a growing number of women will ski, mix and party with us. All our events during the week are mixed and welcomes the entire LGBTIQ community. Some of our DJs and artists are lesbian and we offer ski guiding with women guides for those who enjoy skiing in a lady group. Whatever your mood of the day, you will certainly have fun during the week!

  • There is just as much, if not more fun to be had as a beginner then there is an expert.
  • Our exclusive ski school teachers will be happy to help you learn the basics, improve your technique or pick up some epic new tricks.
  • Ski bums and snowboarders can discover the vast ski area in groups with our ski hosts.
  • There will always be other customers of a similar level meaning the experience will be shared and lots of fun had.

If you prefer walking, sledging or hiking, the resort maintains groomed walking trails, which means you can take advantage of the cosy huts and meet up with your friends who are indulging in sports on the slopes.

  1. Buy a pedestrian pass and jump on a gondola to the top of Weisshorn or Hörnli.
  2. Book a tandem flight.
  3. Go snowshoeing or ski-touring.
  4. Go to the gym.
  5. Visit the Pools at Faern Altein.
  6. Visit a spa for some relaxation.
  7. Have long lunches on sunny terraces.
  8. Learn nordic skiing – you might just like it!
    • For the après-ski, evenings and nights there’s a fully packed event programme for you to enjoy through out the entire week. Visit our events page to find out more.

Friendship Dinners, the mountain hut dinner and the night sledging fondue night can be booked on arrival the Saturday in Arosa at our Welcome Desk at Arosa Tourism.

Ski bums and snowboarders can discover the vast ski area with our hosted groups.

  • You’ll find all details here

Skis, boards and helmet  can be rent at our partners shops on arrival in Arosa. You’ll find the list here.

If you like you can also rent your equipment online now >> to Intersport Arosa

Fast & easy


Arosa is located in Eastern Switzerland, between Davos and St. Moritz, in the canton of Graubünden. The resort is easily accessible by road or rail, with fast and hourly transfers from Zurich Airport.

By car take the motorway to CHUR and drive upward to Arosa in approx. 45 minutes on a narrow winding road. Make sure you stop at some of the scenic look-outs for photos and fresh mountain air. Winter tyres and snow chains are highly recommended. The ride up is impressive and you are greeted with a pretty chocolate box village. Arosa is less than 3 hours away from Zurich.

Travel - Access

By Rail

Take the Intercity Express train to CHUR. From there, the scenic Rhaetian Railway whisks you up to Arosa (trains run hourly). Some of the hotels will be happy to pick you up at the train station.

By Air

Fly to ZURICH International Airport. From there take the train to ZURICH HB and change for the Intercity train to CHUR with the connection to the Arosa train. It can’t be easier!

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    Verein Arosa GaySkiWeek
    Poststrasse 142
    7050 Arosa




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    +41 81 378 70 20
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    +41 21 566 70 20


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