Arosa Gay Ski Week postponed until 2022
Due to the COVID-19 situation, and as a result of the measures taken by the Federal Council, as well as various international regulations, the Arosa Gay Ski Week is unfortunately forced to cancel the 2021 edition, which was planned from 23rd to 30th January.
After extensive discussions with its partners and team members, the organisation has decided to postpone the event to January 2022, considering the current situation of insecurity, and the various health measures due to the pandemic, which will not allow a satisfying program in January 2021. The safety of their guests has always been paramount, and they wouldn’t like to expose anyone [to COVID] during an event.
The Arosa Gay Ski Week team have this to say:
“Indeed, besides the financial risk for our non-profit organisation, the Arosa Gay Ski Week is an LGBTQ+ event, with many loyal regulars as well as new participants, from more than 30 countries. What makes our week unique is the opportunity to meet, socialise, and have fun during the many events on offer, in addition to the winter sports activities.
We do have some good news however!
The ski season 2020/21 will start as planned in the Swiss resorts at the beginning of December, in compliance with all health and safety measures. All of our partner hotels will be open, and prepared to welcome guests wishing to ski or snowboard on the slopes of Arosa & Lenzerheide.
We have therefore prepared packages for our regular guests, including hotel rooms and ski passes, at the best possible rates. Bookings can be made from now on securely on our website.
For peace of mind, all bookings can be cancelled, free of charge, up to 15 days prior to arrival, and all payments will be 100% refunded”.
Offers for January 2021
“While we look forward to seeing all our regular guests and new participants in 2022, the Arosa Gay Ski Week team wishes you a safe and happy 2021 winter season.”