Whistler Pride January 24 to 31 2015.
More than just a gay ski week.
Whistler Pride is an 8-day festival that combines Sports, Culinary, Wellness and spectacular Social and Cultural events.
With 8 days filled with over 60 events the energy and diversity of the festival is reflected in the calendar of events – click here to see festival and partner events happening throughout the week.
GayWhistler’s WinterPRIDE has a fresh new name as we get ready to celebrate the 23rd annual Gay Lesbian Ski/Snowboard week at the award-winning Whistler Blackcomb mountains.
Last year’s festival highlights video – 2014 – compliments of Outlook TV…
For up to the minute Whistler Pride & Ski Festival info check out the Facebook page.
Dining at Whistler Pride & Ski Festival
1. if its coffee you’re looking for to start your day, check out Whistler’s Best Coffee Spots
2. after your full day of activities and events on hill and off – it’s apres you need – here’s the Whistler locals top apres ski choices
What to Do at Whistler Pride
There’s as much to do in Whistler for non-skiers as for snowboarding and skiing fanatics, during the annual Winter Pride and Ski Festival. Everything from cooking classes and blow-out parties to Ziptrek ecotours and dog-sledding.
Gay ski week events kick off in Whistler on Sunday, January 25, where guests pick up information and can buy tickets at WinterPride’s hospitality center and Pride House inside the hip Aava Whistler Hotel.
Throughout the week there’s skiing, apres ski hobnobbing, dances and parties (including the always-packed Splash Pool Party and a rollicking cowboy party), and a number of events appealing to nonskiers: snowmobile tours, dog-sledding, dine-arounds, tubing, a Zipline eagle tour, wine tastings, cooking classes, and plenty more – check out all the events, including a January 28 concert this year by queer comic legend Margaret Cho.
For all of the events, activities, and parties held throughout the week you can buy tickets online.