The View From Aspen Gay Ski Week

Dudes, divas, drag queens and celebrities hit the slopes!

Logo hit the slopes this week as it hosts Aspen Gay Ski Week, the oldest continuously running LGBT ski event on Earth.

All week long, we’ve been sipping cocoa and spilling tea with Margaret Cho, Michael Urie, Candis Cayne and many other talented folk.

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We’ve also been getting tips on alpine drag from Katya, Ginger Minj, Alyssa Edwards, Ivy Winters and Bianca Del Rio. (Ginger says it’s so cold up here she doesn’t even have to tuck!)

And chilling with the #LogoSkiSquad—Max Emerson, Kingsley and ElloSteph.


Below, check out the view at Aspen Gay Ski Week, presented by Logo.

Tune into the New Now Next Honors, held at Aspen Gay Ski Week, on February 1 at 10pm only on Logo.

Bianca Del Rio and comic Brad Loekle take the stage at Bianca’s Comedy Cabaret at Belly Up


The View’s Michelle Collins even sang her school song!


Alyssa Edwards found the hot tub.


Is ElloSteph out of her element with Max Emerson. (Steph—we’d be more than happy to pinch hit!)


Kingsley loves his drag snowman.


Bianca and Candis Cayne picked one lucky audience member at Cocktails and Classics: To Wong Foo to get a sickening drag makeover. (Catch the special screening January 29 at 8pm!)


Mateo Lane gave Max Emerson some ski tips.


And then Max gave Mateo a lesson in shooting thirst-quenching Instagrams


Nico Tortorella looks damn patriotic.

God Bless America. Just a quick photo shoot w/ @nicotortorella before #NNNHonors nbd. #AspenGaySkiWeek #YASSSSSPEN

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But he and Kyle Krieger clearly don’t know how to build a snowman. (Not that we mind.)

Snowboarding 1 | Kyle 0 ..Hoping this helps. #AspenGaySkiWeek @nicotortorella

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Ivy Winters and the gorgeous dancers from Cirque du Soliel’s Zumanity.

We are fears with Ivy Winters#zumanity#cirquedusoleil#NNNHonors#logo2016#gayskiweek2016

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And two of our favorite ladies!

Dan Avery is a writer-editor who focuses on culture, breaking news and LGBT rights. His work has appeared in Newsweek, The New York Times, Time Out New York, The Advocate and elsewhere.