Cervinia ski resort is located in Aosta Valley, Italy. With a peak elevation of 3,899m, it offers skiers and snowboarders an amazing 2,37 m vertical drop. It is Italy’s most snow-sure resort in the lee of what the Italians call Monte Cervino, better known to the rest of the world as the Matterhorn.
Cervinia ski resort is all about high-altitude. A skiing haven where you can feel the wind in your hair while you drink in the spectacular views. Interconnect with Zermatt you have access to Zermatt’s more challenging slopes. The ski area as whole is hugely varied with lots to offer all levels. Heliskiing is also on the menu. As well as a large array of other exciting snow activities and a fantastic snow park.
In total Cervinia ski resort offers 360 km of trails. 21% (77 km) of the total terrain ideal for beginners, 61% (220 km) suitable for intermediate skiers and 18% (63 km) for the more advanced and expert level skiers and snowboarders. This is all easily accessible with 54 ski lifts.
Nestling in a high sunny setting, and with a huge area of intermediate and easy skiing, Cervinia ski resort has it all. You won't find a better resort for those who like easy cruising in spring sunshine. Its high altitude means that top to bottom slopes are virtually guaranteed throughout the season. It’s also open for summer glacier skiing and snowboarding.
Cervinia ski resort offers a reasonable choice of other activities in addition to skiing. You can enjoy a public swimming pool and a natural ice rink. As well as a relatively lively après-ski scene, there are lots of shops to browse and great restaurants to try. For the more active, there are some sports and spa options too.