Extensive high-altitude cruising on wide, flattering slopes, Cervinia is the perfect choice for beginners and intermediates. It’s one of Europe’s most snow-sure resorts, too and summer skiing is possible on Plateau Rosa. Dominated by, and named after, Il Cervino (or Matterhorn) and nestling on the edge of a sunny and mainly gentle ski area, Cervinia is considered to be one of the Alps' most unique resorts, its location presenting innumerable slopes to suit all abilities in two countries - Italy and Switzerland. The village of Cervinia is compact and hosts a range of activities to enjoy during the après ski hours.
At a Glance
Snow: high slopes ensure good snow conditions from early to late season Green Slopes Lift system: a modern lift system should be in place for the season Apres Ski: Cervinia’s nightlife is friendly, with a handful of pleasant cocktail bars and discos Families: There are ski and snowboard schools with children’s classes available, as well as two kindergartens – one ski, one non-ski Other activities: ice-climbing, night-skiing, heli-skiing, parapente and snowmobiling