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An infinite snowy area that begins at 1,524 metres, in Valtournenche, embraces Breuil-Cervinia, rises up to 3,480 metres of Plateau Rosà, touches the 4,000 m peak of Piccolo Cervino, climbes up to 4,478 m to the top of the Cervino. An area where the...more
All reviews ski area intermediate skiers high winds off piste red runs great slopes wide pistes ski holiday ski pass great resort tree line chalet etoile groomed slopes beautiful scenery lift queues skiing experience fresh snow
I just came back from an excellent ski holiday in Cervinia, Italy. I wanted to give some information about parking in Cervinia since I could not find much good information when i was planning my trip.
There is ample free parking in Cervinia. If you...More
This area is stunning. Perfect for families and for beginner and intermediate skiers. Everywhere you look there is a breathtaking view.
The lift system is very efficient and not a single queue the whole time we were there. A wonderful resort
We travelled from the States to experience skiing in the Alps. We were surprised by the reasonable prices from lift tickets to food at the numerous on slope restaurants. The long gradual runs and breath taking scenery were great, but there were less opportunities for...More
Had lots of late snow in early April, and pistes were empty of people, no waiting in lift queues. Mountain restaurants on Italian side are great quality and fantastic value with good service - far better than you'll get in French Alps. Against that we...More
Great resort for late season snow due to its altitude. Even in April the snow at the top is superb. Towards the bottom it got slushy when the sun was out but so does everywhere at this time.
There are hardly any lift queues and...More
Had 5 days skiing in Italy
Only one day added Swiss ( 35 euro for one day).
Had regrets later ( 50 euro would buy 5 days ).
Skiing on both sides would give you more variety in grooming, snow conditions, landscapes.
Lunch I would...More
This is the place where you will find advanced skiing areas along with fantastic ordinary skiing. If you like, you can climb with skis, take a helicopter to experience high level skiing on high level snow. You can ski in both Switzerland and Italy. But,...More
This is an amazing ski area with spectacular views. The resort is very well serviced with chair lifts and gondolas, no queues to speak of and no equipment out of action due to breakdown at any time during the week We absolutely loved it here...More
Justin, it is hard to say. During my week there 2weeks ago, every day both mountains and the connection area were open. Based on my understanding the Italian side is more prone to closure due to high winds. That said... More
Justin, it is hard to say. During my week there 2weeks ago, every day both mountains and the connection area were open. Based on my understanding the Italian side is more prone to closure due to high winds. That said, there could be days when the morning is sunny and then the clouds moved in during the afternoon and visibility got really bad or vice verse. Like most ski trips, you just have to go with the flow and make changes to your plan depending on the weather conditions.