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Cervinia Ski Resort Guide

Cervinia is perhaps the most well known of all the resorts in the Aosta Valley. Known for its year round glacial skiing, it shares it ski area with the world famous Matterhorn in Zermatt. The resort offers a mixture of modern and traditional architecture and a bustling centre where visitors can enjoy the variety of shops and restaurants on offer. Cervinia is known for its abundance of long cruising runs, the most notable of which stretches for 22km from the Klein Matterhorn. The resort also offers some après ski and is located at 2050m. The atmosphere is particularly lively at weekends when Italian day trippers come up the mountain to the resort.

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Other Facilities

Cervinia has many bars and restaurants, very popular with the local Italians especially at weekends. The resort also boasts a natural ice rink, bowling alley, cinema, a sports centre and a wealth of shops and restaurants. For those who are not interested in skiing there is also an indoor ski rink and snowmobiling.

Facilities for Children

The Cervino ski chool offers a special all day service which combines ski school, playtime and lunch.  

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Ski Accommodation in Cervinia


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Cervinia Mountain Info

Cervinia is part of the same ski area as Zermatt in Switzerland and is famed for its long cruising runs allowing people to take in the stunning views of the surrounding mountain. There are 360km of ski runs to choose from in the surrounding areas so there is plenty of variety and no need to ski the same run twice. While Cervinia itself is perfect for beginners and intermediate alike while the link to Zermatt will also keep advanced skiers happy. Cervinia has a high snow record which makes it all the more reliable. Cervinia also offers an exciting opportunity for freestyle skiers and snowboarders at the two snow parks; IndianPark which is the highest in Europe at 2,800m and the other at 2,300m.

Resort Altitude: 1525m

Summit Elevation: 3480m

Vertical Drop: 1955m

Total Pistes: 160km

17 31 7

Number of Lifts: 24

Snow Parks: 2


Cervinia Piste Map

Cervinia piste map

Cervinia Travel Information

CAR: Cervinia is accessed via the A5 Torino-Aosta motorway. Take the Châtillon/Saint-Vincent exit and continue on the regional road to Cervinia for 28 km. Valtournenche is 19 km after Châtillon and 9 km before Breuil-Cervinia.

COACH/TRAIN: Châtillon/Saint-Vincent is the nearest railway station (info and timetables avialable on www.trenitalia.it). A coach service operates from Châtillon, Turin and Milan to Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche (info and timetables available at www.savda.it).

AIR: Cervinia is located close to the international airports of Turin Caselle (118 km), Milan Malpensa (160 km), Milan Linate (180 km) and Geneva (CH). Transfers to and from the airports can be arranged by coach, taxi or car rental.

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