Cervino Ski Paradise Overview
The Cervino Ski Paradise is aptly named as it encapsulates the ideal ski haven for ski and snow sports enthusiasts and holidaymakers. Stretching across three valleys and the two countries of Italy and Switzerland, the Cervino Ski Paradise is formed by Breuil-Cervinia, Valtournenche and Zermatt which lies across the border in Switzerland. It also includes the small resorts of Chamois ( a small and charming resort only accessible by cable car) and Torgnon which overlooks the Aosta Valley. The Cervino Ski Paradise covers the Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche Zermattski area which is also regarded as one of the largest ski areas in the Alps; cutting across Italy and Switzerland with a combined total of 350 kilometres of pistes, ranging from 1,524 metres to 3,883 metres in altitude. The area is also survived by an elaborate network of 150 lifts.
Holidaying in the Cervino Ski Paradise is perfect for everyone and all groups of people from families, romantic couples and groups of friends. It offers a wide range of fantastic snowsure pistes that caters to all ski ability levels on slopes surrounded by breathtaking scenery. The individual resorts in the area each present a fantastic proposal. Cervinia is a charming, high-altitude ski resort on the Italian side of Monte Cervino ( also known as the Matterhorn), with a charming pedestrian resort centre and cosy laid back atmosphere. Zermatt which sits on the other side of the mountain in Switzerland is one of the Alps most beautiful resorts with scenery that attracts not only skiers but tourists across Europe, especially during the winter seasons. Non-ski activities in the Cervino Ski Paradise include sledging, tobogganing, Ice cave exploring on the Klein Matterhorn glacier, Paragliding, Ice skating and Heli-skiing. There are children’s play parks dotted across the area, ( Valtournenche in particular has a great children’s area) and a wide choice of spas and wellness centres.