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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
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Wide slopes , lots of snow in the end of November, great skiing! Lots of slopes and lifts. The only shortcoming is lack of maps. They have very few of them, instead of having them at the top of the chairlifts.
We went to the ski slopes on from Nov 22 to Nov 25, and were very lucky to have many slopes with blue and red runs on the Italian side open for skiing. The slopes were wide, with stunning views and well connected. The weather...More
We have visited Zermatt on a number of occasions and always loved the view of the Matterhorn but due to poor weather we have never skied onto the Italian side much to ouir annoyance. The chance to stay in Cervinia was too good to miss...More
It is good skiing in Cervinia and Zermatt and there is lots of it, but I felt that the downfall was the coming back from Zermatt to Cervinia as you either have to get a 100-man cable car or go on 2 long draglifts that...More
We have visited this ski center many times, but we have never been disappointed. Of course the weather in the mountains is always the most important. But if the weather is good, you can enjoy brilliant skiing. The slopes are beautiful, well-kept and there are...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.