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Ski Area Maps

Breuil-Cervinia, (2,050 m), a modern tourist resort at the foot of the Matterhorn, hosts an impressive ski area, offering 150 km of runs linking up with the Valtournenche for a total of 24 lifts, plus a cross-border connection with Zermatt, thanks to the Cime Bianche Laghi – Plateau Rosà cableway and the Bontadini chairlift, adding up to a grand total of 350 km of runs served by 59 lifts.

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From Plateau Rosà you can either go down towards Zermatt, or take the Ventina run: 11 km downhill from the 3480 m altitude of the beginning of the run to the 2050 m of Cervinia. The Cime Bianche Laghi area (the pick-up point of the cableway for Plateau Rosà) offers a further selection of fantastic downhill runs served by the Goillet chairlift, which provides access to the Valtournenche ski area.

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For skiers who like to take it easy, Plan Maison boasts a number of convenient lift facilities (including the covered four-seater chairlifts fitted with wind shields of Plan Maison, Fornet and Bontadini) serving ski runs – some of them also connected to Plateau Rosà – for all levels and all tastes.

The Cretaz and Pancheron chairlifts provide a quick, comfortable way to get from the village to Plan Maison, while the eight-person Pancheron chairlift offers incomparable views at the foot of the south wall of the Matterhorn, as well as access to extremely technical runs for skiers and superb off-piste routes with powdery snow in winter and “transformed” snow in the spring.

Snowboarders will love the Indianpark, the highest in Europe and considered one of the finest snow parks in the Alps and equipped with rails and kickers. The park is served by the Fornet chairlift.

Chamois, La Magdeleine and Torgnon offer smaller ski areas, popular with families, beginners and those looking to take their holiday at a more leisurely pace. For younger visitors, fun and games are assured at the superb baby snow parks, equipped with plenty of activities and magic carpets.

Tip:
For keen skiers and boarders one run that should certainly not be missed is the Ventina, which sweeps down from the 3,480 metre altitude of the Plateau Rosà to the centre of Breuil-Cervinia; also the “Reine Blanche”, which runs from the Klein Matterhorn (3883 m) down to Valtournenche (1,524 m.).

Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche Zermatt International Ski Resort:
350 km of slopes: 150 at Cervinia and Valtournenche and 200 at Zermatt
138 slopes: 60 at Cervinia and Valtournenche + 78 at Zermatt

Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche:
blue 18 / 41 km
red 35 / 98 km
black 7/ 11 km

Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche + Zermatt:
blue 33 / 75 km
red 77 / 220 km
black 28 / 59 km

59 lift facilities: 24 at Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche and 35 at Zermatt

Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche:
2 cableways – 3 gondola lifts – 12 chairlifts – 3 ski lifts – 4 magic carpets for
children and beginners

Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche + Zermatt:
9 cableways – 9 gondola lifts – 22 chairlifts – 13 ski lifts – 4 magic carpets – 1
mini train – 1 metro

Breuil-Cervinia ski area:
103 km – 46 runs: blue 11 / 26 km – red 28 / 68 km – black 6 / 9 km
15 lift facilities: 2 cableways – 2 gondola lifts – 8 chairlifts – 1 ski lift – 2 magic carpets

Accommodation in Cervinia

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