The Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche Zermatt area is one of the largest in the Alps, with a varied “domaine skiable” beyond compare, which stretches through three valleys in two countries, Italy and Switzerland, from the 3,883 m of the Piccolo Cervino descending to the 1,524 m of Valtournenche. Ski runs offering the chance to ski all day without ever repeating the same run twice, alternating easier runs with those of increasing difficulty.
The ski area in figures:
- Altitude of Breuil-Cervinia: 2,050 m.
- Altitude of Valtournenche: 1,524 m.
- Lift systems: 19 in Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche + 34 in Zermatt.
- Hourly capacity of lifts: 36,995 in Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche, 90,525 with Zermatt.
- Maximum altitude reached by the lifts: 3,883 m Piccolo Cervino.
- Ski runs: 72 in Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche + 78 in Zermatt.
- Ski runs with scheduled snow coverage: 200 km.
- Ski runs open for summer skiing 26.5 km: 5.5 km in Breuil-Cervinia, 21 km in Zermatt.
- Cross country ski runs: 3 km in Breuil-Cervinia +10 km in Valtournenche.
- One snowpark in Cervinia; at 2,800 m, the highest snowpark in Europe.
- Three children's ski areas.
Cervinia-Valtournenche's slopes on Streetview: