The Italian alpine town of Cervinia, bordering both Switzerland and France, is the ideal springboard into the mountains of the Alps. Guarded by classic peaks iconic to the Alps, with one of the best snow conditions, and a curious culture to understand, Cervinia is a world-class spot for backcountry skiing. Visit during the months between January and April for ideal backcountry skiing conditions.
The alpine town of Cervinia lies in the Aosta Valley in the extreme northwest of Italy. The town lies at 2,050 meters above sea level at the foot of the iconic Matterhorn. Large glaciated mountain peaks dominate the skyline. Connected by the Plateau Rosa that stretches into Switzerland, Cervinia shares a ski area with the world-class resort of Zermatt.
The area of Cervinia receives consistent snowfall and low temperatures, given that it is one of Europe’s highest ski resorts.
Visit during the months between January and April for ideal backcountry skiing conditions.
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