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While weather forecasts are promising for a wonderful season of ski in the Alps, the conditions for an Italian ski trip in Breuil Cervinia couldn’t be better. Good consistent snow fall, warm hospitality, flights are cheap and ski rental on every ski fields; now is the time to consider Italy for your 2017-18 skiing holiday.
Here are the best ways to make the most of Breuil Cervinia.
Cervinia lies at 2,006 m (6,581 ft) above sea level, at the foot of the Monte Cervino, in a valley surrounded by high, glaciated mountains and the sheer rock face of the Jumeaux. It shares a ski area with Zermatt in Switzerland, connected through the Plateau Rosa glacier.
Transfers are facilitated by proximity to The international airports of: Torino Caselle (118 km), Milan Malpensa (160 km), Milan Linate (180 km) and Geneva (CH). For transfer to and from the airports, there are several possibilities with buses, taxis, and rental cars.
The Breuil Cervinia ski area is one of the largest and most spectacular in Italy. Ski travelers can enjoy 350 km of tracks through beautiful mountains (including Monte Cervino and Monte Rosa) and connect the Italian towns of Cervinia and Valtournenche with Zermatt in ski area Matterhorn Ski Paradise. Only Cervinia has 46 runs for 150 km. Some of the runs are very long, the longest stretches 22 km from the Klein Matterhorn in Switzerland down to Valtournenche in Italy.
Breuil Cervinia in winter is the realm of Alps of skiing and snowboarding. If you are looking for ski rental or other equipment of great quality, then you have to choose Sharewood!
Our professional team will be able to advise you and hire the ski or snowboard that suits best for you. Our staff composed with Ski Instructors and Alpine Guides, will advise you and will follow you from the equipment booking phase to the delivery of the rental material.
The Italian Alps are blessed with a long and lavish snow season. The snow on the ground is generally powdery and fluffy well into spring. Packed powder prevails on the groomed runs, deep powder off-piste.
Italian ski resorts are typically nestled in valleys, surrounded by mountain ranges, which start above the timberline and feed into the resorts below. Generally, there are mid-run markers on all Italian ski slopes above timberline. In addition you will find orientation maps at the lift stations, numbered run designation, danger signs, rope barriers, safety nets and much more.
Yees! For those on whom a ski day is not enough, here is the solution. You can do night skiing at Ventina. On the last station of the lift you go down from the Ventina on the track number 6 , while at Valtournenche from the "Gran Pista". It is a 11 km track which runs along the same glacier from Plateau Rosa to Cervina, at 2000 m above sea level.
Throughout winter there are constantly races and competitions being held on the mountain for skiers, snowboarders, and freestylers. For non-skiers, there's plenty to do and see. Sleigh rides, snowshoe adventures or ice skating are all available at most resorts. Most ski resorts offer great spa facilities for you to chill out, take excursions to some of the beautiful surrounding areas and meet the international crowds that love to gather in the outdoor cafes.