Infinite white spaces, a variety of slopes and summits touching the sky, like the imposing mountain of Cervino, with its highest point at 4,478m. The famous resort of Cervinia, located in the Italian Alps bordering Switzerland, is for many one of the world’s leading resorts for its privileged location, altitude and great quality slopes. Its 38 slopes for all levels are connected by means of a modern network of ski lifts and pass through the Aosta Valley between glacier-covered mountains. The Breuil-Cervinia domain, extends from the municipality of Valtournenche (1,524m) to the Plateau Rosà (3.408m), and reaches its highest point on the summit of Piccolo Cervino, reaching the 4000m mark. Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy a domain divided into the following areas: Ventina, Bontadini, Pancheron and Valtounenche (Motta), where they alternate from the simplest descents to the most arduous. Runs such as the legendary 12km Ventina one or Cretaz and Cieloalto, where the World Cup competitions were hosted in the seventies, delight the most demanding skiers. Visiting Cervinia means visiting Zermatt at the same time. These are two towns are separated by the Italian/Swiss border, but are joined by ski slopes and by cable car. Together with the Valtournenche area, they form a skiing triangle with more than 300 kilometers of slopes spread across three valleys, between Italy and Switzerland. Lovers of acrobatics can practice their techniques in the imposing Indianpark snowpark, plus there is a freestyle zone of more than 400 meters and a permanent skicross and jump tour in the Wild West Park. However, the best feature for skiers is the possibility of skiing in summer on the Plateau Rosà glacier, with almost 6km of open slopes on the Italian side. Cervinia is a true ski-in/ski-out resort and your visitors can forget about the car and put on their ski or snow boots throughout their stay. In addition, this area hosts many ski competittions and offers many types of accommodation from hotels, apartments, hostels to rural houses.