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Off-piste skiing in Cervinia and Zermatt is the possibility for off-piste lovers to savor the powder in one of the most beautiful and well-known ski resorts in the Alps. You can ski between two countries across the Alps, from Cervinia (Aosta Valley – Italy) to Zermatt (Vallese – Switzerland): these two ski areas are located at the base of the Matterhorn (Cervino) where off-piste possibilities are unlimited.
This tour offers a genuinely unique experience in one of the best-developed and extensive resorts anywhere in the world, with his 4000 meters of altitude is the highest winter sports area in the Alps and allows you to enjoy a spectacular panorama of mountains, with a clear view of the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc.
There are itineraries for every level, also for people who want to try off-piste skiing for the first time. Our guides will take care of all the safety aspects. They give you advice on your technique and tell you about snow safety, local environment, history and traditions.
Our daily decisions where to find the best skiing for you are based on your skiing level, weather, snow conditions and avalanche safety aspects.
We recommend you to book 2 or more days of guiding at the time. We need time to get to know you and let you ski all the fantastic off-piste itineraries that are suitable for your level.
You should be able to ski on black runs, on all types of snow. On all our programs snowboarders and telemarkers are welcome.
Technical equipment (possible to rent): off-piste skis, avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, ABS backpack, helmet.
The leading Guide is a fully certified IFMGA Montain Guide.
You can book this activity in any date/dates within the availability periods. We tailor your experience to meet your every need, from your fitness level to your skiing ability.
It is for you and your guide to decide the exact makeup of your booking however, these itinerary days shown below are an example of how a booking for this activity could be structured. We will spend the day skiing using the lift system introducing you to some of the off-piste itineraries and getting to know you.
Depending on our progress on day 1, we will continue to explore the off-piste itineraries, looking for the best snow and giving you technical and safety hints as we ski.
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