Looking for a unique skiing destination with over 350km in slopes and connections with Valtourmenche and Zermatt ski areas in Switzerland? Look no further than Cervinia ski resort, where pristine slopes located between Italy and Switzerland rekindle your desire to ski in its purest form. There is no need to ski the same trail repetitively at Cervinia ski resort, as its longest ski run is 13.6 miles in length with many more miles of perfectly groomed slopes to explore afterwards. 27 lifts service 42 ski runs plus an exciting snowboard park and halfpipe. Everyone can find their niche among the many activities and luxurious amenities here at Cervinia ski resort.
Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche just keeps on surprising you!!! Also this winter season to make your holiday in the Matterhorn ski area even better a super ice karting track of natural ice; try the speed of the karts to feel like a champion for the day. It’s easy to reach, near the entrance to Cervinia’s town center, the track is open every day (evening’s aswell), and it’s also possible to time your run to compete against your friends.
Climb a mountain; face the cliff pass after pass, a challenge against time, the cold and exhaustion. These are the emotions that the mountains have to offer and in Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche you can try in safety thanks to the collaboration of the Cervino Guides, for excursions, advice, courses to improve and perfect technique, excursions with overnight stay in mountain huts immersed in the peace and quiet of the nature at the top of the mountain.
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-ALPINE SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING
Skiing and snowboarding are sporting disciplines that are at risk as other sporting disciplines. Behavioral rules relating to skiing and snowboarding have been provided by FIS and summaries to the rules stated above and are to be considered an outline of the ideal model of behavior for conscientious, cautious and diligent skiers and snowboarders. Skiers and snowboarders should be aware of and respect the rules. Where rules are unobserved by skiers and snowboarders and an accident occurs, the involved party will be responsible and will have to respond for their actions.
THE SKIER’S RULES GUIDE
Behavioral rules, as provided by the law 24 December 2003 nr 363 that should be respected by users of the ski pistes to avoid eventual consequences of a civil and penal nature.
-RESPECT FOR OTHERS
Skiers should behave in a manner that does not put others in danger or cause injury.
-CONTROL OF SPEED AND OF PERSONAL BEHAVIOR
All skiers should maintain an appropriate speed and adapt speed based on their skiing ability, conditions of the pistes, visibility, weather conditions and amount of people on the pistes.
-CHOICE OF DIRECTION
The skier uphill has the possibility to decide their course and should maintain a course that avoids collisions with skiers further down.
Overtaking can be carried out by the skier either uphill or down (with sufficient space and visibility) to the right or left, but always at a distance to avoid putting the other skier in difficulty.
-ENTRY AND CROSSINGS
The skier entering the piste or starting again after a stop must ensure their personal safety and that of others, at a crossing give way to the right or according to eventual indications.
Skiers should avoid stopping, unless necessary, along passages where all must pass or where there is no visibility. Any stops must be made along the edge of the pistes. In case of a fall the skier should clear the area as soon as possible.
-ASCENT ALONG THE PISTE
Only in the case of urgent necessity, the skier that ascends or descends by foot should do so only along the edge of the piste.
All skiers should respect and follow the regulations regarding the ski pistes, in particular the compulsory use of helmets for children under 14 years of age.
All skiers should assist in the case of an accident.
Anyone involved in an accident or witness to an accident is required to provide their personal details.