Covid-19 Refund Guaranteed 100%

In WINTER SEASON 2021-22 all bookings will benefit COVID-19 100% zero risk free guarantee policy.

This will be applicable to any bookings which need to be cancelled due to the following COVID-19 issues:

✔ You are prevented from travelling as a result of national or international government imposed travel restrictions

✔ You or an immediate family member are infected with Covid-19 or have a mandatory quarantine* (You might be required to provide a medical certificate or another form of proof).

✔ The resort has been closed due to COVID-19



Zermatt / Cervinia host in 2022 the longest downhill speed races on World Cup circuit

Zermatt/Cervinia will host the first-ever cross-border competitions in FIS World Cup history (downhill and super-G races for both men and women). The race will become the longest on the World Cup circuit, be the first to traverse two countries. The route will be almost three miles long, starting at the very top of the ski area at Gobba di Rollin near Klein Matterhorn at 3899m. It will start in the Zermatt ski area in Switzerland and then drop down towards Laghi Cime Bianche at 2814m in Cervinia, Italy.

Photo Credit: © Erich Spiess/ASP/RedBull Content Pool

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Zermatt / Cervinia is the Best ski resort in the Alps in 2020

On 5 November 2020, the international ski resort of Zermatt-Cervinia was once again crowned best ski resort in the Alps. The Best Ski Resort Report is the biggest independent visitor satisfaction survey in the Alps and is conducted every two years. After two overall wins in 2014 and 2016 and a second place in 2018, Zermatt – Cervinia has topped the ratings yet again in 2020. Victories are in eight categories – safety on the slopes, atmosphere, authenticity, cosiness, exclusivity, ski school, nature, fun and entertainment – and an overall score of 8.63 (on a scale of 1 to 10).



Alpine Crossing between Zermatt & Cervinia 

From Autumn 2022, the 3S lift will be extended via an ‘Alpine Crossing” to Testa Grigia and the Cervinia ski area. The construction of a new 3S cable car from the Matterhorn glacier paradise (Klein Matterhorn) to Testa Grigia completes the continuous cable car link between Switzerland and Italy and makes it possible to cross the Alps without skis. The one hour journey offering stunning views from Switzerland to Italy, or vice versa, and will cover over 4,000 metres of altitude, making it the cable car link with the greatest altitude difference in Europe. Construction costs are estimated to be around CHF 30 million.





Discovering Aosta Valley

Aosta Valley includes Cervinia (linked to Zermatt), Courmayeur, La Thuile, Champoluc and other 15 ski resorts, 800 km of slopes surrounded by Mont Blanc and Mont Rose, 10 snowparks, Summer Skiing at the foot of the Matterhorn, and great off piste for all disciplines and all levels. Do not limit yourself to a single area: the Aosta Valley skipass offers the possibility to access to all tracks in the region with one ticket. A true ski-safari discovering the best ski resorts on your skis.

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The World’s highest 3S gondola lift

The ‘Matterhorn Glacier Ride’ is the Zermatt’s must see attraction, opened in 2018 to give the chance to enjoy a fantastic experience amid the world’s most beautiful mountain scenery across the glacier. It is the world’s highest 3S cableway connecting the “Matterhorn glacier paradise” (on the Klein Matterhorn at 3,883 metres), to the Italian ski resort of Cervinia. The spectacular cableway offers a first-class comfort and a fantastic all-round view of Zermatt’s majestic high-alpine panorama. Four of the unique cabins are the special “Crystal ride”, encrusted with thousands of Swarovski crystals for a luxurious finishing touch and featuring an integrated glass floor through which passengers can observe the 200 m drop below their feet – not a view to forget!