Ski Lessons & Guiding

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Cervinia off-piste terrain below Gran Sometta cold, dry snow on a north-aspect
Cervinia off-piste terrain below Gran Sometta cold, dry snow on a north-aspect
Discover the secret stash slopes directly beneath the Matterhorn at Cervinia
Discover the secret stash slopes directly beneath the Matterhorn at Cervinia
Off-piste freeride ski terrain in Cervinia, Italy
Off-piste freeride ski terrain in Cervinia, Italy
Below Plateau Rosa (Testa Grigia) at Cervinia has a host of freeride ski options
Below Plateau Rosa (Testa Grigia) at Cervinia has a host of freeride ski options
Powder skiing in Cervinia
Powder skiing in Cervinia
On the flanks of Cervino (Matterhorn) in Cervinia, about to enter a freeride zone
On the flanks of Cervino (Matterhorn) in Cervinia, about to enter a freeride zone
Steep off-piste powder skiing at Cervinia
Steep off-piste powder skiing at Cervinia
Valtournenche ski terrain near the top of the gondola
Valtournenche ski terrain near the top of the gondola
Fresh tracks at Cervinia Italy
Fresh tracks at Cervinia Italy
Matterhorn looms over the off-piste ski terrain at Cervinia
Matterhorn looms over the off-piste ski terrain at Cervinia
Cervinia off-piste freeride skiing
Cervinia off-piste freeride skiing
Off-piste powder skiing at Cervinia Italy
Off-piste powder skiing at Cervinia Italy
Cervinia off-piste terrain at mid-mountain near Plan Maison
Cervinia off-piste terrain at mid-mountain near Plan Maison
Beautiful ski conditions in Cervinia
Beautiful ski conditions in Cervinia
Cervinia village viewed from the Cielo Alto side of the resort
Cervinia village viewed from the Cielo Alto side of the resort
High alpine glaciers at neighbouring Zermatt are easily accessed from Cervinia ski resort
High alpine glaciers at neighbouring Zermatt are easily accessed from Cervinia ski resort
Get a guide to explore the off-piste ski terrain at Cervinia
Get a guide to explore the off-piste ski terrain at Cervinia
Skiing the larch forests at Cielo Alto in Cervinia ski resort
Skiing the larch forests at Cielo Alto in Cervinia ski resort
Cervinia skiing & snowboarding terrain
Cervinia skiing & snowboarding terrain
Cable car approaches Plateau Rosa at the highest lifted point (3,480m) in Cervinia ski resort
Cable car approaches Plateau Rosa at the highest lifted point (3,480m) in Cervinia ski resort

Ski Lessons & Guiding

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Cervinia Ski Lessons & Guiding

Exploring the off-piste at Cervinia for the first time is a relatively straight forward exercise from the ski lifts. Long traverses will allow access to most of the zones, including some interesting larch forest skiing above the village. Whilst a guide will not be necessary for this kind of exploration, discovering the ‘hidden’ sectors of the resort or contemplating backcountry descents to Champoluc (Monterosa Ski), Chamois-Cheneil, will benefit from the assistance of a quality ski instructor and/or mountain guide.

The backcountry zones toward the Plateau Rosa & Zermatt, particularly on the glaciers of the Monte Rosa massif, are best explored with an experienced guide to maximise the enjoyment of the area. A guide or instructor will provide safety plus perhaps improve your backcountry & off-piste skiing skills as well.

A wide diversity of ski instructors, ski schools & mountain guides ply their trade in the Cervinia ski resort, plus adjacent areas including Zermatt. To narrow down the field, use our partners from a listing below.

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