What is ski season in Zermatt?

What is ski season in Zermatt?

Since Zermatt is open year-round, you can ski from May through August in summer weather. Although some of the lifts — like the Trockener Steg to Furgsattel — are closed from late June until early October, most lifts and facilities are open 365 days per year.

Can you ski in Zermatt in the summer?

Zermatt – Matterhorn offers the largest and highest altitude summer ski area in Europe. For summer skiing, clothing normally worn on a warm day of spring skiing is recommended. And if one wants to enjoy the best downhill runs on the Theodul Glacier, one should get up very early in the morning.

How late can you ski in Cervinia?

Cervinia’s snow record Cervinia has one of the best snow records in the Alps with an exceptionally long season that stretches from October to May. It is also open again for summer skiing from late June to early September.

Where is Cervinia ski resort?

Located on the sunny Italian side of the Matterhorn in the Aosta Valley at the foot of Mount Cervino (the Matterhorn), Cervinia ski resort offers an impressive 93 miles of ski terrain serviced by 24 chairlifts.

What is the difference between Zermatt and Cervinia?

Cervinia offers a lot more slope skiing than the Zermatt side. There is a wide beginner – intermediate run from the Swiss-Italian border and also steeper more direct runs back into Cervinia. There is a older non-detachable 2-seater chair which allowed access to miles of untracked powder snow for a whole day.

Can you ski to Zermatt?

More adventurous skiers or snowboarders can even ski to Zermatt from the Plateau Rosa. Beginners and intermediate skiers have plenty of options (miles, in fact, of perfectly groomed runs), while experts have several legendary off-piste routes to explore.

Is Breuil-Cervinia a good ski resort for intermediate skiers?

But it’s truly intermediate skiers who will find the most terrain to enjoy on a Cervinia ski vacation. Because the Breuil-Cervinia village sits at 2,050 meters, or about 6,700 feet, and rises to nearly 12,800 feet around the Matterhorn, which sits at 14,692 feet, snow conditions are generally very good.