Cervinia - Breuil Piste Map

Cervinia - Breuil Trail Map

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Cervinia - Breuil resort's trail map

Beginners

Beginners should head for the lower slopes where they’ll find plenty of wide open grooomers to boost their confidence.  The nursery  slopes are located centrally next to the Cretaz lifts, complete with a magic carpet lift and other child-friendly facilities. There are three ski schools

All of the blue runs from Fornet to Plan Maison and Plan Torrette are comfortably within reach of most beginners once they can ski a snow plough. Beginners can ski down to Cervinia on piste number 5, the easy blue run from Plan Maison to Cretaz, while enjoying fabulous views of the Matterhorn.

Beginner snowboarders however will probably find the terrain a little flat in places.

Intermediates

With an abundance of long blue cruisers, intermediate skiers will find themselves in terrain paradise. Classification of pistes isn’t entirely accurate and most of the reds are quite tame in comparison to those at other resorts.  Confident intermediates would do well to give Ventina, red no. 7 on the map, a go.  At 5 miles long, it’s a swooping run which is sure to burn thighs. To ski it in one would take three hours.  Reach it via Plateau Rosa and cruise all the way down to Valtournenche. Each year an amateur ski competition is held on the red 7 which is open to athletes and non-athletes.

Run 37 and the lower part of 7 are also worth blasting down.  Pistes are generally very well maintained.

Experts

For advanced skiers, marked expert terrain is lacking and for truly challenging skiing you’ll need to venture off piste. The runs accessed from the top plateaux, offer several good descents of around 600m with varying steepness .

Plan carefully if you’re thinking of venturing off-piste. There are great local guides available and you’ll be much safer and get more out of your trip if you book a guide.  Check out http://www.guidedelcervino.com/ for more information.

Operating status: Closed

N.A./23 km
Intermediate Runs Open
N.A./70 km
Advanced Runs Open
N.A./14 km
Expert Runs Open
Partial
Return By Ski

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Terrain Overview

33%
Intermediate Runs
62%
Advanced Runs
5%
Expert Runs
39
Runs in Total
107 km
Runs in Total
20 km
Longest Run
107 km
Skiable Terrain
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