From the Matterhorn to Mount Rosa. “Endless White”. The most majestic peak of the Alps.The poet and English painter John Ruskin thought that the mountains were the beginning and the end of every natural setting and knew exactly which the noblest peak in Europe was. The Matterhorn, which from its height of 4478 metres overshadows the Swiss and Italian alps with Zermatt to the north and Breuil-Cervinia to the south, is kissed by the sun.
This renowned winter and summer tourist resort is the ideal setting for an unforgettable holiday dedicated to skiing and sport. There are 143 slopes between Cervinia –Valtournenche and Zermatt, 9 black slopes; a Snowpark at 2,800 m, spectacular downwards slopes in free ride and ski slopes which are always in excellent condition.