Summer skiing

Ski right into the summer on the Plateau Rosà, at the foot of the Matterhorn

It’s summer. The sun is high in the sky, the snow is glimmering. This is Breuil-Cervinia, where great skiing awaits you at 3500 altitude on the Plateau Rosà glacier, even during July and August.

This is the largest skiable summer domain in Europe: approx. 25 km of piste to meet all technical demands, from beginners to professionals.
A double ski season on the wonderful slopes, whose dimensions, quality of snow and variety of techniques are worthy of the same esteem as their winter counterparts. You can ski in the wide, sunny valley of Plateau Rosà, also using the Piccolo Cervino cableway (3.883) on Swiss territory. Lots of snow, long trails, special slopes for all levels and specialities of alpine skiing, slaloms, giant skiing, downhill and SuperG: it’s no wonder that, during the hot summer months, Breuil-Cervinia is the favourite destination of many important World Cup teams.

Not only for skis but also snowboards in the Gravity Park that has now made history with the riders. Plateau Rosà is easy and convenient to reach with the modern panoramic cable car, which takes you from Cime Bianche Laghi in one go to your destination, just half an hour away from the town of Cervinia.

It is also possible to reach the cable car of Klein Matterhorn on foot, where you can also find the Grotta di ghiaccio (Ice cave)This "Grotta", one of the wonders of the Alps, is open every day for visits to this tunnel 50 metres long at a depth of 15 metres.

Summer 2018 opening dates
Open from  30th June 2018 to 9th September 2018

The lifts will close, for the winter season, on 6th May 2018, then the cablecars/cabins to Plan Maison, Cime Bianche Laghi and Plateau Rosà will be open during the week-end of May:

  • 12th and 13th May 2018
  • 19th and 20th May 2018
  • 26th and 27th May 2018

Winter 2017/2018 opening dates
Open on 14th and 15th October, 21st and 22nd October 2017 and from 28th October 2017 to 6th May 2018

Webcam Plateau Rosa


Tourist Areas
Tourist Areas

Mont Blanc

Gran Paradiso

Great Saint Bernard

Aosta and surroundings


Monte Rosa

Central Valley