Posted: December 19, 2014
Author: Jack Shaw
Following an event we hosted for the launch of the new TAG Heuer / Zenith boutique in Zermatt, we took a day to decompress and ski on the italian side of the Matterhorn, in Cervinia, which seemed to be holding the lion's share of snow in this early-season in the Alps.
We weren't disappointed. Long, well-prepared pistes made for great carvy boulevards to work out the kinks in our rusty technique, and to get the ski legs back in shape. Not too crowded, and as always, with the hospitality of a long Italian lunch, there's never any doubt that you'll be well-treated on the sunny side of the 'Horn.