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Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area
1) General information about the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area
- varied slopes at an altitude between 1,429 m and 2,800 m
- 214 kilometers of slopes & 68 lifts
- Family-friendly ski area
2) Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area map
3) Skiing in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski areaThere are slopes of all difficulty levels in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area. Beginners and professionals as well as snowboarders, freeriders and deep snow fans get their money’s worth here. The area around Serfaus is the largest and offers the most sunny slopes. The Komperdellbahn takes you right into the action. The Sunliner and the Königsleithebahn take you to the Mittlerer Sattelkopf, which also enables you to descend to Fiss. In Serfaus, the runs are mostly easy to moderately difficult. Highlights are the slopes at the Plansegg and Lawens lifts. Experienced skiers get their money’s worth on the slopes of the Pezid, Lazid and Oberen Scheid. The 2.5 km long Pezid vertical descent is the most difficult slope with a height difference of 600 m. From the pyramid-shaped summit of the Pezid, the steep Pezid descent goes down to the Moosbahn. Or you can take the easy ski path to the Masnerkessel. A white bowl of snow opens up there, surrounded by gently rolling snow slopes. The north slopes in the more compact Fiss ski area almost always guarantee powder snow. They lie between the Schönjoch and Zwölferkopf and end at the Schöngampalm. The Alm and Zwölferbahn take you back to the Zwölferkopf. From there, sun-drenched slopes lead back to Fiss. Demanding skiers can reach the Möseralm from Zwölferkopf via the black Direttisima or the challenging Kamikaze ski route and then descend to Fiss. The forest railway enables you to return to the Serfaus ski area. What skiers shouldn’t miss: the Frommes run that starts at Schönjöchl. Initially running on the ridge, it allows a magnificent view of Fiss or the Schöngampalm. You reach the Frommesalm via sunny slopes before returning to Fiss via a longer incline. Ladis does not have its own ski area. Vacationers can take the Sonnenbahn Ladis-Fiss cable car to the Sonnenbahn middle station. The Winkelabfahrt leads from there to the Fiss ski area. The Schönjoch and Möseralmbahn take you directly to the Serfaus ski area. The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area gets full marks for being family and child-friendly.
4) Expert evaluationThe Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area is one of the top winter sports areas in Tyrol. This is also shown by our expert ratings, which give this ski area 4.6 stars. The family hotels, the excellent childcare and the comfortable ski depots are a big plus. In addition, there are excellently groomed slopes, modern lifts and extraordinary attractions next to the slopes that promise untroubled fun in the snow. Other decisive criteria for the good grade are “après-ski” and “mountain restaurants, huts and gastronomy”.
5) Off-piste activitiesThe physical well-being is not neglected in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area. Numerous mountain restaurants and cozy ski huts pamper the skiers with steaming yeast dumplings, Kaiserschmarrn and mulled wine. It is worth stopping at the rustic gourmet restaurant “Zirbenhütte” or the restaurant “Leithe Wirt”. Large families are in good hands in the “Sonnenburg” family restaurant or the “Kinderplanet” children’s restaurant. The “Komperdell umbrella bar” at the valley station of the Komperdell cable car is ideal for après-ski. Our experts have rated this small but fine selection with four or five stars. Looking for a thrill or something fancy? For everyone who doesn’t just want to go skiing or cross-country skiing, the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area has numerous exciting activities in store. On the one hand, the ski area can be experienced from a bird’s eye view in the Fisser Flieger: In a kite-like aircraft, four passengers can rush over the Möseralm at more than 80 kilometers per hour at a height of up to 47 m. In addition, vacationers can experience what a free fall from a height of 12 m feels like in the Skyswing swing. If necessary, the swing can be booked with a rollover.
6) Locations in the ski areaThe Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area consists of the mountain farming villages of Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis, who have retained their charm to this day. The traffic-calmed Serfaus is the address with fine and well-priced hotels. The place is also driving the further development of tourism – for example since 1985 with an underground air-cushion lift. It is free and connects the parking spaces on the outskirts with the valley stations and important places in the village. Ski depots save winter sports enthusiasts from having to walk to the valley stations in ski boots and with skis on their shoulders. With a focus on families, Serfaus offers family hotels as well as numerous child-friendly facilities such as the “Kinderschneealm”, “Bertas Indianerland” or the Murmlibahn, a separate cable car for ski school children. Numerous shops as well as the S1-Center located directly at the Komperdell cable car invite you to stroll, Fiss, located on a flat south-facing slope, still exudes its original Rhaeto-Romanic charm. Here, too, vacationers appreciate the nearby lifts and the learning and entertainment program for children in “Berta’s Kindervilla” or in “Berta’s Kinderland” at the middle station of the Sonnenbahn. Little Ladis with its decorated farmhouses and Laudegg Castle is quieter and cheaper. Ried im Oberinntal is at the intersection of two roads that lead to the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area and the Reschenpass to South Tyrol.
7) Arrival in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski areaGuests from Germany, Austria and the Benelux countries can reach the ski area by car via the Inntal A12 motorway. Holidaymakers from eastern Switzerland, western Austria and Italy drive through the Arlberg tunnel or over the Reschen or Brenner pass. A country road leads from Ried im Oberinntal to the ski area. You can travel by train to Landeck (25 km) and Imst (45 km). The onward journey takes place by post bus or taxi. Nearby airports in Austria are Innsbruck (100 km) and Salzburg (270 km), in Germany Memmingen (179 km), Friedrichshafen (180 km) and Munich (250 km) and Zurich (250 km) in Switzerland.
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