Snowshoeing in Fiss in Tyrol Hotel Tirol Serfaus Fiss Ladis
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Fiss – a paradise for snowshoeing and winter walking!

Swap your ski boots for snowshoes: snowshoeing is such a peaceful way to explore the winter landscape, it has become hugely popular, including in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area. Walking through the snow might be a bit strenuous at first, but your efforts are rewarded by beautiful panoramic views in the pristine snowscape.

Snowshoeing in Fiss in Tyrol Hotel Tirol Serfaus Fiss Ladis


  • Panorama Enjoyment Trail
    This marvellous trail for winter hiking gourmets leads from upper cable car terminus to upper cable car terminus. There are no great altitude differences along the way, the views are breathtaking and the scenery is covered by a thick coat of snow. Enjoy an intense experience of nature amidst a magnificent Alpine panorama.

  • Special treats along the way: rustic huts, ergonomic loungers, comfortable hammocks and the enjoyment pavilion. From Serfaus to Fiss or vice versa, the 1½-hour walk leads from and to cable cars for a laid-back return to the valley: travel on the Komperdellbahn, Sunliner, Waldbahn and Möseralmbahn cable cars.

  • Alm Promenade
    A leisurely adventure trail: the new Alm Promenade is perfect for all who like to keep active.
    The 1.5-km circular route leads from the Kinderschneealm around the nearby reservoir pond and back again. The new winter footpath features various stops with boards that explain the history of Serfaus so both young and old get to learn new and interesting things.

After the walk, sit back and enjoy the winter sun in the lovely relaxation zone where evocative hay carts, super comfortable loungers and hammocks invite you to linger.


  • Map of winter walking trails

  • Suitable winter footwear (with good traction), warm and breathable winter clothing, sunglasses and sun cream

  • Plenty of liquids (water or tea) and food in case there is no restaurant on the way

  • Always keep an eye on the weather. Weather forecast

  • We recommend you bring along a fully charged mobile phone and a small first-aid kit for emergencies. Mountain rescue service emergency number: 140