The Ski Resort of

Winter holiday in Tyrol

Holiday in the snow

Skiing at its best

This is Austria’s award-winning and largest family ski resort and one of Europe’s prime addresses for a holiday in the snow. Families will be spoilt for choice, with wide slopes of all levels of difficulty, deep powder snow runs, winter hiking trails, an impressive cross-country skiing network and Funparks.

The ski resort of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is located at the foot of the Samnaun group, with an altitude difference of 1,600 metres (from 1,200 to 2,820 metres). The spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding 3,000-metre mountain peaks are nothing short of thrilling.

Even faster, more comfortable and elegant up the mountain? The 12-seater cable car on the north side of Fisser makes it possible! This is a state-of-the-art, detachable 8-seater chairlift with heated seats, child safety lock and bubbles. And from then on, departure and ascent on the north side of Fisser will go hand in hand! Skiing fun, we are coming!

An overview
of what’s on offer:

  • 9 Fun Areas
  • 2 permanent race tracks
  • Snowmobile track for children
  • Skyswing
  • “Schneisenfeger” family coaster
  • “Fisser Flieger”
  • Magic Ladis
  • Nightflow
  • Adventure Night
  • “Serfauser Sauser”
  • Adventure trails for children

Thanks to the perfect location of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, we enjoy a slightly longer winter season. From early December until well into April, skiers and snowboarders can indulge in their favourite pastime.

Figures, dates, facts

Tyrol’s top address for skiing: Altitude difference from 1,200 to 2,820 metres

  • 68 lift facilities, 28 conveyor belts for children and beginners
  • 214 kilometres of pistes with an altitude difference from 1,200 to 2,820 metres
  • 31 facilities and 131 kilometres of pistes above 2,000 m
  • Guaranteed snow well into spring
  • 155 km of pistes with snow-making facilities
  • 20 km of cross-country trails
  • 7 Funparks
  • 10 km of sledding runs

Piste fun at a high level

Ski experiences in Fiss

Keeping pace with the times

From Roman settlement
to world-class ski resort

State-of-the-art, and yet steeped in history: The ancient Romans were the first to appreciate the excellent location of Ladis along the Via Claudia Augusta and set up a base right at the spot where tourists soak up the sun on the plateau today.

On peak days, up to 22,500 winter sports enthusiasts enjoy all the amenities on offer in this beautiful, state-of-the-art holiday region. The large-scale investments of recent years have really paid off: Over 200 million Euro has been spent on Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis over the last ten years, turning it into one of Austria’s most modern ski resorts. 80 percent of the pistes of this 450-hectare resort are equipped with snow-making facilities, guaranteeing skiing and snowboarding fun from December well into April.

With an extra dose of charm

The holiday destination of Fiss

Das Hotel Tirol liegt mittendrin in Fiss, Heimat von circa 1.000 Einwohnern. Dank des 600 Jahre alten Ortskerns mit seinen unverwechselbaren Hauseingängen versprüht Fiss in Tirol einen ursprünglichen Charme.

The Hotel TIROL is located at the heart of Fiss, home to a population of approximately 1,000. The 600-year-old centre of the village with its unmistakeable house entrances has retained its original charm, while offering all the amenities for a modern-day winter holiday in Tyrol. Visitors will appreciate the proximity to the lifts and the comprehensive entertainment and ski instruction programme for children, such as “Bertas Kindervilla” in “Bertas Kinderland” operated by the ski school of Fiss-Ladis at the Sonnenbahn middle station. For unbeatable thrills, head for the “Fisser Flieger” or the Skyswing that is bound to get your adrenaline pumping.

The “Fisser Flieger” is a flying apparatus similar to a hang glider and carries four passengers. It accelerates very quickly and races across the Möseralm at up to 80 km/h and up to 47 metres above ground. The Skyswing carries up to eight passengers and creates an amazing feeling of weightlessness. It offers three different levels of thrills, from light swaying to a full rollover.


The ski region Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis was awarded 4.8 out of 5 stars in 2023 by the world’s largest ski area test portal,

Ski depot and sports outfitters

The ski depot in Fiss that fulfils even the highest expectations

During your winter holiday in Fiss, forget about lugging your ski equipment from the hotel to the cable car lines and back.

Instead, there is a fast way from the car park to the ski depots (Schönjoch I, Schönjoch II, Edelweiß and Frommes) and to the valley station of the Schönjochbahn gondola lift. The buildings come with escalators and lifts for ultimate comfort. In total, there are 4,700 spaces available in Fiss for skis and snowboards as well as boots, helmets, gloves and poles.

Adventures in the Snow

Freestyle, Freeride, Powder, Fun Areas

Freestyle, Powder or Shredding – with a total of nine Fun Areas, Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is the perfect playground for all Freestylers.  Boredom doesn’t stand a chance! The set-ups consist of numerous kickers, boxes, rails, tubes and three airbags. If you prefer a gentler pace, head for the Fun Slope Area.
Freeride and Powder? Ten off-piste routes will make the hearts of any powder snow enthusiast beat faster. True to the motto “Feel Free”, Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis merges Snowpark areas with Freeride routes and the innovative Fun Slope into one enormous winter sports paradise that welcomes both beginners and experienced riders.

Waldbahn Trails

The Bikepark trails near the Waldbahn cable car line have been made fit for winter when they are used as ski trails. Several lines and variations of varying levels of difficulty are available.

Feel Free

For the latest information on the piste status of the Freeride routes:
Always remember: Safety first!

Board meetings galore

Fiss: a paradise for snowboarders

Boarder club near Fiss

The Boarder Club Is the perfect practice terrain for snowboarders. The Fun Area is designed in such a way that all Freestyle basics may be picked up safely, starting from easy obstacles such as small boxes & kickers all the way to an airbag. The Boarder Club is located in the immediate vicinity of Fiss and is visible far and wide thanks to its giant airbag.

Snowpark Fiss

The Snowpark Fiss is located on the north-facing side of Fiss and may be reached by the Schönjochbahn I and II gondola lifts. When you get off at the mountain station, the easiest way to get to the Snowpark Fiss and the Shredpark is to use the cat track on your right. This is the perfect destination for advanced snowboarders and freeskiers, offering a great mix of boxes, tubes and rails. The Snowpark Fiss also has kickers of varying sizes as well as a range of jib obstacles such as a scoop, tank, wallride and big airbag. A chill-out area with deckchairs is located right next to the airbag.

Progression Circus

The core element of this park is the large kicker line, where you can take off in style three times in a row – literally. The kicker line consists of three kickers with two jump-offs in different sizes, catering to the needs of pros as well as advanced riders. Next to the kicker line runs the rail line, inviting you to push yourself even further.

Shred Park

A line of boxes, tubes and rails, all waiting to be conquered! The Shred Park Fiss is located on the north-facing side of Fiss and may be reached by the Schönjochbahn I and II gondola lifts.

More information

Fun onboard

in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

Stiffy, Tweak, Mute Air or Frontside-Turn – whatever you get up to on your snowboard, the Ski Dimension of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is the perfect destination. Nice: extra-wide, fantastically groomed pistes for snowboarders, the permanent race and speed track, 9 different Fun Areas for snowboarders, 3 airbags and more than 100 obstacles.

10 Routes

For pure pleasure


Skyline – length 2 km, difference in altitude 600 m

The Skyline starts right at the top of the Frommes downhill run and leads over magnificent, multi-faceted Freeride slopes, most of them east-facing and with fantastic powder snow conditions.


Adlerroute – length 1.7 km, difference in altitude 350 m

The Adler route starts off about halfway down the Adler piste and takes you directly to the powder snow paradise of the Fisser Nordseite, next to a beautiful stone pine forest. Strong thighs are an absolute prerequisite for this route!


Kamikaze – length 2 km, difference in altitude 600 m

A hair-raising tour that starts off at the Almbahn mountain station (Crystal Cube), with a south-facing route that affords amazing views of the village of Fiss and the surrounding mountain panorama. At its steepest point, the route has a gradient of more than 70% before it joins the Kerbboden downhill run. On the Kamikaze route, Freeriders can expect pristine powder snow in winter and perfect firn during the spring.

Powder Nose

Powder Nose – length 2 km, difference in altitude 400 m

The Powder Nose route starts off at the Sattelbahn mountain station and takes you all the way to Möseralm. A route on the south-facing side of ski resort, with amazing deep-snow conditions and a magnificent panorama.

Moos route

Moos route – length 750 m, difference in altitude 280 m

This ambitious route starts at the mountain station of the Obere Scheidbahn and becomes more difficult as the season goes on and more moguls develop along the way! Before diving head-first into this Alpine adventure, take a minute to savour the stunning panoramic views of the highest points of the ski resort, the Masnerkopf and the Pezig.

Edelbach route

Edelbach route – length 1 km, difference in altitude 350 m

A beautiful route that starts at the Joch downhill run and takes you over snow-covered slopes all the way to the Königsleithe run. The route is wonderfully varied and offers heart-stopping view of the surrounding mountains and the village of Serfaus. The Königsleithe chairlift takes you back up to the start in comfort. Tip: Ideal for firn skiing during spring!

Schleifplatte route

Schleifplatte route – length 800 m, difference in altitude 300 m

Stay loose is the motto on this route with a maximum gradient of 78%, while still enjoying the ride! The Schleifplatten route branches off from the Obere Scheid downhill run, taking you on a south-east-facing steep slope before joining north-east-facing, wonderfully hilly terrain that calls for strong thighs.

Plansegg route

Plansegg route – length 1.1 km, difference in altitude 300 m

A great piste for beginners thanks to its low gradient. Just below the Plansegg chair lift is the perfect place to practise your turns. If you’re getting a bit tired, simply get on one of the adjoining regular pistes. The Plansegg route terminates at the bottom part of the Zanboden run.

Old Sattel

Old Sattel – length 2 km, difference in altitude 400 m

The route starts where the Sattelabfahrt branches off into the Gondeabfahrt run. Old Sattel promises an adventure-packed ride along the route of the old Sattelkopf lift, with lots of natural obstacles. If you still need more adrenaline, jump on the Fisser Flieger or the Skyswing!


Pezid route – length 650 m, difference in altitude 300 m

The Pezid route starts just a few metres past the Pezidbahn gondola lift (based on the Arrez Non-Stop downhill run). A stunning, extra-wide deep-snow slope that will hit the spot with any Freerider! As the route is northwest-facing, it is in use until well into the spring. The route rejoins the Arrez Non-Stop downhill run further down.

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