A relaxing holiday with dog
holiday with dog in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
Dogs can also spend a relaxing holiday in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis regardless of the season and enjoy the may hiking trails with beautiful, scenic views. Many walking trails are equipped with sufficient dog stations. Numerous streams and lakes also invite you to linger and cool off. So that you can also enjoy a relaxing holiday with your dog, you must pay attention to a few rules so as not to disturb other guests and locals.
Here you will find many useful tips for a holiday with your four-legged friend.
Please consider the following guidelines
Dogs on agricultural land
Please clean up after your dog. Dog faeces can contaminate our pastures and animal feed, putting our livestock at risk of parasitic infections.
Only take your dog to agricultural land, not to high pastures
Dogs on mountain pastures
Keep your dog ample distance from grazing animals.
Avoid letting you dog come into close proximity to mother cows and their calves. It is the mother’s instinct to protect their calf from harm.
Dogs on hiking trails
Look ahead as you walk. If your dog is about to encounter a jogger, cyclist etc., please put the lead on and keep your dog by your side. Remember, fast movements may encourage your dog to run.
Dogs at the forest
Keep your dog on a lead. Dogs with strong hunting instincts must be kept on a lead. In case of any incident with a forest animal, please inform the forest ranger in charge immediately.
Encounter with people
Keep the dog close to your person and fit the lead. In larger crowds, put the dog back on the lead, and if necessary, put on a well-fitting muzzle. Go out of the other person’s way, keep a distance or let the dog sit. Never leave dogs unattended with children.
Encounter with other dogs
Avoid face-to-face encounters between dogs on a tight leash – it’s better to pass the other individual with some separation distance between the dogs. If dogs are incompatible with other dogs, keep sufficient distance, move quickly or avoid. When meeting dogs without a leash, make sure that no one is harassed. Only dogs that heed calls from their owners are allowed to run free.
Compulsory lead and muzzle
According to the law of the Tyrolean state police, leads and/or muzzles are required in the following areas
Compulsory lead and muzzle
- Bottom stations
- Waiting areas
- Hikers' bus/Public transport
- At all playgrounds and adventure areas
- Public areas at crowds
Compulsory lead or muzzle
- All (winter) hiking trails and steep tracks
- On all cross-country skiing trails
Please use the bags provided at our numerous Dog Stations for waste disposal. These stations with bag dispensers and rubbish bins can be found throughout the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis region.
We ask that you do not simply throw the bags anywhere or leave dog excrement lying around. Dog droppings can contaminate the flora in the farmers’ meadows and put their livestock at risk of parasitic infections.
Cable car ticket
|Contribution to expenses for the transport of your beloved four-legged friends||per day||8 days||Season|
Transport for assistance dogs (e.g. guide dogs) is free of charge - however, a ticket for inspection must be picked up at the cable car ticket offices.
|Winter 2022/23||1 day||8 days||Season||Year|
Transport for avalanche dogs and assistance dogs (e.g. guide dogs) is free - but a ticket for inspection must be picked up at the cable car ticket offices.