17.01.2022 - Press news
Winter sports holidays in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis: where we have plenty to offer
Slope tours: The safe choice for ski touring
More and more on-piste skiers are realising that the slopes are not just made for going downhill, but also uphill as well. And not just novices, who want to find out more about the sport and the material, but also ambitious alpine touring enthusiasts wanting to pursue their training quickly and easily. Slope tours are also a safe option for ski tourers with little experience or when critical avalanche conditions prevail. The well-signposted slope tours in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski resort wind in and out of quiet woodland.
Freeride runs: Signposted powder snow adventures for everyone
Insiders have known about this for ages: Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is one of the top ski resorts in the Alps. At between 1,200 and 2,828 metres, the slopes are sure to have snow. And off-piste skiers will even find twelve officially marked off-piste routes with all levels of difficulty. Younger skiers who want to do more than just whiz down the slopes will love this in particular: freeride novices can gain their first experiences off-piste on the powder runs and get to enjoy the deep snow without any worries. Finding your way is really easy; you just have to follow the perfectly signposted routes until you return to one of the slopes. Our tip: Take a look at www.feelfree-sfl.at/en which showcases twelve different routes.
Racy winter dreams: Crisp slopes and long descents
No question, alpine skiing is an important part of winter holiday. In Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, downhill racers can let off steam on 214 kilometres of the best prepared slopes at all levels of difficulty. Endurance skiers and snowboarders, for example, can try their hand at the Frommes descent, which, at a length of around ten kilometres, is one of the longest slopes in Austria. Those who love it black and crisp can put their skills to the test on a total of 27 kilometres of black runs. With an average gradient of 70 percent, the Pezid-Vertikal or Direttissima descents really make you sweat.
Classic or skate cross-country skiing: Glide through the winter landscape with gusto
The peace and quiet amidst the enchanting winter landscape of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is a delight to those who don't fancy the hustle and bustle of the slopes. The high sunny plateau offers cross-country ski enthusiasts of all ages the best snow conditions and 52 kilometres of varied cross-country trails and routes. Whether classic or skate cross-country skiing - the routes can be used with both techniques, with the exception of the Moos slope, which is only suitable for skate cross-country skiing. Our tip: The 8.4 km long high-altitude slopes not only offer a unique cross-country skiing experience at up to 2,000 metres above sea level, but also a great view of the impressive Tyrolean mountain peaks.
Fun Areas: Where freestylers feel right at home
Skiers and snowboarders who love daring jumps, acrobatic slides and hair-raising spins can really let off steam in the Fun Areas. Whether you are looking for kickers, boxes, tubes, rails or jibs – the Tyrolean winter sports paradise has the matching obstacle for every freestyler. Advanced riders show their mettle in the Progressive Circus on the Kicker Line and get to take off three times in a row even without a pilot's license. Experienced freestylers love the Freestyle Circus in Serfaus or the Snowpark Fiss. A touch more leisurely and perfect for novices are the Sun Park and Shred Park. The butter boxes, rails and small to medium-sized jumps provide the perfect introduction to the freestyle experience.
Cool: Winter sports in all facets
Even though Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis has several toboggan runs, nobody should miss out on the new bewitched toboggan run in Fiss, which runs parallel to the Witches‘ Trail. Four kilometres long and three metres wide, the natural toboggan run makes sure you have enough space for some great tobogganing. And if that's not enough of a change from classic winter sports, you can perform your laps on the ice-skating rink on the castle pond in Ladis instead of on the slopes. Both big and small skaters can be found there delightfully performing their pirouettes.
For further information about the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis holiday region, about the precautions and measures surrounding the ongoing Covid situation, as well about the SFL-cancellation guarantee, head to www.serfaus-fiss-ladis.at/en.
“We are family!” – so the motto goes for the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis holiday region in Tyrol. This is because the mountains here don’t just have something to offer adults, but also children. The three mountain villages of Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis, each one steeped in history, lie on a sunny high plateau above Tyrol’s Upper Inntal valley, and are surrounded by the striking mountain peaks of the Samnaun mountain range and the Ötztal Alps. Located between 1,200 and 2,828 metres above sea level, the holiday region provides all guests with the best conditions for an eclectic winter holiday like no other. Activities for winter sports enthusiasts. Amazing variety for the whole family. Adventure for lovers of action. Astonishing panoramas for appreciative souls. Attractive food and drink for gourmets.
- Website Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
- Slope tours in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
- Website www.feelfree-sfl.at/en
- Skiing and snowboarding in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
- Cross-country skiing in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
- Freestyle paradise
- Bewitched toboggan run in Fiss
- Ice skating on the castle pond
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