Skiing and snowboarding in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
Slowly gliding over the fine powder snow, enjoying the feeling of freedom and leaving all your everyday worries behind for a while. Surrounded by fresh mountain air, warm rays of sunlight and a view of the pristine natural landscape. Where can you experience that? In the Tyrolean Alps, of course – and more specifically, in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Hardly any other ski resort brings joy to skiers’ and snowboarders’ hearts quite like the high plateau. Come and experience the winter magic of this region first-hand!
LIMITLESS WINTER JOYS
214 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes – that’s what awaits you in the mountains of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. From easy slopes to black descents. Freeriding in the open terrain or freestyling at one of the six fun areas. And if you prefer a few leisurely laps on the freshly groomed cross-country trails, there is a 22-kilometre cross-country skiing route. On a snowboard or on two skis – there’s something for every taste!
Read more about the ski resort of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis here.
FAMILY SKIING IN TYROL
Look forward to never-ending ski joys! Sefaus-Fiss-Ladis not only entices winter sports enthusiasts with its typical Tyrolean charm but also with an endless list of activities and attractions for kids and adults. Lovingly-designed kids’ areas, three restaurants especially for children, childcare facilities and two ski schools offer the perfect conditions for an amazing family holiday.
More information about family holidays.
The slope highlights
Don’t miss out on the following slopes while on winter holiday in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis:
Carving slope: Winter sports fans who want to fine-tune their carving skills should definitely check out the Carving Slope – a wide and perfectly groomed slope. It’s located right by the “Lawensabfahrt” descent.
The speed track and 2 race tracks: Experience the ultimate thrill of speed and benchmark yourself against other skiers and snowboarders. Where? On the race tracks by the Lawensbahn chairlift in Serfaus and by the Schöngampbahn chairlift on the North Side of Fiss or on the speed track by the Zwölferbahn chairlift.
Skimovie slope: You want to feel like a professional skier and be captured on camera during a speedy descent? That’s possible on the Skimovie slope on the North Side of Fiss. Let the special cameras take a video of you on the parallel race track. Analyse your skills or send the video to your friends afterwards. And action!
Safety on and off the slopes
In order to prevent accidents and crashes with other winter sports fans while skiing, there are a few rules of conduct to abide by. They ensure safety on the slopes. For those who prefer descents in the open terrain – caution is of the essence as well!
The FIS code of conduct at a glance:
Number one rule on the slopes is to be considerate of others – behave in a way that doesn’t endanger anyone else!
Adapt your speed and manner of skiing or snowboarding to your personal ability and the prevailing conditions of the terrain, snow and weather as well as the density of traffic on the slopes.
Skiers and snowboarders approaching from behind must choose their route in such a way that they do not endanger people ahead.
Above, below, to the left or to the right – you’re allowed to overtake others on the slopes. However, you need to keep a safe distance to the overtaken skier or snowboarder.
Entering, starting and moving upwards: Whether you enter a ski slope, start again after stopping or move upwards on the slopes – look up and down the slopes to assure yourself you can do so without endangering others.
Stopping: Skiers and snowboarders should avoid stopping in narrow places or areas where visibility is restricted – unless absolutely necessary. After a fall in such a place, skiers and snowboarders must move clear of the slope as quickly as possible.
Ascent and descent: A skier or snowboarder who is ascending or descending on foot must keep to the side of the slope.
You must respect all signs and markings along the slopes.
In case of an accident, everyone is duty bound to assist.
Obligatory identification: If a crash happens, every person involved – witness, responsible party or not – must be able to present identification.
Together Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis and Recco want to take care of the security in the ski area.
The avalanche rescue system RECCO® is utilized worldwide to rapidly locate burials.
Tips for safe freeriding in the open terrain
Never enter the open terrain by yourself! Off the slopes, the so-called “buddy principle” applies. That means: You need to watch out for each other.
Inform yourself about the current avalanche warnings as well as snow and weather conditions ahead of your trip to the mountains. Sometimes it takes no more than a quick chat with locals.
Never enter the open terrain without an avalanche transceiver! Check your equipment for completeness and correct functioning.
Watch out for the avalanche hazard light signals and signs at the ski resort.
- Add the emergency number as well as the number of the incident room of the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis cable car companies to your phone contacts.
Curious now? Then go ahead and book right away! You’re only a few clicks away from spending your perfect holiday in the snow.
Overview of emergency numbers in Austria and in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
Fire brigade: 122
European emergency number: 112
Mountain rescue: 140
Piste rescue in Serfaus: + 43/5476/6203-319
Piste rescue in Fiss-Ladis: +43/5476/6396
Information hotline of the Komperdell cable car company (Serfaus): +43/5476/6203
Information hotline of the Fiss-Ladis cable car company: +43/5476/6396
Emergency App "SOS EU ALP"
The app is intended for nature lovers and amateur athletes in Tyrol who have a smart phone with iOS or Android operating systems.
This is the only emergency app that is connected directly to the control center Tirol.
The main functions in an emergency include:
- Automatic transmission of personal and location data (GPS coordinates) to the control center Tirol via the internet or SMS.
- Establishing a telephone connection to the control center Tirol.