Powder snow and endless fun
Freeriding in the mountains of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
Adventures on pristine descents and skiing fun at its best off the groomed slopes – if that’s what you’re looking for, you should come to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis! Twelve diverse freeride routes, three trails and three info points await you. Time to feel free!
Freeride routes for ultimate powder fun
Perfect powder snow and pristine descents. Adrenaline kicks and a stunning alpine panorama. Feeling at one with nature. Experience and winter dream come true on a total of twelve freeride routes in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis!
If you love diversity, you should take the two-kilometre Skyline route. Thanks to its eastward orientation, it offers incredible snow conditions. In the mood for a ride through a pine forest? On the 1.7-kilometre Adlerroute (eagle route), you’re surrounded by the powder snow paradise of the North Side of Fiss. Plenty of thigh strength is definitely an advantage!
With a 70 per cent downhill gradient, the Kamikaze route really lives up to its name. Powder feeling at its best! At 2,600 metres above sea level, you can enter the route right at the Almbahn top station. An exceptional view of the village of Fiss and the surrounding mountains of Tyrol are the icing on the cake when it comes to this route.
Freeride tip: On the Schleifplattenroute, freeride pros get exactly what they bargained for. A gradient of 78 per cent equals pure adrenaline! This challenging route leads you down the upper Scheidabfahrt descent and then branches off to the south-eastern steep slope. On the north side, it fades into beautifully undulating terrain. A high level of fitness and endurance are required!
An absolute must – not just in summer: the Waldbahn trails! Morning Glory, Milky Way or Strada del Sol: The three Bike Park trails promise endless freeride fun in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. In winter, too! Perfectly groomed, the lines can be ridden based on level of skill.
The right equipment is essential!
There are some essentials every freerider needs: a shovel, an avalanche transceiver, a probe, a first-aid kit and, of course, a helmet.
Safety first! Check the current avalanche warnings ahead of every ride and never go out into the open terrain by yourself.
And if you’re still unsure: The ski schools offer freeride courses as well. Perfect for all those who want to experience the feeling of freedom off the slopes and fine-tune their technique.