A journey of exploration though the snowy world of Tyrol
Winter hikes and snow shoe hikes in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
The first snowflakes are falling from the sky, winter magic fills the air, and active holiday guests love to spend their time on the powdery white winter hiking and snow shoe trails in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis – surrounded by snow-capped summits. Take a deep breath and let the journey of exploration through the snowy world of Tyrol begin!
Winter hiking trails in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
Let the picturesque winter hiking trails at the family resort of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis enchant you. Be it on the Almpromenade trail at 2,000 metres above sea level or on the Panorama Enjoyment Trail – you’ll have plenty of amazing holiday moments off the slopes as well.
Panorama Enjoyment Trail – a relaxing hike in Tyrol
Winter hiking connoisseurs, listen up: On the Panorama Enjoyment Trail, you can spend some wonderful moments in nature with a breath-taking view of the surrounding three-thousand-metre summits. Starting point is the Komperdell mid station. From there, you can hike to the Möseralmbahn top station. By the way: The trail can be hiked in the other direction too!
On your way from mountain station to mountain station, there’s a number of rustic huts, comfortable deckchairs and the Relaxation Pavilion where you can take a well-deserved breather and enjoy some Tyrolean culinary delights. After about 1.5 hours, you’ll arrive at your destination.
Winter hiking on the Almpromenade trail
All those who love to spend some time outdoors in nature and who want to experience winter to the fullest can go on a hike on the Almpromenade trail.
This 1.5-kilometre circular hike leads you from the Kinderschneealm around the nearby reservoir pond. Throughout the hike, various stations explain the history of skiing in Serfaus. That’s how the grown-ups can learn something in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis too – not just the little ones!
Afterwards: It’s time to kick back and soak up the sun! Around the reservoir pond, nostalgic hay sledges, ergonomic deck chairs, comfortable hammocks and cosy roofed wickers await – a relaxation area to unwind in winter.
Service checklist Winter hiking (Tirol Werbung).
Meditation Trail to the Hög Family Lights Chapel
A 450-metre-long trail featuring 7 sculptures artistically symbolises the “Lord’s Prayer.”
These sculptures were designed by Walter File, a local artist from Serfaus, who also designed the interior, the windows and the front door of the Hög Family Lights Chapel.
A romantic gem on the east bank of the Högsee, surrounded by tall trees, the Hög Family Lights Chapel.
A very modern chapel where people of all faiths are welcome.
Hög Family Lights Chapel
Those in search of tranquillity can enjoy a relaxing stroll to the little family lights chapel. This haven of peace of quiet is located on a small hill at the end of the reservoir. Special care has been taken in the Hög Family Lights Chapel project to focus on the many aspects of the family - a goal reflected in each of the structural elements and the artistic design of the chapel. All denominations and religions are welcome!
Flyer Hög Family Lights Chapel.
Snow shoe hiking in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
The snow is crunching underneath your feet, the air is crisp and clear and nature around you is sunk in hibernation. That means it’s the perfect time of the year for all those who want to trudge through a pristine winter landscape in snow shoes.
No wonder that snow-shoe hiking is increasing in popularity. Without the need for expert knowledge, you can head out and explore the beautiful white winter world. Be sure to check the current weather conditions and avalanche warnings ahead of every tour, though!
Or book a guided hike at one of the ski schools in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Experienced guides will accompany you on your tour through the Tyrolean mountains. That way you’re always on the safe side!
By the way: The equipment for a tour can be rented at all sports shops in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.
All snowshoe routes are available at a glance in our folder Winter hiking.
|kind of sport||name||length/duration||altitude|
|Muanesweg trail (Fallmied)||category: Winter walking||Muanesweg trail (Fallmied)||length/duration: 3.5km/1h||
|Almpromenade (Almpromenade trail)||category: Winter walking||Almpromenade (Almpromenade trail)||length/duration: 1.46km/0.75h||
|Gedirgeweg trail to Fiss||category: Winter walking||Gedirgeweg trail to Fiss||length/duration: 2km/1h||
|Hiking trail to Schönegg||category: Winter walking||Hiking trail to Schönegg||length/duration: 3.3km/1.5h||
|Waldweg trail to Schöngampalm||category: Winter walking||Waldweg trail to Schöngampalm||length/duration: 11.5km/3.5h||
|Waldweg nach Fiss (Waldweg trail to Fiss)||category: Winter walking||Waldweg nach Fiss (Waldweg trail to Fiss)||length/duration: 2.06km/1h||
|Six Senses trail||category: Winter walking||Six Senses trail||length/duration: 5.74km/4h||
|Wanderweg zur Frommes-Alp (Hiking trail to the Frommes-Alp)||category: Winter walking||Wanderweg zur Frommes-Alp (Hiking trail to the Frommes-Alp)||length/duration: 3.9km/1.5h||
|Pirates` Trail (Piratenweg)||category: Winter walking||Pirates` Trail (Piratenweg)||length/duration: 2.16km/1h||
|Waalweg trail to the Leithe Wirt||category: Winter walking||Waalweg trail to the Leithe Wirt||length/duration: 1.81km/0.75h||