Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis: skiing for all in the sun
Ski resort:

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis in brief


Visit Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis for extensive skiing, challenging runs, the ‘Sky Swing’, paragliding and traditional villages.

Resort name:



Tyrol, Austria

Nearest airport:

Innsbruck Airport

Transfer time:

1 hr 15 mins (by car)


1,200 m to 1,400 m (resort), 1,200 m to 2,820 m (slopes)

Total ski runs:

212 km

Beginner runs:

47 km

Intermediate runs:

121 km

Advanced runs:

28 km


Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, hiking, tobogganing, ice skating, ice curling, paragliding, snowshoeing

Did you know?

Fiss holds a ‘bloch-pulling’ event every four years that involves the pulling of a 35 m stone pine trunk through the village, symbolising the ploughing of fields in readiness for spring. The festival was added to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage inventory for Austria in 2011.


Skiing in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis


Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is named for the three villages that make up the ski area, and is a fantastic destination for all kinds of ski breaks thanks to the wide variety of slopes and winter activities. It also gets a healthy dose of sunshine over the winter.


Highlights include the Lawens carving run, which offers more than enough space for those practicing their wide turns, as well as two permanent racecourses for speed freaks. The longest run in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis measures over 10 km, while those seeking some particularly exhilarating skiing will want to head to the Pezid Vertical, which has a gradient of 65%.


In Serfaus, the Komperdell ski area is the main starting point for many skiers, as many lifts can be accessed from here, and it’s possible to get to Fiss on your skis by taking the Sunliner gondola and skiing over to another lift that travels to the bowl above the village, with several runs to choose from on the last leg of your journey to Fiss.


Fiss has plenty of runs for intermediate skiers, although beginners can also take advantage of the gentler slopes both here and on the way to Ladis, which is merged with Fiss. Fiss is a small community that is just as popular as a summer destination as a winter one. Its history goes back to the presence of a Celtic tribe long before the Romans arrived and is now notable for upholding old Tyrolean traditions.


Ladis is another small community with a history going back to 1220. Its fate was intertwined with that of Fiss until around 1520. While Fiss and Ladis are still distinct villages, they are often mentioned in the same breath with reference to the ski and snowboard area. Families can take advantage of some great facilities in Fiss-Ladis, including children’s parks.



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