Skiing holiday in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
The hotel next to the cable car in Fiss offers the ideal starting point
From the 4-star Hotel s'Röck Fiss, the hotel next to the Fiss cable car, you have direct access to Tyrol's ski dimension. Guaranteed snow, 110 kilometres of cross-country ski runs, fun parks, numerous toboggan runs and winter hiking trails await you. 190 of the total 214 perfectly groomed kilometres of pistes are covered with snow and can therefore be skied all winter long without any problems. 67 state-of-the-art lifts take you from 1,200 to 2,820 m with breathtaking panoramic views of the Alps. With a transport capacity of 90,000 persons/hour, short waiting times & optimal skiing pleasure are guaranteed. The sunny resort of Fiss with its over 2,000 hours of sunshine per year and we at the Skihotel s'Röck offer you pure holiday pleasure and relaxation. Skiing in Fiss is probably the most popular winter sports activity on the sunny plateau. How could it be otherwise with the panorama and the top piste offer! The ski school in Fiss is one of the best in Tyrol, and the children's ski courses are great fun for the little ones.
- Kinderschneealm Serfaus
- Berta's Kinderland Fiss-Ladis
- Adventure trails for children
- Children's snowmobile course
- Fisser Flyer
- Serfauser Sauser
- Z1 Zwölferkopf Viewing platform at Zwölferkopf
- P1 Pezid Viewing platform on Pezid
- 19 feel-good stations
- Adventure Night, Nightflow and Magic Ladis
Freestylers enjoy the freedom of skiing in the Snowpark Areas with freeride routes and the innovative Fun Slope. Professionals and also beginners come to enjoy a rich snow park offer. A total of 8 fun areas, 3 airbags and over 100 obstacles make up the winter sports paradise in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Whether beginner or experienced rider, in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis every athlete has the free choice.
This is the best carve turn school and, above all, skiing on the moguls makes a lot of fun. The unprepared terrain is a true dream for freeride junkies. But even beginners in mogul skiing will quickly learn to use the legs as "shock absorbers" and find fun on the uneven track.