Although Serfaus Fiss Ladis is the family ski area, advanced skiers will also find seemingly endless terrain to explore. Of the almost 200 kilometres of slopes, only around a quarter are marked as easy. The majority of the runs are intermediate and there are also some really challenging trails to discover too. Since the ski areas Serfaus and Fiss merged over 10 years ago, the ski area has been the ideal destination for skiers who like to rack up the mileage. It certainly takes some time to travel from the Masnergebiet in Serfaus in the west to the Almbahn and Zwölferkopf on the Fiss north side. The runs on the Fiss north side are a real challenge. In particular, the “Adlerpiste” (no. 29) and the “Zwölfer” both require some serious skill to navigate. One of the most beautiful runs in the region, the “Frommes-Abfahrt”, starts on the Fiss north side at the Schöngampbahn mountain station. This 10-kilometre run, which descends some 1,200 vertical meters, requires major stamina! Here, similar to the entire north side, there are also plenty of opportunities to explore off-piste. Ensure that you don’t overlook the runs from the 2,596 m Zwölferkopf down onto the other side either. The names alone “Diretissima” and “Kamikaze” tell you all you need to know about the skill level required for circumnavigating these trails.
On the Serfaus side, there are also specific runs aimed at advanced riders. From the Komperdellalpe you get a great view of the black-marked “Lazid Nord” and “Lazid X-Dream”. From Pezid (at 2,770m), there is also a long steep run (“Pezidabfahrt”, no. 143) as well as an off-piste trail down to the Pezidbahn and Moosbahn lifts. The Masnergebiet is also well suited to a jaunt through the backcountry. All in all, Serfaus Fiss Ladis is ideally equipped for keeping even the most demanding of skiers happy for days on end.