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Over the last 10 years, Serfaus Fiss Ladis has established itself as perhaps the world’s best ski area for families. Carving out this niche has really paid off. Surprisingly, the Tyrolean ski...

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  • Great variety of slopes for advanced skiers
  • Guaranteed to have great snow
  • Great value for money
  • Lots of easy terrain
  • Modern Lifts
  • Good Après-Ski
  • Designated areas for children
  • Great variety of slopes

    Serfaus Fiss Ladis – One of the world’s best ski areas!

    Over the last 10 years, Serfaus Fiss Ladis has established itself as perhaps the world’s best ski area for families. Carving out this niche has really paid off. Surprisingly, the Tyrolean ski area is not only a popular destination for families but also racers, freeriders, freestylers and après ski fans. In other words, focusing on families has not meant it suffering in popularity among other groups. Our test report underlines the area’s all-round qualities, awarding high scores in every category.

    The best way to get to Serfaus Fiss Ladis is either via the Inntal motorway or through the Arlberg Tunnel. The resort is only around 20 minutes from Landeck. Uniquely, Serfaus is a car-free zone. You either have to park at the edge of town or at the hotel – this short journey is permitted. And, believe it or not, the best form of transportation in Serfaus is actually the subway! That’s right, this small mountain ski resort has its own subway! The train runs underground on an air cushion, is free-of-charge and travels from the outskirts of the town via the church and Raiffeisenkasse to the lift station. In contrast, cars are permitted in Fiss and Ladis – although traffic is also restricted.

    The region is highly diverse. In addition to the large ski area and its 196 kilometres of runs, visitors can also make use of the many cross-country ski routes, sled tracks and snowshoe trails. If you need something a little more white-knuckle then why not give the “Fisser Flieger” on the Möseralm or the “Skyswing” a try – think all the thrills of a theme park in the midst of a stunning mountain landscape! Nevertheless, the main reason to visit is most definitely the ski area, which is blessed with plenty of sun thanks to its south-facing orientation. Over 60 lifts span the area between Serfaus in the west and Ladis in the east. The large children’s areas in Serfaus (Kinderschneealm) and Fiss (Bertas Kinderland) in particular have made a name for themselves in recent times. But it’s not only families that love coming to this part of the world. The mountains here are perfectly suited to freeriding, while gourmets will certainly enjoy the numerous lodges spread across the mountains. In addition to culinary highlights like the Ski Lodge in Serfaus, there are also numerous traditional mountain huts which serve an excellent standard of Tyrolean fare. The region is perfectly set up for hosting skiers and snowboarders, and you have to look very hard to find any weaknesses. It’s certainly no surprise to us that this ski area has been considered among the world’s elite for some time now.

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    Buenaldo (Age: 46-50)
    Skill: Advanced • in Jan 2018
    Travelled as: Group
    Great and varied ski resort
    Great and varied ski resort, great offer of pistes and huts, special highlights--the first track and the Adventure night, rounded off by the great and friendly staff in the village and on the huts
    Volker (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2018
    Travelled as: Family
    A great ski resort for families
    We were with family for many years over Easter in Fiss. Even in the years when Easter was late, most of the pistes were quite mobile. In the afternoon, however, it was necessary to adjust to Sulz s... Read complete review
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    Elodie (Age: 18-25)
    Skill: Pro • in Feb 2018
    Travelled as: Family
    Great for the skis and for the mind!
    We have been coming to Fiss for 10 years and are completely satisfied. Together with Serfaus, there is a huge ski area where you can spend a whole week even after 10 years.
    Lea (Age: 46-50)
    Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2018
    Travelled as: Couple
    Grand Ski Resort
    It is a fantastic ski resort. Slopes for each level. Black pistes are also black slopes. Good value for the price. Hospitable, courteous and very swiftly
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    Heike (Age: 46-50)
    Skill: Advanced • in Jan 2018
    Travelled as: Group
    Best Ski Resort
    Very nice, large and varied ski area. Great huts. Super lifts. Nice staff.
    Felix Fischedr (Age: 14-18)
    Skill: Pro • in Dec 2017
    Travelled as: Family
    After 10 years Serfasu
    Torsten (Age: 46-50)
    Skill: Advanced • in Dec 2017
    Travelled as: Family
    Perfect for (Large) families
    Serfaus is an ideal family skiing area, hardly any cars, short distances (to the need with Subway), Great ski school, semi-snow assured...
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    MaBa (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Dec 2017
    Travelled as: Family
    The family area
    The best ski huts in the Alps-but Apres ski is MauChildren like experts come to their expense
    Iulia Patru (Age: 31-35)
    Skill: Advanced • in Nov 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Excellent the first time so we had to go back
    Micky Mouse (Age: 46-50)
    Skill: Advanced • in Nov 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Recovery
    Since it is the largest part of car free, you can totally switch off. Friendly people, comfortable from the ski depot to the lift facilities.
    Jan Frederic Müller (Age: 31-35)
    Skill: Advanced • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Sprawling region
    I like the great variety of pistes. Times in the Nadelwand, sometimes glacier-like. The area stretches very far and it focuses not only on a small one. I like that very much!
    David Novak (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Couple
    Very wide and varied, with Masner very snow-proof
    In any case, outstanding, despite small weaknesses. Especially suitable for families, beginners and advanced skiers.
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    Yannick (Age: 14-18)
    Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    The best thing for families.
    In March/April mostly very bad snow conditions but for this a very large ski area. The railways/huts and places are very family friendly. However, anyone who places much on Apres ski has nothing to look for.
    Bernie Ski
    Bernie Ski
    Skill: n.V. • in Dec 2015
    Travelled as: n.V.
    Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis-a ski resort on the sunny side: Tyrol's ski-dimension offers pistes for every skier who loves to sweep over pistes. From beginner's slopes in the area of Komperdell,   Möseralm ... Read complete review
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