Serfaus Fiss Ladis extends from an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level in Ladis up to 2,800 meters on the Masnerkopf in Serfaus. The ski area is therefore blessed with plenty of snow by virtue of its height. It is not quite able to match the generous levels of snowfall in nearby Arlberg, however, due to its more central location in the Alps. The ski area is largely south-facing – in December and January, this is certainly an advantage but as spring starts to set in, the runs here do tend to soften rapidly. If there is a shortage of the white stuff – no problem. A large part of the ski area can also be artificially prepared.