The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis hiking area

The hiking region around Serfaus offers hikes at all levels of difficulty. Families with prams can discover the pleasures of our mountain world just as proven experts, for whom there’s no such thing as an impossible ascent.

The sunny plateau of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is one of the most beautiful hiking regions in the Tyrol. A ride on the cableway also makes it easy to reach the starting points for challenging high-altitude hikes with quite unforgettable views. A great example of what we mean is the hike along the ridge from the Fisser Joch to the Kölnerhaus.

3.000 m peaks & glaciers in the palm of your hand ...

Go mountaineering and conquer the 3.000 m peaks of the Furgler (3.004 m above sea level) and the Hexenkopf (3.035 m above sea level) as well as the fascinating world of the inner-Alpine glaciers (e.g. the Weißseeferner in the Kaunertal valley). Over 50 hiking trails around the region’s sunny plateau are superbly signposted, and an amazingly precise hiking map gives adventurous ramblers all the information they need.

Themed hikes and outings ...

Did you also know that the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis region also offers great opportunities for going on so-called themed hikes? - Discover the Springs Trail, the Marmot Path and the highly mysterious "Enchanted Way", etc ...

High Alpine tours ...

Of course we also offer plenty of guided tours into high Alpine terrain. Our mountain and hiking guides are there to ensure your safety.

Take your time and enjoy the fresh air and wonderfully diverse landscape of the Tyrolean mountain world. Escape from the cares and stress of everyday life. Feel rejuvenated on outings through unspoilt natural surroundings with breathtaking views of our amazing mountains.

Recommended links:
Interactive hiking map

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