The smallest of the three villages Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis, which join forces in winter to form the ski resort Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, the pretty village of Ladis is ideal for ski and snowboard enthusiasts in search of excellent slopes combined with peace and quiet. The pistes in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, which lie between 1200 and 2820 metres above sea level, are ideal for wintersports enthusiasts of all abilties and are connected by almost 70 lifts and cable cars, from Ladis in the east to the Masnerkopf mountain in the west with its fantastic views. The resort Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is particularly popular among families with children.
Ladis is the most child-friendly and beginner-friendly of the three villages. The Fidriollift, for example, is the perfect place for those taking their first tentative turns on snow. Right next to it is the bottom station of the Sonnenbahn cable car, which takes visitors up to the village of Fiss. Half-way between the two there is a large children's and beginners' area known as Bertas Kinderland. Facilities include twelve conveyor-belt lifts, a race course, a snowtubing run, a family restaurant and, of course, Berta's Kids' Funpark with rollers, jumps and boxes. The pistes back to Ladis and to nearby Fiss are rated blue and ideal for beginners and children.
Those who fancy a spooky adventure can visit the "Fisser Höhlenwelt" by the Möseralm piste. Children and parents are invited to ski through this adventure trail with bears, creepy figures, monkeys swinging from the trees, icicles and even a burning barn. There is also a ski kindergarden in Ladis where a team of childcare experts look after children aged 3 months and above.
Most of the more challenging pistes can be found on the slopes above Fiss and Serfaus. For example, take a ride on the Möseralmbahn or the Komperdellbahn into the high mountains and drink in the fabulous views at the top. With three funparks, a skimovie run and lots of excellent off-piste terrain, advanced and expert skiers are spoilt for choice. Dotted across the resort are around 25 cosy huts, three family restaurants and plenty of slopeside après-ski bars.