The ski resort of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis in the Upper Inn Valley is a firm favourite with families. The facilities and slopes are designed with children and parents in mind, though there is also plenty of terrain for advanced and expert skiers.
Perched high above the Upper Inn Valley, in an area known as the Oberes Gericht, the three villages of Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis enjoy a fabulous location on a sunny plateau. In the winter months they join together to form one of the top family-friendly wintersports destinations in Tirol. The network of pistes extends from 1,200m all the way up to 2,828m and is mainly aimed at beginners and intermediate skiers, though the Pezid and Zwölferkopf mountains offer black runs and freeride routes. The resort's high altitude guarantees excellent snow conditions well into spring.
Snowboarders and freestyle skiers gather in the eight funpark areas, while racers will enjoy the two permanent race courses and beginners can take their first tentative turns on snow on the easy pistes at Plansegg and next to the mid-way station of the Sonnenbahn cable car. Families in particular will feel right at home in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. The team of childcare experts at the "Murmlikrippe" will be happy to look after babies and toddlers; children old enough to ski will find a practice area in Serfaus and Bertas Kinderland in Fiss.
And even if you should run out of energy, simply sit down and relax at one of the many chillout spots around the resort. Each sunny station has wooden recliners, lounge furniture and comfy hammocks. Each of the three villages has a selection of piste-side huts and restaurants serving food.