Hiking in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Tyrol
An active summer holiday in Austria
The majestic mountain world that is Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis has a well prepared and well-marked network of hiking trails, totalling more than 500km in length. There’s something for everyone here, whether you’re a beginner or an accomplished mountain hiker.
There are so many different trails and they all lead to some of the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis holiday region’s most fascinating places. Panoramic hiking trails lead to breathtaking viewing spots, and pleasure walks will take you to some of the most wonderful mountain inns. Why not stop off at one of them along the way? Whether you drop in for a short pitstop or for a bit longer to truly relax, you can expect to find everything hikers in Tyrol might need – hearty snacks, regional delicacies and tasty treats from across the world. You can also unwind and top up on your energy for the return journey on one of the numerous sun terraces, surrounded by magnificent mountain views.
Experiencing the spectacular views from the local mountain summits at the end of your hike is well worth the effort. If you prefer to take things a little easier, you can take advantage of the unique “Alpine Shuttle” service, which consists of cable cars that link the entire network of panoramic hiking trails. There are also shuttle buses that will transport you to all locations on the sunny plateau, and the best thing about it is that the Super.Summer.Card. you receive when you check in makes each journey free of charge!
You can round off your memorable day hiking alongside stunning mountain backdrops in our wellness and spa area. Make the most of your hiking holiday in Tyrol!
NORDIC WALKING IN THE STUNNING TYROLEAN ALPS
The area surrounding our beautiful region of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis isn’t one of the most-loved Nordic Walking regions in the Alps for nothing. Here, a well-marked and perfectly prepared, 154km-long network of 20 special Nordic Walking trails await you. They are marked in a similar way to ski pistes – blue means an easy trail, suitable for beginners; a red trail requires a little more conditioning and experience hiking with Nordic Walking poles and black trails should only be attempted by proficient practitioners.
The ground on the plateau in and around Ladis is consistently easy to access. If you’d like to start straight away with one of the more challenging trails in one of the areas a little higher up, just take the convenient cable cars that are – thanks to the Super.Sommer.Card. – free of charge. There are also Nordic Walking poles available for you to hire at no charge from the four-star superior Alpine Resort Goies.