The Best Highlights for your Holiday in Ladis
Diversity, beauty, sun and pristine countryside!
The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis holiday region has a great deal of highlights, sure to make your holiday in Ladis a memorable one. Experience a magical sunrise at the summit of one of our mountains, Tyrol at its finest! Or check out what the summer fun park has to offer. Alongside the classic winter sport activities, there are so many other unforgettable holiday highlights for you to experience in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. What’s more, the Super.Summer.Card brings you even closer to everything!
Short excursion in the Tyrolean Oberland
Summit: Kaunertal glacial road (2750m) – toll road
Route: Ladis–Prutz–Feichten–Gepatschstausee and back (approx. 80km)
One of the most beautiful Alpine roads, which leads to an altitude of 2750m, right to the foot of the Kaunertal glacier, is really close by. This route, with its stunning Alpine panorama, is perfect for photographers… the magnificent Weissseespitze mountain is just one of the reasons to come here.
Summit: Piller (1558m), Hahntennjoch (1903m), Hochtannberg Pass (1679m), Bielerhöhe (2036m) and the Silvretta high Alpine road
Route: Ladis–Prutz–Piller–Wenns–Imst–Hahntennjoch–Lech Valley–Hochtannberg Pass–Walser Valley–Fontanella–Bludenz–Silvretta high Alpine road–Bielerhöhe–Paznaun Valley–Ladis (approx. 310km)
A steep, narrow and curvy road that takes you through the forest to Piller. At the top, stunning views over the Upper Inn Valley from Fliess to Ried await you. Then, continue over gentle sloping meadows on a two-lane road to Wenns in the Pitz Valley. The Hahntennjoch is a pass with relatively little traffic, also suitable for drivers less experienced with windy roads. The route takes you through the Lech Valley and the Great Walser Valley via Fontanella, on to Bludenz in Voarlberg and through the Montafon to the Silvretta high Alpine road – one of the prettiest Alpine routes there is! The tight curves are challenging for drivers, but they do make the tour interesting and eventful. The return journey takes you through the lovely Paznaun Valley – great fun for proficient drivers!
In South Tyrol (Italy):
Summit: Timmelsjoch high Alpine road (2474m) (toll road) and the Reschen Pass (1508m)
Route: Ladis–Sölden–Timmelsjoch–Passeiertal (I)–Meran (I)–Mals (I)–Nauders–Ladis (approx. 260km)
This 50km link between Austria and Italy is a hugely interesting route with lovely countryside along the way. NB: part of the route does take you through an unlit tunnel. This Alpine pass is well worth a drive! The return journey is a beautiful stretch that links North Tyrol (A) and South Tyrol (I), taking you through the Vinschgau on quite a busy road with lots to see, such as the Finstermünz fortress between Nauders and Pfunds, Naudersberg Castle and of course, the Reschen Lake with its famous sunken church steeple..
Summit: Flüela Pass (2383m)
Route: Ladis–Engadin–Susch–Flüela Pass–Davos–Julier Pass–St. Moritz–Engadin–Ladis (270km)
The Flüela is a relatively easy drive, very well constructed and generally accessible all year round. A lovely journey can be had on the Julier Pass and over the Engadin and back. As the Julier Pass was used by the ancient Romans, it is one of the oldest mountain passes in the Alps. There’s also lots to see here, such as the remains of the old Roman pillars and the majestic summits of Piz Platta, Piz Bernina and Piz Güglia. A fun drive and stunning views are guaranteed!
The Switzerland-Italy-Austria Tour
Summit: Stilfser Joch (2757m)
Route: Ladis–Reschen Pass–Nauders–Spondinig (I)–Stilfser Joch–Val Müstair (CH)–Ofenpass–Zernez (CH)–Schuls (CH)–Engadin–Ladis (approx. 180km)
Built in 1826, the Stilfser Joch is one of the most attractive high Alpine roads, and is the second highest Alpine pass after Col de l’Iseran in France. The southern side begins in Spondinig, Vinschgau. In the Sulden Valley, travel to Gomagoi (1256m). From here, the curves are numbered… only 48 until the top of the pass! The road then leaves the Sulden Valley and takes you into the Trafoibach Valley. The spectacular landscape never stops getting better, the road taking you along the foot of the Ortler (3905m). Continue through the Münster Valley and over the Ofen Pass towards Zernez and Susch. From there, carry on through the Engadin back towards Ladis – a route with stunning scenery!
He’ll take you to the Schönegg (approx. 1 hour walking time), where you’ll soon realise that the early morning was well worth it as those first rays of sunlight poke up from behind the surrounding mountains. A delicious mountain breakfast rounds everything off perfectly.
A holiday in the mountains, surrounded by idyllic countryside, the mountains glisten in the summer air, the birds tweet, the cows graze… and our guests zoom down the summer toboggan run, known as the “Fisser Flitzer”, at speeds of up to 45kph! No, a holiday in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis doesn’t have to be tranquil. Far from it! The attractions at the Summer Fun Park in Fiss are just a small sample of the many adventures you could have here. Alongside the summer toboggan run, which is 2.2m long, has an altitude difference of 370m and an incline of 13%; the “Skyswing” and the “Fisser Flieger” are sure to get your adrenaline pumping!
Something you could easily become addicted to… a feeling of weightlessness, that moment when centrifugal force and gravity stop affecting your body. The new “Skyswing” can hold up to eight people at once and can be ridden in three different levels (15%, 40% or 100% – with 15% being a light swing and 100% a complete cycle). There’s something for everyone.
The “Fisser Flieger” is a dragon-shaped ride that flies you down over the Alpine meadows. First, you’re pulled up the cable backwards at a speed of 40kph. When you get to the top, you better hold on to your hats as you fly back down at 80kph at heights between 8m and 47m. The feeling of really flying is enough to keep your knees trembling for a while afterwards! Check out the Summer Fun Park Fiss website for more information.
Are you an adrenaline junkie, looking for a real adventure on your action-packed holiday in Ladis? You’re sure to find it on a canyoning or rafting trip!
White-water rafting combines exhilarating rapids with gentler, more leisurely courses, making for a thrilling all-round experience. But never fear! You can rest assured that every effort is taken to ensure your safety.
You don’t need to have done it before – a short introductory lesson and off you go!
Canyoning is also enough to get the heart pumping. From narrow streams to uniquely audacious courses through mountain gorges, the side valleys of the Upper Inn Valley offer something for all practitioners of this wet sport. A love of being active, a thirst for adventure and hiking boots or sport shoes you don’t mind getting wet are all you need to have the time of your life here!
Check out the website of the organiser, H₂O Sport & Adventure in Ried.
he flying area above Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is held in high esteem by paragliding experts, not just due to the beautiful views of the Ötztal Alps and the Samnaun Group, rather also because of the excellent thermal updrafts and the perfect conditions ensured by our 2,000 hours of sunshine each year.
Swoop through the crystal clear mountain air and see the magnificent mountain backdrop from a completely different perspective. If you don’t have a licence yourself, that shouldn’t stop you from experiencing this unforgettable sensation. Join a qualified paragliding pilot on a tandem flight and enjoy the feeling of really flying while they handle the controls. You can find more information about paragliding in Tyrol on the local tourism association website.
The forest rope park in the middle of this beautiful pine forest is 900m long and has varying difficulty levels, reaching heights of 14m. Helmeted and strapped into your climbing belt, you can move from platform to platform and test your agility.
More information about the forest rope garden can be found on the X-Trees website, here.
Fiss-Ladis has multiple model airfields and plays host to the annual model aircraft festival in mid-July. Moreover, the “International Flying Circus” also makes Fiss-Ladis a true haven for model pilots.
Perfect local flying conditions and an excellent infrastructure make the entire experience a pleasant one. You can get to the Schönjöchl quite conveniently with the cable car, and the starting area is not 10 minutes from the mountain station.
Don’t forget your proof of insurance before you start out! You won’t be allowed to fly if you don’t have it to hand. Click on www.flying-circus.de for more information about flying model aircraft in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.
Extraordinary mountain romance, fascinating customs and traditions, autumn hikes and a true culinary treat. All this and more awaits you during “Culinary Autumn” in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. For many, autumn is a time of relaxation and peace, an opportunity to grab those last few rays of warm sun before the snow sets in. Experience a magical Alpine autumn for yourself! The “Culinary Autumn” in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis takes place between mid-September and mid-October and features exciting events that all can enjoy.
You can read more on the local tourism association website.
Gather, feast and be merry! See Tyrol from its deliciously friendly side. Here, you can look forward to traditional delicacies and local craftsmanship. A cosy place to meet for some mulled wine or punch and to listen to live music with the majestic Laudeck Castle in the background… a romantic winter’s day guaranteed!
An event for the young and young at heart with excellent figure skating performances from the Tyrol Ice Skating Federation’s best up and coming skaters, a party and a fire show at the castle pond.
Ticket for the show, incl. return cable car journey: Adults € 15 | Teens € 12.50 | Children € 10
Evening ticket, incl. show, night ski and night tobogganing: Adults € 20 | Teens € 17 | Children € 14
Special culinary creations in the ski lounge, in the Lassida restaurant and on the sport pasture, as well as in the Komperdell panoramic restaurant.
Komperdell train: 6-11pm (last summit trip at 10:30pm)
Village train: until 11:30pm
You’ll be spoilt with delectable dishes in the Möseralm and Sonnenburg mountain restaurants, or in the Nightflow VIP Lounge. The “Fisser Flieger” and “Skyswing” also provide excellent amusement.
Ticket for the show, incl. return cable car journey (night ski and Nightflow show): Adults € 15 | Teens € 12.50 | Children € 10