Winter Holidays at Your Ski Hotel in Ladis, Tyrol
Active and relaxed at the Alpine Resort Goies, your ski hotel in Tyrol
While the wintery landscape of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis glistens and gleams, the Tyrolean mountains around us tower into the clear blue sky. Their snow-capped summits make them appear even more magnificent and majestic.
On a skiing holiday in Tyrol, you can look forward to a genuine winter wonderland, with countless opportunities to enjoy your time in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis to the fullest. Our sunny location on the high plateau guarantees sunshine all day long, where other places are constantly in the shadow of the mountains.
A sport and activity paradise like no other awaits you in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Ski and snowboard on kilometre upon kilometre of pistes, as well as through exciting fun parks, or, why not try your hand at tobogganing or cross-country skiing (Langlauf)? A snowshoe hike along our well-marked hiking trails will allow you to explore Tyrol’s beautiful wintery countryside in such a unique way. Particular highlights are the “Fisser Flieger”, the Serfauser Sauser zipline, the Skyswing and other winter sports. If you love the snow, there’s definitely something for you in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.
SERFAUS-FISS-LADIS SKI RESORT: SKIING IN TYROL
The “Sonnenbahn Ladis” cable car, which will take you up into the heart of the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski resort, is only 80m away from the Alpine Resort Goies.
The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski resort, Tyrol’s ‘ski dimension’, is heaven on earth for winter sports fanatics. This is not only because the plateau receives the most sunshine of anywhere in Austria, rather, with its pristinely prepared pistes and incomparable snow guarantee it offers skiers of all ability levels everything they could desire for an exhilarating day on the mountain. At an altitude of between 1200 and 2820m above sea level, 212km of well-marked pistes stretch through this expansive ski resort.
The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis high plateau doesn’t just attract downhill skiers… cross-country skiing (Langlauf) enthusiasts of all ability levels flock here in their droves. Whether you’re a novice or a pro, whether you prefer classic Langlauf or skating, on our 116km of tracks, there’s something for everyone here! Snow cover is guaranteed on the Langlauf tracks in and around Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis and the tracks about 2000m up the mountain offer the perfect conditions as late as April. With Langlauf tickets (for the cable car), you can reach these tracks cheaply and conveniently.
Beginners can take an introductory Langlauf course at one of the many ski schools in Tyrol. The 26km trail up to the Schönganpalm, which takes you up to an altitude of about 500m, is particularly popular with ambitious visitors. Cross-country skiing in Tyrol is an experience not to be missed!
Skiing and Langlauf aren’t the only winter activities in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis… winter hiking is the perfect way for active types and nature lovers alike to explore the magical winter wonderland surrounding Ladis. Marvel at Tyrol’s magnificent mountain backdrop as you embark on a comfortable snowshoe hike. The large surface area of the snowshoes means that you’re less likely to sink into the snow, which makes the whole experience much more enjoyable.
Ask for a pedestrian ticket at the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis cable car and gain access to almost all cable cars in the area.
Tobogganing, Ice Games and Segway Trekking
In the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis region, winter sport doesn’t just mean skiing and snowboarding, as you’ll find out at the Take Off Center at the Serfaus Komperdell, where our guests can use a variety of fun sport equipment or rent a classic toboggan. You can look forward to a thrilling ride on the good 3½km-long toboggan run, with its waves, ramps, steep descents and five 90° corners. The other toboggan run, in Fiss, is also well worth a go! It starts out a little flatter, but later becomes a lot steeper and has a lot of sharp chicanes to manoeuvre your way through.
In sunny Ladis, however, ice skating and “Eisstockschiessen”, a variant of curling popular in our part of the world, are very much the order of the day. In a romantic location at the castle’s pond, you can put your skills to the test as you have a go at Eisstockschiessen (equipment must be rented).
Segway Trekking, which has meanwhile become popular throughout Austria, is also worth a try. Standing on a 4.7hp self-balancing electric scooter that reacts to shifts in body weight, you’ll have a whale of a time! After a30-minute introductory session, you may choose whether to undertake a 60-minute tour over the high plateau or tackle the 20-minute obstacle course.