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Tyrol's 'ski dimension' 1200 – 2800 m

Tyrol’s ‘ski dimension’, which was created from the merger of the skiing areas in Serfaus and Fiss-Ladis, is a major skiing area extending from 1,200 m to 2,800 m above sea level and offers much more than just a dual ski pass.
 
Pistenplan Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
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The sunny plateau Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis offers an ideal range of slopes for beginners, experts and for the whole family:
Wide slopes with a lot of space – also for carving! – enable you to enjoy skiing at all levels of difficulty. 
 
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Information & facts:

  • 214 skiable kilometres of slopes - 162 metric kilometres of slopes
    460 hectares
  • 68 modes of transportation
  • 80 % of pistes with artificial snow
  • 30 kilometres of cross-country ski runs (8,4 kilometres at 2,000 meters above sea level)
  • 22 kilometres cross-country routes
  • 10 kilometres of tobagganing runs
  • 90,000 people can be transported per hour
  • modern cable lift technology
  • funpark
  • Take-Off Snow & Fun Center
  • permanente racing slopes
  • carving slopes
  • moguls
  • Tubing Park
  • Fisser Flieger
  • Skyswing
  • Serfauser Sauser
  • P1 Pezid 2,770 m (Observation deck)
  • Z1 Zwölferkopf 2,600 m (Observation deck)
  • Kids’ worlds
  • Kinderschneealm - Serfaus Snow-Play World for children
  • Kids’ snowmobile course.