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Freeride Routes

Edelbachroute

Edelbachroute
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Length: 1000 m

Height difference: 350 m

Difficulty level: medium

This beautiful route leads you over snow covered hillsides from the slope Jochabfahrt to the slope Königsleitheabfahrt. This glorious hilly area offers a varied ride with a unique view on the surrounding mountains and the village Serfaus. Then, with the chair-lift Königsleithebahn, you can easily go back to the top and have another go at riding this medium route. In spring, it offers ideal firn riding conditions. 

Kamikaze

Kamikaze
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Length: 2.000 m

Height difference: 600 m

Difficulty level: difficult

You can find the starting point of the Kamikaze route at 2.600m, at the top station of the Almbahn (Crystal Cube). This 2.000m long route leads southward, offering a breathtaking view on the village Fiss and the surrounding mountains into the valley. Before merging into the run Kerbbodenabfahrt, the route’s steepest passage has a gradient over 70%. On the Kamikaze, freeriders will experience an amazing powder snow feeling in winter and perfect firn conditions in spring.

Powder Nose

Powder Nose
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Length: 2.000 m

Height difference: 400 m

Difficulty level: medium

The Powder Nose starts at the top station of the chair-lift Sattelbahn and leads up to the Möseralm. This route on the southern side of the skiing area guarantees on incredible deep-snow experience enriched with a superb landscape.

Old Sattel

Old Sattel
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Length: 2.000 m

Height difference: 400 m

Difficulty level: medium

This route begins at the junction of the chair-lift slope into the cable car slope. The Old Sattel offers an adventurous ride over natural obstacles along the old Sattelkopf ski lift’s slope. All those freeriders who still need more adrenalin at the end of the route, can swing themselves directly onto the Fisser Flieger or the Skyswing. 

Planseggroute

Planseggroute
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Length: 1150 m

Height difference: 300 m

Difficulty level: medium

Thanks to its low gradient, this route is most suited for those who want to try the freeride experience. Below the chair-lift Planseggbahn, you can easily enjoy riding in the snow – and if it gets too difficult, you can always go back to one of the adjacent slopes.  The Planseggroute ends in the lower part of the slope Zanbodenabfahrt.

Schleifplattenroute

Schleifplattenroute
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Length: 800 m

Height difference: 300 m

Difficulty level: difficult

This is the perfect route for ambitious freeriders! The maximal gradient of 78% means keeping one’s nerves but nevertheless enjoying the ride. Branching off from the slope Oberen Scheidabfahrt, the Schleifplattenroute leads you over a steep slope on the southwest side at first, and then turns south-east through a splendid, hilly area which will challange your thighs’ endurance.

Moosroute

Moosroute
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Length: 750 m

Height difference: 280 m

Difficulty level: difficult

This route starts at the top station of the Oberen Scheid Bahn and ends 280m below at the Moosbahn valley station. It is a very challenging route - especially during the season when it becomes a mogul slope. Before darting into adventure, take some minutes to admire the breathtaking view on the highest peaks of the ski area, the Masnerkopf and the Pezid! The Moosroute is another way to get to the ski area Masner!

Pezidroute

Pezidroute
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Length: 650 m

Height difference: 300 m

Difficulty level: difficult

The Pezidroute begins a few meters past the top station of the Pedizbahn (starting from the Arrez Non Stop run). Here you will find a wide, gorgeous deep snow slope, which will give all the freeriders a rush of adrenalin! On this northwest slope, you will be able to enjoy skiing outside the slopes until spring! At the end, the route rejoins the Arrez Non Stop slope.

Adlerroute

Adlerroute
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Length: 1.700 m

Height difference: 350 m

Difficulty level: medium

The Adlerroute starts at the middle of the slope Adlerpiste and leads you through a wonderful Swiss Pine wood directly into the powder paradise of Fiss’ northern side. Powerful thighs come in handy when tackling this ride.  


Skyline

Skyline
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Length: 2.000 m

Height difference: 630 m

Difficulty level: medium

The Skyline starts at the beginning of the Frommesabfahrt slope and leads through dreamlike and varied freeride routes. Those routes are aligned to the East and guarantee wonderful powder.