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12 freeride routes, 3 trails and 3 feel free info points


Snow-covered slopes, beautiful terrain and varied lines ensure wonderful off-piste fun in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. The total of 12 routes with different lengths, slopes and terrain conditions make the hearts of all freeriders beat faster. There are also three trails at the Waldbahn, which provide additional action and adrenaline kicks. The status of the freeride routes and the avalanche warning level can be viewed at any time at the Feel Free Info Points in the ski area.

You can find the Feel Free Info Points at the top station of the Lazidbahn, at the top station of the Sattelbahn / Königsleithebahn and at the top station of the Schönjochbahn.

You can find the live status of our freeride routes and trails here (the status is updated every 5 minutes).


Slope number 29

Location: Middle of the Adlerpiste (Almbahn)
Length: 2,000m
Difference of altitude: 350m

The Adlerroute starts at the middle of the Adlerpiste and leads you through a wonderful pine forest directly into the powder paradise of Fiss’ northern side. You need powerful thighs to tackle this ride.


Slope number 82

Location: Jochabfahrt
Length: 1,300m
Difference of altitude: 519m

This wonderful route leads from the Jochabfahrt over deeply snow-covered hills to the Königsleitheabfahrt. The rugged terrain offers varied rides with a unique view on the surrounding mountain world and the village of Serfaus. By taking the Königsleitebahn, you can easily reach the start of this route of medium difficulty and go for a second ride. In spring, this route offers ideal firn conditions.


Slope number 57

Location: Almbahn top station
Length: 1,300m
Difference of altitude: 600m

You can find the starting point of the Kamikaze at the top station of the Almbahn (Crystal Cube) at 2,600m. This 2,000m long route leads southward, offering a breathtaking view on the village Fiss and the surrounding mountain world into the valley. Before merging into the Kerdbodenabfahrt, 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.


Slope number 47

Location: below the Kuhalm
Length: 4,400m
Difference of altitude: 250m

Virgin snow fans can enjoy pristine powder on the red Kuhalmroute in Fiss. The short deep-snow run starts below the eponymous mountain restaurant. 


Slope number 139

Location: Obere Scheidbahn top station
Length: 900m
Difference of altitude: 267m

This route starts at the top station of the Obere Scheidbahn and ends at an altitude of 267m above sea level at the Moosbahn bottom station. This route is very challenging, especially when it turns into a mogul slopes during the season. Before heading off into an adventure, enjoy the splendid panoramic view from the highest points of the ski region – the Masnerkopf and Pezid. Moreover, the Moosroute leads you right into the masner ski area.

Old Sattel

Slope number 69

Location: Junction Sattelabfahrt and Gondeabfahrt
Length: 800m
Difference of altitude: 400m

This route starts at the junction of the Sattelabfahrt and Gondeabfahrt. The Old Sattel Route guarantees an adventurous ride alongside the old lift track of the former Sattelkopflift T-bar lift over natural obstacles. Freeriders - still craving for adrenaline after this route - can go for a final ride with the Fisser Flieger or Skyswing.


Slope number 144

Location: Pezidbahn top station
Length: 800m
Difference of altitude: 167m

The Pezidroute begins a few meters behind the top station of the Pezidbahn (from the Arrez Non Stop slope). Here you will find a wide and picturesque deep snow slope, giving all freeriders a rush of adrenaline. On this north-west-facing slope, you can enjoy skiing off-piste until spring! The route rejoins the Arrez Non Stop slope again at the end.


Slope number 107

Location: below Plangseggbahn
Length: 1,500m
Difference of altitude: 386m

The not very steep route is ideal for all sports enthusiasts, that want to try freeriding. Below the Planseggbahn, you can easily make your turns in the snow. For those who want to do something less exhausting can switch back to the adjacent slopes any time they want. The Planseggroute leads into the lower passage of the Zanbodenabfahrt.

Powder Nose

Slope number 66

Location: Sattelbahn top station
Length: 1,600m
Difference of altitude: 400m

The Powder Nose Route starts at the top station of the Sattelbahn and leads to the Möseralm. This south-facing route guarantees an unforgettable deep powder snow experience and a stunning panoramic view.


Slope number 53

Location: Schönjochabfahrt
Length: 2,700m
Difference of altitude: 500m

The Schiltiroute is a moderately difficult run in Fiss and gives deep-snow divers a thrill. The route starts at Schönjöchl (Schönjochabfahrt slope) and descends 500 metres to Steinegg.


Slope nummer 117

Location: Obere Scheidabfahrt
Length: 1,100m
Difference of altitude: 420m

This is the perfect route for ambitious freeriders. The maximum gradient of this route is 78%, what means that is necessary to have a brass neck but nevertheless enjoying the ride. Branching off from the Obere Scheideabfahrt, the Schleifplattenroute leads you over a challenging steep slope on the southeast side first and then turns through a north-east, picturesque hilly area, which will challenge your thighs’ endurance.


Slope number 10

Location: Start of the Frommesabfahrt
Length: 2,300m
Difference of altitude: 630m

The Skyline starts at the beginning of the Frommesabfahrt and leads through marvelous and varied freeride hills. The hills of these slopes are facing east und guarantee perfect powder snow.

Trails Waldbahn

Milky Way, Morning Glory and Strada del Sole

Location: Waldbahn top station
Length: 1,900 m
Difference of altitude: 320 m

At the Waldbahn, our bike park trails have been made winter resistant and transferred into ski trails. Find various lines to make your day unforgettable.