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Themed trails

Hiking with children is particularly varied in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis and great fun for the whole family. There are numerous trails with playing and experience stations, themed trails and nature theme trails for all ages.

With all these options – which trail to pick first? Ask us! We are happy to advise you and to help you pick the right hiking trails for your family, considering your needs, but also the weather and the season.

Our themed trails – an experience for everyone!

Enjoying the view – the Panorama Trail

The Panorama Trail is pushchair-accessible and stretches across the entire sunny plateau. If you hike along this trail, you will be rewarded with dreamlike views. Meanwhile this trail has become the most important connection between Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis at an altitude of 1,900m. Here you can hike leisurely. Again and again you will encounter stations with hammocks and sun loungers that invite you to spend some time there.

A pearl in the mountains – the Wolfsee lake

A walking trail for the whole family leads around the Wolfsee lake, a reservoir pond in a dreamlike location in Fiss. The loop trail leads romantically through the gently hilly landscape and is a treat for sore eyes. Deciduous and larch forests alternate with meadows and flower fields. The flora is varied and marvellous and the peaks of the mountains are mirrored in the crystal-clear water of the lake.

The entire path is wide and secure so that families with pushchairs and also wheelchair users can safely access it. Along the path you find several spots for relaxing. About 40 ergonomic loungers, hammocks, hanging chairs and spring chairs make it possible to enjoy the nature intensively and to let the mountains really sink in.

Varied loop trails

The Sonnenbahn lift brings you into the neighbouring village of Ladis. In this village centre a short, pushchair-accessible loop trail starts: The Play and Experience Trail. The Water Hiking Trail also starts there. This trail is recommended for older children and leads from the village centre of Obladis, where there is the spring for the local mineral water of “Tiroler Sauerbrunn”. Children enjoy the hiking, because there are different water games that provide for entertainment and variation. Up in Obladis one finds a perfect place for a shorter or longer rest. An insider’s tip: Taste the homemade ice cream!

The Family Trail

A scavenger hunt across the Beutelwald forest. Then down to the obstacle course, find the code to the Zabu-mix cryptograph, solve quiz questions and be a boy or girl scout. Yes, the Family Trail leading across the forest is a real highlight for every family excursion. It is easiest to get there by taking the Möseralmbahn lift that brings you to the Fiss Summer Fun Park. Then you follow the Panorama Trail for a short while to get to the Sunliner. Signposts will lead you to the Family Trail in the Beutelwald.

Six Senses Theme Trail

You should plan to take a whole journey when you hike using all your senses from the Serfaus Komperdell steeply down to Madatschen. Covering the Six Senses leisure theme trail takes at least four hours. But it is worth it. This theme trail provides for a nature experience with a difference. The exploring of nature with all senses is enjoyable for the young and old. Hiking along the Six Senses trail is about seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, tasting and experiencing illusions.

Further hiking tips

We also have other tips for mountain hiking with bigger children, who are already good walkers and love narrow paths. You can take the red gondola – the Schönjochbahn – up to the Fisser Joch at 2,400m. There you get to the perfect starting point for first alpine tours with your children.

From there the “Alpine Roses Trail” – of course particularly beautiful during the flowering time of the protected alpine roses in June/July – leads to the Schöngamp pasture. On the sunny side of the ridge, there is the Eagle Walk, leading from the Fiss Joch to the Serfaus Komperdell and which is also suitable for gaining first mountaineering experiences. The Spinnenseenweg trail leads from the Fiss Joch towards the Sattelkopf down to the Urgtal valley. The walking time is five hours, if one hikes across the Spinn lakes to the Schöngamp pasture hut. Luckily you can rent mountain bikes at the Schöngamp hut and ride downhill to Fiss along the 14km-long forestry trails. A treat after this long hike.

Panorama Trail