In the skiing area Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis there are many different themed slopes on which young and old can discover many different animals. Especially for children in the ski schools fun is guaranteed!
How do the Native Americans live? How do they make fire? These, and many more questions are answered on the Wild West Day for ski school participants. Berta's Indian Village is located at the Ladis downhill run. A tepee, totem pole and a canoe wait for the kids.ie leben die Indianer?
Discover the Fiss Cave World directly at the Möseralm downhill run. Ski as fast as you can through a place that bears and spine-chilling bogmen call their home! Or come with us to the Jungle Cave to see what the monkeys are up to. Continue to Fire and Ice – look at the icicles in the Glacier Cave before you whizz through the burning fire hut – enjoy some truly great fun and action!
Murmli the marmot, the tiny Serfaus mascot, can be seen everywhere in the Kinderschneealm and also in the ski area. Now he has lifted the secrecy of his home and he will show you his wonder world on an exciting adventure journey. The journey starts close to the Gampen family chairlift. Explore the story fountain, the talking root man, the sleeping bear, croaky owl Fiona and last but not least Murmli’s cave. Enjoy it!
The Bear’s Slope starts from the mountain terminal of the Alpkopfbahn down to Kinderschneealm. Numerous stations let this ski run become a unique experience! Bear’s head, bear’s throat, bear’s belly, bear’s trap… they can all be ridden through or overridden with skis! There is also a bear’s tongue photo point at the mountain terminal of the Alpkopfbahn and the final station is the bear’s assembly point.
The animal park is situated near the mid-station in Serfaus. Embark on an adventure through the dense forest and discover deer, bucks, eagles, squirrels, and many more animals native to our alpine environment.
From Brontosaurus to Stegosaurus there are a lot of cool dinosaurs to admire at the Gampen downhill run! Enter the world of long ago times.