Ladi and his team has a special kids club and family program, because the lifts are not open
Our children hotel laderhof is surrounded in the unique family ski and hike area serfaus fiss ladis. Enjoy aki holidays with your family or active summer holidays in the tirolean mountains. Get spoiled the whole time with pur ladi all inkusiv pension. **Please note that this property will only accept bookings if at least 1 child is included..
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The Indoor Arena at the valley station of the Schönjochbahn in Fiss consists of two areas.
In the first area there is a special 12 lane mini golf course and in the second area there are games and fun for kids of any age. Table soccer, air hockey, a ball track or a big gaming room.
For younger children there is a separate Lego corner, a mini-house with slide and several wall games and table games.
The new indoor playground PlayIN Serfaus at the valley station of the Komperdell cable way in Serfaus offers everything for children. Game - Fun - Sports - And everything Indoor.
The rooms of the former tramway have been remodeled completely to create a huge play area for kids and teens. The great opening will be on July, 9th 2016.
In the large climbing hall with eleven different climbing walls, each "line" has his own motto. So a
volcanic eruption can be made or you can climbe against the time in the "Speed Competition".
The soft play area, which extends over all 6 floors and a laser chamber and many more highlights await you in the PlayIN Serfaus.
The summer fun park Möseralm is the perfect place for families, woh like Action. There is the summer coaster from the mountain to the village fiss, and much more attractions for the whole family
The water playground Murmli Water near Komperdell middle station is a 15,000 m² big area.
The park consists of numerous interactive stations grouped around the torrent. There are clay ponds, pillow pumps, sand playgrounds, stones, land slide hills, water stairs, a Murmli spiral, a cliff labyrinth, playhouses and a Murmli lighthouse with a picnic area. Children can design the area even more interesting with stone dams and diversions planned on their own.
In the middle of a lake you can find a marmot cave. An elaborate system of caves, 200 metres long, provides an insight into the hidden world of the four-legged terrestrials. In the underground it’s dark and so also in the marmot cave. If you are concerned to loose orientation while roaming through the tunnels you can give a sigh of relief because of the exits every 15 to 20 metres.
Close to the Murmli Water there is also a marmot enclosure with real marmots. Young and old alike can watch five or six of them.
At a central position of the park there is a relaxation zone with sun loungers for the parents brought by the children. It is placed higher with a free sight on all playing stations. The parents can follow the loud dirt battles in the clay pond but they are not allowed to intervene. After all it’s the world of the Kids.
The upside-down cottage is the finale of a story entitled The Witch’s Trail. Entering the cottage you remark that also the furnishings do a headstand. The Witches’ Trail has lots of riddles and challenges but also fabulous phenomenons ready which have to be solved with skill and resourcefulness.
Kids have to recognize strange noises and sounds, for instance, and balance on or climb over obstacles. They see strange doors, chairs and mirrors hanging in the trees. Situational thinking, creativity and perseverance are required of the children before they finally reach the witch’s cottage. Here they discover the story behind the story. The witch Grisbella Glockenkuss tried an experiment, and something went wrong. Her cottage flew up into the air and landed upside down on the ground. The objects that the children came across during their journey, lying on the ground or hanging in the trees, that formed part of the mystery, were all from her Cottage.
A mysterious tree house and the strange appearance of larger-than-life animals and plants have led to a major investigation being launched in part of a wood near the little village of Ladis. Plans are now in place to send out children’s search parties from the start of summer to investigate the area surrounding the tree house and to find an explanation for these puzzling occurrences.
At the start the children only know that a mysterious tree house has been discovered in the wood. On the way to the tree house they have to acquire the skills of a trapper to solve many tasks and deal with lots of adventures. They encounter giant snails, see the world from the perspective of an ant, have to recognise animal tracks and touch and feel animal skins in order to close in on the tree house. The tree house which the youngsters eventually discover is probably everything a child could wish for and testifies to the inventive mind of an eccentric scientist.
Guests of the Tyrolean holiday region Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis discovered the wreck of a crashed plane on a clearing at an altitude of about 2,000 m near the Komperdell in Serfaus. The circumstances of the crash and also the identity of the pilot should be determined by children’s gumshoes. The further they progress, the more jettisoned objects they discover. The story is pieced together like a jigsaw puzzle as the circumstances of the event are elucidated
This two-seater, stuck halfway in the ground in the middle of the mountain meadow – almost up to its cockpit –, is part of an adventure story created for children of different age groups by Thomas C. Brezina, an Austrian television presenter and author of children's and young adult literature. These storys are offered in the programme of the Adventure Mountains.
Biking is summer’s alternative to skiing. For beginners and advanced bikers, the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Family Region with the new bike park next to the Waldbahn cable car station has created the perfect range of opportunities for mountain biking, a sport which is becoming more and more popular. From the first tentative downhill attempts to the giddy adrenalin rush: the Bikepark Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis offers just the right trail for all age groups and all levels of ability.
Bikes and protective gear for children and adults alike can be hired at the bike shop at the Waldbahn valley terminal. There are also well-trained guides waiting to help with those first attempts and teach riders, young and old, all the necessary tricks to race down the trails safely and have a really great time.
The Kids Park and Training Area near the valley terminal offer plenty of opportunities to become familiar with the sports equipment. The Waldbahn cable car is a quick and easy way to get both bikes and riders to the start of the trails where – as with skiing – there are descents for every level of difficulty: from blue (easy) to red (medium) to black (expert). At the end of an exciting day in the bike park, there are cold drinks and delicious snacks waiting for the hungry riders in the Chill Area.
A walking and relaxation trail for the whole family was built around the lake “Wolfsee”, a water reservoir in a fantastic location in Fiss. The circular route stretches harmoniously through the slightly hilly landscape and the sight alone is worth exploring: deciduous and larch forests alternate with meadows and flower nurseries, the varied flora can be admired and the mountain peaks are reflected in the clear water of the lake.
The entire trail is flat and safe so that families can use this trail even with buggies and it is well-suited for wheelchair users alike. There are little resting places for you to relax: around 40 ergonomic loungers, hammocks in addition, hanging chairs or feather chairs serve the walkers to intensively enjoy the nature and take in the mountains.
The new Schneisenfeger, a summer and winter toboggan run for the whole family, is available for lots of sledging fun since Summer 2015. The route extends from Alpkopf to Högsee – the entrance is in an old sawmill right by the new Seealm Hög Restaurant at 1,820 m. From here, you are pulled up to Alpkopf, seated in the toboggan. On the way up, you can already learn some exciting details about the timber industry. From the top, all toboggan lovers whiz down a specially designed 1.5 km route to the new Experience Park Hög with up to 40 km/h.
Plenty of exciting jumps, 2 spectacular spinnings with 360° (from left and right hand), 10 wild turns with 180° can be expected – during the entire ride you are up to 8 metres above the ground.
Opening times during the winter season:
Monday - Sunday 11.30 am - 4.20 pm.
The Serfauser Sauser provides pure thrill of speed and an intoxicating feeling. After all, it’s not every day that you get to soar 85 metres over and above the heads of skiers.
The Serfauser Sauser starts accelerating immediately and soon reaches its maximum speed of 65 km/h. The flight path has four sections, a total length of over 2,000 metres and a vertical drop of 400 metres. You end up at the Komperdellbahn valley terminal in Serfaus. Superbly trained guides ensure the highest levels of safety across the entire route.
Murmli the marmot, our 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 a little and he will show you his wonder world on an exciting adventure journey. The journey starts close to the Gampen family chairlift. Enjoy it!EntranceStory fountainTalking root manPhoto boardSleeping bearCroaky owl FionaMurmli Cave
See, hear, touch, smell, taste and enjoy the experience of illusions. Refreshments available in the “Hög Alm”, “Seealm” and at the Madatschen restaurant. Start: Alpine hiking trail LV starting point.
The interactive adventure park for elder kids is a transfer of the Geocaching into a playful form. At the beginning you download an App with free WIFI to your smartphone, and then off you go. Your screen shows you your current position and your next target on an aerial photo. At every station you receive new codes to type into your smartphone. The goal is to follow the tracks of Mr Petz to finally find the secret of the mysterious Bear treasure.
The 1.5 kilometres long adventure trail starts below the Komperdell midway station, stretches around the nearby water reservoir and leads back to the starting point. On the way, there are 26 stations with objects and information boards explaining the history of Serfaus and how it developed from a poor farming village to a silver mining place and finally to one of the most famous holiday destinations of the Alps.
As witnesses of the time, the stations feature different objects from the rural culture, as for example scythes, hay forks or rakes. If you want to take a break in between you can relax on the feeding troughs and hay carts which were remodeled into resting places.
Suitable for buggies