The cosy winter sport village Fiss forms together with the neighbouring villages Serfaus and Ladis the Ski Dimension Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Fiss is found at the highest altitude of the three villages and is situated on a flat, south-facing slope and ca. 500 metres above the Oberinntal. There are a few possibilities to reach the Ski Dimension of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis from Fiss – the Schönjochbahn, Möseralmbahn, Sonnenbahn and Waldbahn (this cabin lift leaves at the parking places at the end of the village).
The ski region of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is an extensive and diverse ski area and is characterized by its snow certainty and the many sun hours. There are plenty of facilities available for children in this area like the big Berta’s Kinderland at the middle station of Sonnenbahn, where children learn to ski in a playful way. And the Boarderclub at the valley station of the Möseralmbahn where you can learn to snowboard. In Bertas Kinderland you can find a children's villa, various practice slopes, Märchen Express (large fairy treadmill upstairs), Bertas Kids Funpark and a playground. Once the children have mastered the principles of skiing, they can practice well on the blue Ladisabfahrt to Ladis, where they will pass Bertas Indian Land. There are also special children restaurants, like family restaurant Sonnenburg and for the children of Skischule Fiss/Ladis (who lunch) Bertas Kinderplanet.
Experienced skiers and snowboarders will certainly enjoy themselves in Fiss. At the north side of Fiss you will find various black runs, ski routes, fun parks with even an airbag, buckel runs, rennstrecke and a small run with speed measurement.
Fiss origins as a Reto-Romanian village and the authentic and historic aspects can still be seen now: old barns, majestic stone houses from the 16th and 17th century and beautiful farm houses that are adorned with frescoes. The village has lively après-ski facilities and cosy bars and atmospheric restaurants. On Tuesday night the memorable NightFlow takes place – you can enjoy night skiing on the lit pistes and watch the spectacular night show with free-style jumpers, synchronized skiers and fireworks! The Fisser Flieger is also open on Tuesday night – this is a kite-like device that ‘flies’ over the piste over a cable at a height of 8 to 47 metres above the ground. On Thursday night you can enjoy the weekly tobogganing night.
For those who prefer hiking over skiing or snowboarding, there are plenty of hiking paths situated in and around the area of Fiss – e.g. a hiking path of 13 km long. Other activities in the area are the Fisser Flieger or the Sky Swing (a giant swing).