High ropes park, rope climbing gardens & climbing trails in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis


Eine Gruppe von Wanderern läuft in Scott Outdoor Bekleidung eine Wiese in einer rauen Berglandschaft
for children 
and adults 

The Serfaus high ropes park


Surrounded by beautiful pine trees and the glorious forest air, climbing fans of all ages can experience an unforgettable summer adventure at our high ropes park. On 1,000 metres of high ropes in total, you'll be up to fourteen metres high up amongst the treetops in our X-Trees high ropes park. Look forward to twelve exciting courses with varying levels of difficulty. We are also open in cloudy weather or when it's a bit rainy.

  • Twelve exciting and varied courses with different levels of difficulty
  • Climb up to fourteen metres high
  • A total of 1000 metres of high rope courses
  • State-of-the-art safety systems ensure relaxed climbing fun
A girl is walking safe in an climbing harness over a wobbly bridge

See here for all of the most important information about our high ropes park X-Trees

The quickest way to an adventure

Save time on holiday and learn more beforehand about our climbing course, the difficulty levels, our prices and the general T&Cs for kids and adults.

Go to X-Trees

To avoid queueing to register, you can already register yourself and your family or friends online now without obligation. Please note that registering is not a reservation but is merely designed to safe you time.

Go to online registration

More climbing adventures in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

Climbing centres and climbing trails

If you've packed your own climbing equipment, the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis has even more climbing adventures to offer.

Just below Serfaus in the direction of the small village of St Georgen, you'll find the "Rappenwand" climbing facility waiting for you and your family. Surrounded by forest and rocks, the climbing facility offers nineteen different climbing routes ranging in difficulty levels from II to VII for you to clamber over in the alpine terrain. The rocks have small holds and are in parts flat, and therefore ideal for the whole family. A small wooden hut provides shade for you to stand in or to rest comfortably on benches.

Please note that you must be experienced and bring your own equipment.

For other challenging climbing opportunities in the high alpine terrain, such as the "Furglersee" climbing facility created by the Alpenverein, the Austrian alpine club, we recommend visiting the website of the German alpine club's Cologne branch:

You can find more information about the Furgler See climbing facility here

A man climbs at the climbing garden "Rappenwand" in Serfaus

Breathtaking views and plenty of climbing fun in Ladis

Climbing trail "Quarzit Wand Burg Laudeck"

This climbing trail in Ladis runs up a spectacular rock formation and leads directly to Laudeck Castle in Ladis. The rock offers the perfect conditions for your bouldering adventure. Climbing sport fans can look forward to three short but exciting routes with unparalleled views across the Inntal valley and the mountain scenery of the Kaunertall valley directly opposite. The climbing difficulty grades range from A to D.

  • Blue: "Via Claudia Augusta"
  • Red: "Pons Laudes Steig"
  • Black: "Laudecksteig" black (with overhang)

Please note that you must again bring your own climbing equipment!

Learn more about the Laudeck climbing trail in Ladis

Zwei Personen klettern entlang der Felswand auf dem Klettersteig mit Blick in das Inntal