Discover the best top things to do in See, Austria including See Ski Resort, Serfaus Fiss Ladis, Ischgl-Samnaun ski area, Bikepark Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Schloss Landeck, St. Anton, Zammer Lochputz, Skiingo, Burg Schrofenstein Bei Landeck / Stanz, Bertas Kinderland.
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4.5 based on 44 reviews
We found this resort nearly 20 years ago and loved it then, still do. This is not a large place it has developed a bit recently but it is mainly locals who go here ...no large international groups. I recommend staying elsewhere and spending time here if the snow is poor elsewhere as it is mainly north facing. The resort itself is a string of places along the road so nothing really special. up the road is Kappl ...ideal alternative though south facing so sometimes slushy, further up the valley Ishgl and then at the top of the valley Galtur. I f you have a car a great few resorts to visit...but the skiing experience is lovely at See. If you are an experienced skier there is only enough for a couple of days skiing. Much cheaper and more relaxed than the noisy more famous ones.
4.5 based on 599 reviews
Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is THE holiday region for families in winter as well as in summer. The skiing area is situated on a sunny alpine plateau above the Tyrolean Inn Valley and offers 212 skiable kilometres of pistes, 68 lift and cable car systems, 112 km maintained cross-country skiing trails, 10 freeride routes, 9 fun areas and many more winter fun sports. Also in summer Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is a very special holiday destination. Amongst 500 km of signposted hiking trails the destination provides a bike park, countless biking trails, the summer toboggan run Fisser Flitzer, a summer fun park, the family coaster "Schneisenfeger" and many other attractions.
This resort caters for families with young children. Lift operators are helpful and friendly. Ski school instructors are good with children. Restaurants cater for children and some even have microwave ovens and games cupboards. The runs down to Fiss village are fantastic. Some runs around Serfaus are very steep, so try them first before taking your young children down them. The accent by car to the village is steep and there are a number of sharp turn.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
An immaculate ski area on a steep mountain with excellent ski lifts. Ideally a resort for Intermediate skiers due to the steep slopes but plenty of wide runs for those in need of space to traverse. Lots of snow making kit too if the weather is not ideal. Thoroughly enjoyed our week there.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
This park is quite compact, 1 basic line for really beginners (kids) then one still very easy, then red where you can jump or skip the jumps, train circuits. Black nearly no one goes. Compare eg. To Livigno It is less nature it is more like infrastructure. But for training it is great. We saw each day helicopter.
4 based on 57 reviews
4.5 based on 1 reviews
One of the more popular ski resorts in the Tirols.
No question - St Anton is not a place for beginners or even lower intermediate skiers. The runs can be challenging. However, it is fabulous if you are a competent skier. With the new Flexenbahn lift you can easily move across a broad range of slopes from town to town - through the areas of Zurs, Lech and all the way to Warth. Each has its own personality. Views are dramatic throughout the ski area. There is a wide range of places to eat with well-made Austrian specialties. In March we never experienced more than about 5 minutes wait at lifts. One of the best places to ski which had the least crowds was on the Albonagrat. Be sure to ski over to Lech and take the Rufikopf gondola to a long blue run that feels like you are on top of the world. One warning - the long 100 run to the base of the Flexenbahn has steep pitches, a lot of skiers and can get bumpy. The town has a nice Main Street with a good range of restaurants and bars.
4 based on 51 reviews
This is an interesting attraction, combining the natural forces of the water with historical use of the water and folklore. There are 186 steps to climb so you need to be relatively fit to enjoy the walk. The cost is a very reasonable €4 and your are provided with a hard hat for the walk as you walk through rock tunnels with low roofs. The walk provides lovely views of the Mountains and valley below. A good way to break a journey for an hour or so.
5 based on 1 reviews
Первый раз встали на горные лыжи вместе с Инго, за два первых часа освоили основные навыки ( нам по 50+ и младшему 14)..обьясняет доходчиво и терпеливо, пока не убедится что дошло...Дружелюбный и внимательный подход, гибкие цены и дополнительные приятные мелочи, экономящие время и нервы, типа: забрал из отеля, помог выбрать и снять амуницию, приобрести скипасс и т.д.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The Burg is high on the mountain overlooking the town, It looks lovely where it is but difficult to get up to. very disable unfriendly
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Berta's Kinderland is a spacious kids area at the Sonnenbahn midway station between Fiss and Ladis. The area is the central place for children's ski courses in Fiss-Ladis. It includes many specially developed learning aids: 12 conveyor belts, ski carousel, Berta's indian village, tubing rund, and many more.
My child went and i also tried it. It seemed OK but very average. The staff were nice but one i over heard swearing to his mates. of course i was English so he had to talk that way which he did do well.
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