Pleasant ski slopes and a breathtaking panorama expect you on the Serles, a panoramic mountain in the beautiful Stubaital valley.
Image gallery: Serlesbahnen Mieders skiing area - Stubaital
The skiing area of the Serlesbahnen lift facilities in Mieders offers 6 km of well-groomed ski slopes of easy and medium difficulty. It is above all ideal for beginners and families, as it is not too large and thus very manageable. Mt. Serles, also known as Waldrastspitze, is a 2,718 m high peak of the Stubai Alps - referred to as "High altar of Tyrol" by Goethe - which offers a fabulous view on the Karwendel mountain chain and the Zillertal and Stubai Alps.
The little ones will feel at ease at the King Serli Kids' Land with its magic carpet, where they can also attend a Stubai Tyrol Ski School course. It it located right at the valley station in Mieders and therefor easily accessible from the parking space as well as from the bus stop.
Snowboarders, however, can explore the boardercross track, while those who love ski tours will trawl the off-slope territory around Mt. Serles. The Snow Card Tyrol (more than 90 skiing areas in Tyrol), the Freizeitticket Tyrol (32 skiing areas and other leisure time facilities in Tyrol) and the SKI plus CITY Pass (13 skiing areas around Innsbruck and the Stubaital valley, formerly known as Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck) are valid in the Serlesbahnen Mieders skiing area.
Due to the tightened measures taken on November 3, 2020 to control the coronavirus, the start of the 2020-21 winter season has been postponed to December 24, 2020. Catering and accommodation establishments will be closed until the end of February 2021.
- Season 2020/2021: until March 21, 2021
- Opening hours: 9 am - 4.30 pm
- Altitude: 982 - 1,750 m a.s.l.
- Ski slopes: 6 km (3 km easy / 3 km medium)
- Snowmaking: 78% of the slopes
- Lift facilities: 5 lifts
- Toboggan runs: 1 run (6 km)
- Cross-country ski tracks: 5 tracks around Mt. Serles (32 km)
- Further information: phone: +43 5225 627760, email@example.com
Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions or additional health measures!