Southwest of Innsbruck and south of Landeck, the Serfaus - Fiss - Ladis ski area is a vast snowboarders paradise with 96 pistes totalling 212km. These pistes are served by 38 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 1600m. The best pistes are located on the far southern end, which extends within view of Ischgl Silvretta. There are plenty of off-piste or side-country lines to explore, but it definitely takes about a 2m snow base for them to open up.
After a long day of snowboarding Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, try checking out the apres ski scene at Hexenalm located at the Fiss base. Actually, the village of Fiss makes a great base for exploring this massively wide ski region.
To reach the snowboarding at Serfaus ski area by air, fly into Innsbruck international airport (INN). There is a quick public bus from the airport through downtown to the Innsbruck main train station. Then, take the train to the Landeck station, where there is a Post Bus up to Fiss or Serfaus. From Fiss, there is a free ski bus back down into the valley floor to Reid and to Prutz in the mornings and late afternoons. From Prutz, there is also a free ski bus all the way up to Kaunertal Gletscher ski area.
Overall, Serfaus - Fiss - Ladis is the 45th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 52 snowboarding resorts in Austria.