First mountain rail made its way up to the Gerschnialp back in 1911, followed by a cable car to the Trübsee lake in 1927 and rides all the way up to the Titlis in 1967. And who says you cant enjoy snow in summer when there’s a glacier chairlift, ice-flyer over the glacial crevices, round tours through glacial grottos and the highest lying hanging bridge and cool "Titlis Cliff Walk" up here!
Experienced mountain hikers can reach the main summit in just under an hour, while others can take a course on abseiling into glacial crevices or opt for the attractive downhill hike from the Stand to the Trübsee station. Another twist: rowing boats are available for hire on the Trübsee lake.
A chairlift also runs from the Trübsee to the Joch Pass, the crossing to the Engstlental valley in the canton of Bern. The hiking route towards the Engstlensee lake and Melchsee-Frutt is known as the “Four Lakes Hike”. In summer, the chairlift runs back to the Joch Pass from the end of the Engstlensee.
Central rail from Lucerne to Engelberg, on foot to the valley station, in several sections with gondola rail and cable car via Gerschnialp, Trübsee, and Stand to theTitlis
View: Over the Engelberg Valley, Pilatus, Stanserhorn, Rigi, and the Uri Rotstock; Gotthard- region and across to the Rheinwaldhorn, Susten Pass region, Finsteraarhorn and Wetterhorn
Attractions: Glacial grottos, hanging bridge, glacier chairlift, snow-tubing, rowing boats on the Trübsee lake, scooter bikes from the Gerschnialp, 4-lakes hike to Engstlenalp and Melchsee Frutt
Culinary aspects: Assortment of all kinds of restaurants and catering establishments (beach closed in summer) and several restaurants on the summit
Overnight stays: Berghotel Trübsee, 31 rooms (no possible overnight accommodation on the Titlis summit)
Groups: Meeting and seminar rooms on the Titlis and by the Trübsee lake
Winter: Winter sports region Engelberg-Titlis