Titlis Descent

Engelberg

Engelberg Spannort

Engelberg Spannort

Brunni - Engelberg - Klostermatte

Brunni - Engelberg - Klostermatte

Fürenalp

Fürenalp

Engelberg est

Engelberg est

Titlis Trübsee

Titlis Trübsee

Brunni Sessel

Brunni Sessel

Parking de la halle des sports

Parking de la halle des sports

Funpark

Funpark

Brunni - Engelberg - Talstation Engelberg

Brunni - Engelberg - Talstation Engelberg

Titlis Jochpass

Titlis Jochpass

Brunni - Engelberg - Sessellift Bergstation

Brunni - Engelberg - Sessellift Bergstation

Härzlisee Brunni 1860 m.ü.M.

Härzlisee Brunni 1860 m.ü.M.

Engelberger Wetter und Bergpanorama.

Engelberger Wetter und Bergpanorama.

Engelberg Hahnenblick

Engelberg Hahnenblick

The descent from the Titlis to Engelberg is one of the longest in the Alps – a full twelve kilometres. In its upper part especially, there are some exceptionally difficult sections. From time to time, however, it runs along gentle terrain.

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This largest ski area in Central Switzerland offers a highly varied downhill run. It starts at an altitude of over 3,000m on the Titlis Glacier. Before long, on the very steep Rotegg piste, it separates the chaff from the wheat: Good skiers do not have to hold back, while the others take the lift back up the Titlis and then take the cable car to the intermediate station at Stand. From there you enjoy magnificent views as you continue on to Trübsee and then across snowy meadows to Engelberg.

Information

Starting point: Kleintitlis (3020 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: chairlift, mountain train

Destination: Engelberg (1050 m a.s.l.)

Length: 12km

Altitude difference: 2000

Level of difficulty: medium (normal slope)

Food and beverages: at the start and at the end

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