Make your own way to the Titlis valley station in Engelberg to board the 8-seater cable car with your ticket.
Soak in the views as you glide up to 8,038 feet (2,450 meters) of altitude. Then transfer to the TITLIS Rotair to complete your journey to the summit station. From there, choose from a variety of activities:
TITLIS Cliff Walk
The highest suspension bridge in Europe is located on the mountain at 9,971 feet (3,041 meters) above sea level. Walking across the bridge takes nerves of steel, and is free of charge (may be closed in bad weather). The bridge spans a chasm at 1,640 feet (500 meters) off the ground.
The ice-lined glacier cave features a 495-foot (150-meter) walkway that goes 65 feet (20 meters) below the surface of the glacier and branches out in several directions. Entrance to the cave is free of charge.
The Ice Flyer chairlift covers the distance from the mountain station to the snow park, gliding above snow fields and icy crevasses that can measure up to 33 feet (ten meters) deep. Ice Flyer tickets can be purchased on site (own expense).
Enjoy fun snow activities at glacier snow park. Ride down the slopes on snow tubes tires, balancers, snake gliss, or minibobs then ascend again easily on the conveyor belt.
Browse mountain souvenirs or pick up Swiss chocolate in one of the shops at the station on Mt. Titlis.
Make a stop at the station Trübsee to enjoy the peace and quiet of the Swiss Alps. You can even paddle across the lake by rowboat.
The cable car is open daily from 8.30am until 5pm. The last cable car to the top of Mt. TITLIS departs Engelberg at 4pm. A minimum of three hours is recommended for the whole trip.