Engelberg Titlis is one of Europe’s highest winter resorts, with a rich history and the world’s first revolving cable car. It’s also one of the quickest and easiest major ski resorts in Switzerland to reach, just a short hop from Zurich Airport.
Famous for its freeriding, Engelberg also has 82km of fantastic groomed pistes over a massive vertical of nearly 2,000m, accessed by more than 20 fast, state-of-the-art lifts including the remarkable revolving Rotair cable car. The magnificent 12km run from the top to the bottom of the slopes is one of the longest in the world.
At Engelberg’s Mount Titlis, with a peak over 3,000 metres above sea level, stands Europe’s highest suspension bridge. This metre-wide suspended cable construction allows those brave enough to take it on breath-taking views 500m down the Titlis south wall.
Take the gondola lift up to Trübsee on a Saturday night and you can have fun tubing, snowshoe walking or winter hiking by night then enjoy pizza from a wood-fired oven and a good glass of wine in Italian restaurant Lago Torbido after your exertions. All you need is your ski pass.