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How to travel up to the Titlis

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How to travel to the Titlis

The Titlis can be reached by cable car from Engelberg. Engelberg can be reached by car or by train. It's a 10-minute walk from the rail station to the Titlis valley station. In summer you can also use the free shuttle bus service between the train station and the cable car valley station.

The cable car

First you take the gondola 'TITLIS Xpress' from the valley station to Stand. It passes the mid-station Trübsee, but you can stay seated there. In Stand, you switch to a cable car to the top of the Titlis. This cable car is called 'Rotair' and has a revolving cabine for 360° views. The entire ride to the top takes little more than 20 minutes.

Dates of operation

Opening dates differ per section:

  • You can reach Trübsee all year round.
  • The cable car to the top of the Titlis doesn't operate from early to mid November.
  • The Ice flyer doesn't operate from early to mid November. In summer 2021, the Ice Flyer and the Glacier Park won't be open either. This is an exception to normal schedules.

Please check again later for further dates.

Tip: check the timetable before you start your trip.


Check the timetable of the trains and cable cars.

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