Jul 25, 2017 - 11:28 PM
in reply to rounak
When you say 'Swiss Rail Pass', perhaps i think you refer to Swiss Travel Pass (STP). The benefit of a STP means that you don't need to buy a ticket for any journey that is covered entirely by the STP. Just show your STP and you are good to go.
However, a number of cable cars and trains journeys are not 100% free with the STP. They might be discounted either 50% or 25% or not at all. For these, you will need to buy a ticket. Majority of them are detailed in the link below, which i would highly recommend you have a look.
For example, the ever popular Jungfraubahn to Jungfraujoch, with an STP you receive a 25% discount. Yes, you need to buy a ticket.
Journeys 1-3 & 7 are covered entirely by STP, so to answer your question, no ticket required if you have a valid STP.
Journey 6 , its free until Engelberg. Then you have to buy a ticket for the 360 degree rotating cable car up to Mt Titlis. You get a 50% discount with a valid STP.
I'm not too sure about journeys 4&5, i know its free up until a certain point, certainly until both Lauterbrunnen and Grindelwald, and as mentioned above, you have to buy a ticket up to Jungfrau and you get a 25% discount with a valid STP.