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What is the best time to visit Mount Titlis?

For winter sports enthusiasts, the period between December and March is ideal, offering prime conditions for skiing, snowboarding, and other snow-related activities. During this time, the mountain is transformed into a winter wonderland, with snow-covered slopes and picturesque scenery. On the other hand, those seeking milder weather and outdoor adventures such as hiking and sightseeing may prefer the summer months, from June to September.

During the summer, Mount Titlis boasts lush green landscapes, blooming wildflowers, and clear skies, providing perfect conditions for exploring the hiking trails and enjoying panoramic views. For fewer crowds, consider visiting Mount Titlis during weekdays or outside of peak tourist seasons. Peak tourist seasons at Mount Titlis typically occur during the winter months, particularly from December to March

Where is Mount Titlis located?

Getting to Mount Titlis

Luzern Express

Stage 1: Getting to Engelberg

By train

  • From Lucerne: Hourly Luzern-Engelberg Express from Lucerne Main Train Station (Luzern Hauptbahnhof).
  • From Zurich: Travel from Zurich HB to Lucerne, then transfer to the Engelberg train.
  • From Interlaken: Take an SBB train from Interlaken Ost to Lucerne, followed by the train to Engelberg.

By car

Drive on the A2 highway towards the Gotthard Pass, exit at Stans-Sud (exit 33), and follow signs to Engelberg. Parking is available near the valley station.

Gondola From Engelberg to Mount Titlis

Stage 2: From Engelberg to Mount Titlis

By Titlis Gondola and Rotair

  • Titlis Xpress Gondola: Start your ascent with a 15-minute gondola ride from Engelberg valley station to Stand, passing by Trübsee.
  • Titlis Rotair Cable Car: Transfer at Stand for the revolving gondola to the summit of Mount Titlis.

Note: Once in Engelberg, follow the signs to the Titlis valley station where you'll begin your aerial journey to Mount Titlis.

Book tickets to Mount Titlis

Round-Trip Cableway Tickets to Mount Titlis from Engelberg
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From Zürich or Lucerne: Day Trip to Mount Titlis
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5 hr. 30 min. - 9 hr.
Guided Tour
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Guided Tour of Engelberg, Trübsee and Mt.Titlis from Zurich with Cheese Tastings
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Swiss Continuous Travel Pass with Access to Train, Bus & Boat
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CHF 244

Know before you go to Mount Titlis

  • Summer: Summer invites you to revel in the pleasantly warm weather, ideal for outdoor escapades such as hiking and sightseeing amidst the verdant greenery gracing the mountain slopes. Head to Trubsee for boating and kayaking adventures.
  • Winter: With the onset of winter, Mount Titlis undergoes a vibrant transformation into a bustling hub for snow enthusiasts. Enjoy a plethora of exciting activities like skiing, snowboarding, sledding and snowshoeing amidst the snowy landscapes and crisp temperatures.
  • Washrooms: Mount Titlis offers well-maintained washrooms for visitors' convenience.
  • Diaper-changing facilities: Diaper-changing facilities are available to cater to the needs of families with infants.
  • Limited accessibility for wheelchair users: While there's limited accessibility for wheelchair users, there are obstacle-free trails to accommodate diverse needs.
  • Pets allowed: Visitors can bring their furry companions along to enjoy the experience, provided they are kept on a leash and under control at all times. Additionally, owners are expected to clean up after their pets to maintain cleanliness and respect for other visitors.
  • Guide dogs allowed: Guide dogs are welcomed to assist visitors with disabilities.
  • Accessible by prams and strollers: Prams and strollers can access Mount Titlis facilities comfortably.
  • Storage facility: The storage facility at Mount Titlis is a secure area where visitors can temporarily store their belongings, such as bags, backpacks, or other personal items, while they explore the mountain or engage in various activities.
  • The stations are equipped with lifts for accessibility, ensuring convenient access for all visitors.
  • A cable car operates directly from the parking lot to the summit of the mountain, stopping at each level.
  • These levels offer amenities like restaurants and leisure areas, easily reachable for everyone.
  • While navigating through snow may require assistance, established trails exist, and staff members are extremely accommodating and ready to assist with any requirements.
Chocolate shop
  • Chocolate shop: Indulge your sweet tooth at the chocolate shop on Mount Titlis, offering a delectable array of Swiss chocolates and confections.
  • Souvenir shop: Discover the perfect memento of your Mount Titlis adventure at the souvenir shop, featuring a variety of unique gifts and keepsakes. From traditional Swiss crafts to mountain-themed trinkets, find treasures to cherish your unforgettable visit.
Panorama Restaurant Titlis
  • Panorama Restaurant Titlis: Situated at an elevation of 3,020 meters, the Panorama Restaurant is a top dining spot at Mount Titlis. It offers a selection of regional and international dishes throughout the year.
  • Restaurant Wasserfall: Known for its delectable home-style cuisine, Restaurant Wasserfall presents a diverse seasonal menu with an array of delicious options available in both summer and winter.
  • Zum Schweizerhaus: Indulge in tasty dishes crafted from fresh, local ingredients and seasonal produce at Zum Schweizerhaus.
  • Trubsee Bistro: They serve delicious Swiss fondue, hearty soups, savory sandwiches, fresh salads, and delicious desserts. They are also known for their hot and cold beverages, including coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and refreshing cocktails.
  • Chalet: The Chalet is at the base of the Titlis Cableways and is a gathering spot for those whose ski day extends beyond the final run. With a DJ on hand, the atmosphere promises lively vibes well into the night.
  • The Engel & Bengel bar: Nestled in Trübsee, this bar and restaurant offers a delightful destination for indulging in drinks and après-ski delights.
Please dispose of waste responsibly
  • Food and drinks inside cable cars or gondolas are not allowed.
  • Please dispose of waste responsibly.
  • Unauthorized climbing or venturing off designated trails is strictly prohibited.
  • Pets, unless they are service animals, are not allowed.
  • Starting early in the morning is highly recommended for Mount Titlis, as it allows visitors to beat the crowds and witness the breathtaking sunrise over the Swiss Alps, enhancing the overall experience.
  • Check the weather forecast for your visit to Mount Titlis to plan outdoor activities accordingly.
  • Book Mount Titlis tickets early for the gondola ride and Ice Flyer chair lift due to high demand.
  • If sensitive to high altitudes, bring medication for potential symptoms like headaches or stuffiness.
  • After a day of outdoor adventure, treat yourself to some relaxation and rejuvenation at a spa or wellness center at Titlis. The Titlis Resort has Finnish sauna, herbal bath, and steam bath.
  • Take advantage of skiing equipment rentals available at Mount Titlis to save on carrying gear.
  • At the Engelberg base station, you can rent woolen garments such as coats, caps, and hand gloves.


Hotel St. Josefshaus (5.7 km), Bänklialp (5.9 km), Pension St. Jakob (6.7 km).


Hotel Crystal Engelberg (6 km), Hotel Central (6 km), Espen (6.8 km).


H+ Hotel & SPA Engelberg (5.8 km), Bellevue-Terminus (6.1 km), Kempinski Palace Engelberg Titlis (6.3 km).

Frequently asked questions about visiting Mount Titlis

What lesser-known activities or attractions are available on Mount Titlis besides the famous rotating cable car and ice cave?

You can always try out snowshoeing trails, scenic photo points, Alpine Flower Trails, or even the Snow Park that offers adventure activities for both adults and children alike. Since the cable car stops at Trübsee, it would be great to check out boating. Rent paddle boats or rowboats and enjoy a leisurely cruise on the alpine lake.

Are there any hidden hiking trails or viewpoints on Mount Titlis that offer a more secluded experience away from the crowds?

Yes, Mount Titlis has hidden hiking trails and viewpoints away from the crowds. One example is the Brunnihütte Trail near Engelberg, leading to secluded spots like the Brunnihütte mountain hut. Another option is exploring trails in the Fürenalp region accessible by cable car from Engelberg.

How does the weather on Mount Titlis vary throughout the year, and what are some unexpected weather phenomena visitors might encounter?

Weather on Mount Titlis varies widely throughout the year. Summers bring mild days but sudden thunderstorms, while winters offer snowy conditions and occasional whiteouts. Visitors may encounter foehn winds, alpenglow, hoarfrost, glacial meltwater, and temperature inversions.

Are there any specific health considerations or altitude-related precautions that visitors should be aware of before ascending to Mount Titlis?

Visitors should be mindful of the high altitude and potential symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headaches or nausea, and consult a healthcare professional if they have any concerns.

Can I get authentic Swiss food at Mount Titlis?

You can enjoy authentic Swiss cuisine, including Swiss rosti and other specialties, at various dining establishments on Mount Titlis, such as the Panorama Restaurant, TITLIS Bergrestaurant Trübsee, and the TITLIS Restaurant, which offer a range of traditional dishes showcasing local ingredients and flavors.

Can I visit Mount Titlis with kids?

Yes, Mount Titlis is suitable for visitors of all ages, including children. There are various family-friendly activities available, such as easy hiking trails, snow play areas, and attractions like the Titlis Cliff Walk and the Glacier Cave. Additionally, the cable car rides offer stunning views that can be enjoyed by the whole family. However, it's essential to ensure that children are supervised, especially in areas where there may be steep terrain or heights involved.

Are prams allowed in Mount Titlis?

While prams (strollers) are allowed at Mount Titlis, it's important to note that the terrain can be rugged and may not always be suitable for navigating with a pram. The cable car rides and some designated areas at the summit are generally accessible with a pram, but certain attractions or hiking trails may have stairs, uneven paths, or snow-covered terrain that could make it challenging to maneuver with a pram.

Are there shops at Mount Titlis?

Yes, there is a chocolate shop and a souvenir shop. In addition to the chocolate shop and souvenir shop, visitors to Mount Titlis can also find cafes and restaurants offering refreshments and local delicacies.