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Selection of Titlis Hiking Routes - Central Switzerland Explore the scenic countryside

Engelberg-Untertrübsee-Trübsee trail

 

The Engelberg-Untertrübsee-Trübsee trail takes you from Engelberg to Untertrübsee via Stapfmattli. From here, the route continues to Obertrübsee. You can tackle the climb on foot or simply hop on the Älplerseil cable car. On arriving at Obertrübsee, follow the alpine flower trail to Trübsee middle station. Click here for a map of the area

 

 

Walking time: 3 hours     Altitude: 1,000-1,796m
Level: Moderate              Campfire spots: 4
Open: June to October

Rundwanderweg Trübsee

 

The route around Lake Trübsee is a beautiful walk for families with pushchairs or those who prefer a leisurely stroll on the flat. And don't forget to pack some sausages – there are four campfire spots along the way where you can enjoy a snack in the great outdoors.  Click here for a map of the area

Walking time: 1 hour       Altitude: 1,796m
Level: Easy                       Campfire spots: 4
Open: June to October


Trübsee-Jochpass-Schaftal-Jochpass-Trübsee trail

The Trübsee-Jochpass-Schaftal-Jochpass-Trübsee trail is also known as the 'Murmeli-Wanderung' or Marmot Trail. If you take a pair of binoculars, you should be able to spot these cute little rodents close up.  If you're lucky, you might even catch sight of some chamois or ibex.

The walk starts at Trübsee mountain station. Follow the path along the lake and take the chair lift up to Jochpass. From here, continue in the direction of Schaftal. The stunning mountain scenery that surrounds the deep-blue lake Engstlen is sure to capture your imagination on the way to Engstlenalp.  Click here for a map of the area

 

Walking time: 5 hours           Altitude: 1,796-2,222m
Level: Easy                             Campfire spots: 4
Open: June to October

 

The 4 Lake Hike

 

The 4 Lake Hike (Engelberg-Trübsee-Jochpass-Engstlenalp-Tannalp-Melchsee-Frutt) will introduce you to one of the most beautiful areas of Central Switzerland. Take the cable car to Trübsee and walk along the lake to the Jochpass chair lift. On arriving at the top, the route continues via Engstlenalp and Tannalp to Melchsee-Frutt. Take the cable car down to Stöckalp and then hop on the PostBus to Sarnen. From here, you can take the train back to Engelberg.  Click here for a map of the area

Walking time: 7 hours            Altitude 1,220-2,222m
Level: Moderate                      Campfire spots: 4
Open: June to October


Trübsee-Stand Geology Trail

 

On the Trübsee-Stand geology trail, you will learn plenty about the geology of the Alps. Info boards provide an insight into the geological development of the TITLIS area, while the steep panoramic path from Trübsee mountain station to Stand offers magnificent views down into a fascinating glacier world. This trail is sure to impress with its stunning views.  Click here for a map of the area

 

 

Walking time: 2 hours           Altitude: 1,790-2,430m
Level: Moderate                    Open: June to September

 

Glacier Path to Stotzig Egg

The safe glacier path to Stotzig Egg begins at the Titlis Rotair mountain station and leads to the Stotzig Egg vantage point. From here, you can look forward to spectacular views of the nearby and distant peaks that make up the Central Swiss Alps.  Click here for a map of the area


Walking time: 30 minutes           Altitude 3,020 metres
Level: Moderate                           Open: all year round. Access is subject to the weather and snow conditions.


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More things to see and do in Central Switzerland

There are so many wonderful days out to enjoy in this beautiful area. There are incomparable mountain vistas to enjoy, leisurely cruises on a nostalgic paddle steamer, walks through stunning scenery and a whole host of fabulous journeys on mountain railways, cable cars and funiculars.

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Your choice of resorts and hotels in Central Switzerland

Not sure where to base yourself for this wonderful excursion? You can find out more about the Central Switzerland region, the selection of resorts and the list of hotels on this website. Alternatively we will be happy to help you with your holiday plans on 0800 619 1200.

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