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Engelberg-Titlis

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Mountain Stats

  • 600 cm of annual snowfall
  • 33.184252 total skiable hectacres
  • Top elevation 3020 m, base 1050 m
  • 0% beginner, 32% intermediate, 57% advanced, 11% expert
  • Projected opening: 25/10/2014
  • Projected closing: 31/05/2015

Engelberg Titlis Budget Hotels

Engelberg Titlis is moderately priced—on average. Those looking for an Engelberg Titlis budget ski vacation can make it work, if they plan accordingly. One of the best option for financially frugal vacationers is the three-star, historic Hotel Terrace, which was built in 1903. The Hotel Terraceprovides budget-conscious skiers with a nice gamut of amenities, like complimentary breakfast and an onsite restaurant to help you cut dining costs.

Engelberg Titlis Beginner Terrain

Engelberg Titlis is renowned for having a slew of intermediate to advanced intermediate pistes and world-class off-piste expert terrain, thus, the resort doesn’t offer much in the way of high-alpine beginner trails. There is an ideal “learn-to-ski” zone located at Gerschnialp area. This area provides beginners with gentle confidence-building terrain. There are a couple beginner runs spotted around the mountain. 

Engelberg Titlis Expert Terrain

Speed-seekers will find several key black pistes, especially of the Stand and Rotair cable cars, with 11 percent of the terrain designated as expert. More adventurous experts need not worry once they’ve experienced all the Engelberg on-piste black terrain, which can be accomplished in a day or two. It’s the off-piste skiing that really makes Engelberg Titlis an expert skier’s mecca. High-alpine, powder-filled off-piste routes like the Laub and the Galtiberg—which descends more than 6,500 feet—will have experts grinning from ear-to-ear. It's imperative to hire an experienced guide when exploring any off-piste or backcountry terrain.

Engelberg Titlis’ "Families Welcome" model and its renown as the best and largest family ski area in Center Switzerland ensure that your clan is well provided for on your Engelberg Titlis family ski vacation. Kids will enjoy activities like tobogganing. 

Engelberg Titlis Family-Friendly Hotels

Three-star, charming Hotel Terrace, which was built in 1903, provides families with a great launchpad for their Engelberg family ski vacation. Amenities include a relaxing sauna/steam room, onsite bars and restaurants, complimentary breakfast, ski storage and a 24-hour front desk.

Engelberg Titlis Intermediate Terrain

With more than 30 percent of the terrain designated as intermediate and nearly 60 percent designated advanced intermediate, the Engelberg Titlis intermediate skiing is unforgettable. There are several choice blue runs in the Gerschnialp area, and a fun, long run from Obertrubsee. Red pistes are even more prevalent and nearly all of the resort’s 22 chairlifts provide access to at least one. 

Engelberg Titlis Hotels

Overall, the Engelberg Titlis lodging is moderately priced, making it an accessible ski vacation for just about every preference or wallet. 

Three-star, charming Hotel Terrace, which was built in 1903, provides everyone from families on a budget to couples looking for a romantic winter getaway with a great Launchpad for their Engelberg family ski vacation. Amenities include concierge service, relaxing sauna/steam room, onsite bars and restaurants, complimentary breakfast, ski storage and a 24-hour front desk.

Engelberg Titlis Luxury Ski Vacation

Fine-dining options abound for vacationers looking for a luxury Engelberg Titlis winter getaway. The old-fashioned village is bedecked in charming, Victorian architecture and the surround peaks, like Mount Titlis offer stunning, world-class views from just about everywhere. However, most of the Engelberg Titlis lodging options are moderately priced, so skier and snowboarders seeking high-end digs may struggle.

Engelberg Titlis Apres-Ski Bars & Nightclubs

Because of its close proximity to Lucerne, Engelberg Titlis becomes a nightlife hot spot by weekend. Lucerene locals really know how to party. Don’t miss an afternoon, or every afternoon on your Engleberg ski vacation, at the Sternbar at Station Stand. Well-heeled party people shouldn’t miss unforgettable après-ski experience be sure spend some time at the Wine Bar on Dorfstrasse.

When the lifts stop running, and dark has set in, party-goers have several incredible options—especially on the weekends: Spindle discobar (acclaimed as a historic dance club), the Eden or Bierlialp-Challer.

Engelberg Titlis Restaurants

Most of Engelberg Titlis' restaurants feature traditional Swiss Alpine fare, making it an excellent destination for travelers who prefer to enjoy authentic meals when abroad. A penny-pinchers delight, the Engelberg Titlis restaurants are reasonably priced by Swiss standards. Here are a couple of great options:

  • For traditional Swiss-chalet food blended with European fusion fare, the Alpenclub is a top dining choice. Plus, it’s reasonably priced.
  • A la Carte Spannort Restaurant offers renowned traditional chalet cuisine.
  • If you’re looking for an upscale meal with a view, Hotel Restaurant Engelberg should be a top choice.

Things to do in Engelberg Titlis

Engelberg Titlis is an excellent destination for those who'd like plenty of off-mountain options. Engleberg Titlis has more than enough outdoor activities, as well some family-friendly and cultural attractions. Here are some top experiences:

  • Gliding around the resort's five cross-country ski routes.
  • Zooming down a two-plus-mile-long toboggan run.
  • Snowshoeing through gorgeous snow-covered Alpine meadows.
  • Winter hiking on miles of high-mountain trails.
  • Whizzing down the resort's snow tubing hill.
  • Experiencing the exhilarating Titlis Cliff Walk, the world’s highest suspension bridge.
  • Touring the Benedictine Monastery.
  • Hanging out in the ultra-cool Igloo Village, located in the Trubsee area, which is als one of the most unique places to grab an après-ski drink.


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