The 8-person Titlis Xpress takes guests comfortably from Engelberg up to the ski resort. Afterwards, the Titlis-Rotair takes them up to the peak at 3020 m. The Rotair gondola, the world's first rotating gondola, spins 360 degrees during the 5 minute ascent to the peak providing a perfect panoramic view of cliff walls, deep glacial crevasses and the snow-covered mountain peaks. A funicular and two cable car lifts also lead from the valley up to the ski resort. In the ski resort itself, there are primarily high speed chairlifts. Some of these feature weather protectors. The Trübsee-Hopper quad chairlift leads across the Trübsee connecting the slopes on the other side. Tow lifts on the Gerschnialp and at Untertrübsee round off the offering. There is also a covered people mover at the Trübsee.
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Total lift length
|21.6 km Total|
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