Soar to new heights as you take in spectacular 360-degree panoramic views from the revolving Rotair aerial cable car. Mount Titlis, located in Central Switzerland, is a glacier paradise at over 3,000 metres high. Enjoy skiing or snowboarding on the slopes, many of which are open year-round. Adventure-seekers will love taking a walk across the Titlis Cliff Walk, an amazing suspension bridge standing over 500 metres off the ground. Up for even more adventure? Try kayaking on the pristine mountain lake, Trubsee or stop by for a visit to the Glacier Cave, an unbelievable roundtrip journey below the earth’s surface. With all that Mount Titlis has to offer, you’ll bring home fond memories that will last a lifetime.
Experience the beauty of Titlis on the world’s first revolving cable car
- Round trip travel from Engelberg to Mount Titlis by 2 cable cars
- Take a walk on the highest suspension bridge in Europe
- Issued as an exchange voucher
- The only accessible glacier all year round in central Switzerland
- Children under 6 travel free sharing adult passenger’s seat
- Discount offered with Swiss Travel Pass
- Entrance into the Glacier Cave, a roundtrip excursion below the earth’s surface
- A ride on the Ice Flyer, a chairlift that spans the glacier crevasses of Mount Titlis
- Enjoy snow tubing and sledding down a 150-meter snowy field At the Titlis Glacier Park
- Round-trip cable-car travel provided from Engelberg to Mount Titlis.
- Includes access to the Titlis Cliff Walk, the highest suspension bridge in Europe.
- Includes a ride on the Ice Flyer, a chairlift that spans the glacier crevasses of Mount Titlis.
- Entrance provided into the Glacier Grotto, a roundtrip excursion below the earth’s surface.
- More attractions are available at an additional charge.
- Discounted fares are only valid with a Swiss Travel Pass, Swiss Half Fare Card and Eurail Passes that include Switzerland, please refer to the type of pass you have when selecting your tickets.
- All child rates are valid for children ages 6 -15.
- Children under 6 are free.
- Children traveling with a Swiss Family Card are free when they travel with a parent or guardian that is traveling with a Swiss Travel Pass. Where noted below, please indicate the number of children that are NOT covered by the Swiss Family Card. Note: these children will be required to purchase a ticket.
- Tickets and the Swiss Transfer ticket are not valid for rail pass discounts.
- Exchange voucher for actual ticket within 6 months of date of issue with cashier at the valley cable car station in Engelberg.
- Train tickets are valid for six months from the date of purchase.
- The cable-cars between Engelberg and Mt. Titlis will not operate from Nov 6-17, 2017 due to annual maintenance work.
- Prices are subject to change.
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