Cable Cars

Our cableways will transport you in safety and comfort to altitudes of up to 3,020 metres.

Food & Drink

Whether you fancy a small snack, a quick bite or a delicious set meal, you and your friends can look forward to a wide range of culinary delicacies from around the world when you visit our mountain or valley restaurants. Just because you're feeling peckish doesn't mean the fun has to stop.

TITLIS Mountain Station (3'020 m.a.s.l.)

The Panorama Restaurant is located at an altitude of 3,020 metres and greets visitors with a breathtaking 360° view of the surrounding glacier. On the menu, guests will find regional specialities, thin and crispy pizza baked in a wood-fired oven, a wide range of pasta dishes, and a selection of tempting desserts.

At the self-service restaurant you simply choose your meal from the buffet counter. Take your pick from juicy grilled meats, fresh salads or a dish of the day.

In the Mövenpick ice cream bar you can treat yourself to a selection of deliciously smooth, glacier-cold ice creams served in freshly-baked waffle cones. Too tempting to resist!

This winter, enjoy layer upon layer of flavour at the sandwich bar. All sandwiches are made to order, so you can get creative!

The opening hours of the snack stand on the TITLIS depend on the weather: so long as the weather is fine, visitors can enjoy a range of hot and cold snacks on the sun terrace.

The Engelberger Stube and the Gadmer Stube are reserved for groups – perfect for an intimate gathering of friends.


Stand (2'450 m.a.s.l.)

The Stand ski hut lies directly beneath the Titlis glacier, and serves up a charming atmosphere and a warm welcome as well as a range of truly classic dishes given a creative twist by the hut’s team of chefs. In winter, the cosy hut is right in the middle of the ski area, inviting skiers and snowboarders to come warm up by the three tiled stoves. The ski hut is open in the evenings and throughout the summer months for corporate and group events. It also boasts a sun terrace with deck chairs, allowing visitors to sit back, relax, and take in the incredible view of the glacier.


Jochpass (2'222 m.a.s.l.)

The Jochpass mountain hut, known by its Swiss name of Bärghuis Jochpass, lies in the middle of a beautiful ski area and provides a delightful resting point with its large sun terrace. In the summer, this region is popular with hikers and mountain bikers, and serves as the starting point for various hikes to Hasliberg, Meiringen and Frutt (the Four Lakes Hike). The charming, welcoming mountain restaurant serves up predominantly regional produce both as snacks and main meals.

What’s more, Bärghuis Jochpass was completely renovated in summer 2014 and will be opening its new doors for the first time on 12 December.



Obertrübsee (1'800 m.a.s.l.)

In summer, the Alpstübli mountain restaurant at Trübsee lies in the middle of a hiker’s paradise. The restaurant has a cosy interior and a large sun terrace that offers guests a fantastic view of the Titlis massif and surrounding lakes. The team in the restaurant treat diners to seasonal dishes and Swiss specialities, and there is a popular play area in front of the building where the little ones can blow off some steam.

In winter, the Alpstübli becomes a popular meeting point for snow sports enthusiasts, who flock to its surrounding slopes for skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and winter hiking. All levels of hunger are catered to by the restaurant’s range of warm and cold dishes.

What’s more, in the winter visitors can use the deck chairs located next to the restaurant free of charge.


Trübsee (1,800 m.a.s.l.)


The self-service restaurant at Trübsee is open all day, and offers a terrace for visitors to soak up both the sun and the view. You also have the option to reserve a relaxing two-person deckchair for the entire day (minimum spend of CHF 80 in the restaurant required).

The Trübsee Bar is guaranteed to lift your spirits, offering the perfect spot to either hang out with friends or make new ones!

The Gemsstube and the Bitzistube are wonderful spaces for events such as seminars or parties.


Untertrübsee (1'300 m.a.s.l.)


The Untertrübsee mountain restaurant can easily be reached on foot and is also located right next to Älplerseil cableway. Dishes include cheese platters, bratwurst with rösti and other Alpine specialities – everything guests expect from an authentic Swiss mountain restaurant! In summer, visitors to Untertrübsee can also hire Trotti scooter bikes from the restaurant for an exciting descent back down to the valley.


Gerschnialp (1'270 m.a.s.l.)


The Ritz Gerschnialp restaurant lies in the middle of a beautiful mountain landscape. Guests can expect a rustic, cosy atmosphere with the feel of a mountain hut. The restaurant is perfect for anyone looking for a hearty meal, a small snack, a post-hike drink or a warming beverage after a day on the slopes. It is also a popular spot for the little ones, who can burn off some energy on the play area or exploring the natural surroundings. 


TITLIS Valley Station (1'050 m.a.s.l.)


Restaurant Linie 8 is the perfect stopover for cableway travellers with empty stomachs. In the morning you can enjoy deliciously buttery, flaky Gipfeli (Swiss croissants) and steaming hot coffee, and then for lunch there are flavoursome pasta dishes, juicy grilled meats, and hearty burgers. For a little something in between, head to the takeaway counter or the kiosk for a delicious range of sandwiches and snacks.

Chalet is where the après-ski fun begins! This cosy hut is open from 3 p.m. every day throughout the winter season – the perfect place to mingle and enjoy a hot drink after a day on the slopes. Chalet can also be booked for group events, company events and private parties. 


TITLIS - Bergbahnen, Hotels & Gastronomie

Poststrasse 3
6391 Engelberg

+41 41 639 50 50


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