As the largest ski resort in Central Switzerland, Engelberg has plenty of slopes for both experienced and inexperienced skiers and snowboarders, as well as a wide range of off-piste attractions.
Summer & Winter
Ski & Snowboard
2000 meters of altitude difference of slopes and trails, great snow conditions well into spring, breathtaking Alpine surroundings: three aspects that make the Engelberg-Titlis Ski Area the special place it is.
It’s one of the largest ski areas in Central Switzerland with no less than 25 lifts and means of uphill transport. Boasting 82 km of slopes, the Engelberg-TITLIS ski area offers plenty of variety. The total route length for downhill skiing and snowboarding is 82 kilometres. The incline length (downhill route) is 55 kilometres. Within the system of 82 km of slopes, there are downhill runs for the ‚pros’ as well as 3 slopes for beginners. Glacial slopes at 3'000 m above sea level make skiing possible from October till May - there’s always snow!
Outdoor sports + fresh air = hunger: There are plenty of restaurants to choose from to take care of that! Italian pasta, French fries or classic Swiss ‚Älplermagronen’ - or whatever dish it takes to recharge winter athletes so that they’re ready to hit the slopes again for more thrilling downhill runs.
A tip: the downhill run to the valley is the longest stretch - covering a distance of 12 km with an altitude difference of 2'000 m. What a perfect way to wrap up a day on the slopes!
Tickets & Prices
To get up and back down the mountain you may want to take the cable car. Here you find all the different type of tickets and their prices.