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Jochpass Trail

Crystal clear mountain lakes, bubbling streams, majestic glaciers - the backdrop for mountain bikers in Engelberg is world class. And the trails are also impressive. With 440 metres of descent, the 4.5 km Jochpass Trail offers plenty of fun and flow for riders of all abilities. The numerous curves, bumps and rollers are naturally incorporated into the terrain.

The new Jochpass Trail is a flow trail from Jochpass to Trübsee and has been designed as a fun trail for both beginners and experienced bikers alike. The various elements and bends can be navigated at different speeds.

Distance 4.5 kilometers
Altitude 440 meters
Level easy
Accessible June to October

route description
The trail starts at the Jochpass mountain station and snakes down the mountain for 4.5 kilometres towards Trübsee. The route has a total of 440 metres of descent and includes curves, bumps and rollers that have been designed in such a way to provide equal fun for beginners and more advanced riders. 

There are two ways to get to the start of the trail. The more relaxed variant is to take the Titlis Xpress from Engelberg, disembark at the Trübsee mountain station, and then cycle along the left bank of the lake to the Jochpass valley station. This short section takes around five minutes. The alternative is to cycle up to Trübsee via Untertrübsee from the cableway station down in Engelberg. Whichever option you choose, the chairlift will bring you to the start of the trail.

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Length 29,9 km
Ascents / descents 1502 m/1431 m
Min./max. Height    997 m/2208 m
Travel time  4:30 h

Trail: Stöckalp – Mechsee-Frutt – Tannensee – Engstlensee – Jochpass – Trübsee – Engelberg (also possible to ride it from the other direction).