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Hiking TITLIS
Are you a keen walker and eager to explore the natural world on your own two feet? Then look no further than TITLIS. Countless walking and hiking trails await. You can choose from a range of different levels, from a casual stroll to a challenging hike. We also offer guided walking tours for those of you who prefer to walk with a group.
The Engelberg-Untertrübsee-Trübsee trail takes you from Engelberg to Untertrübsee via Stapfmattli. From here, the route continues to Obertrübsee. You can tackle the climb on foot or simply hop on the Älplerseil cable car. On arriving at Obertrübsee, follow the alpine flower trail to Trübsee middle station.
Walking time 3 hours
Altitude 1,000 to 1,796 metres
Level moderat
Campfire spots 4
Open June to October

The route around lake Trübsee is a beautiful walk for families with pushchairs or those who prefer a leisurely stroll on the flat. And don't forget to pack some sausages – there are four campfire spots along the way where you can enjoy a snack in the great outdoors.
Walking time 1 hour
Altitude 1,796 metres
Level easy
Campfire spots 4
Open June to October


The Trübsee-Jochpass-Schaftal-Jochpass-Trübsee trail is also known as the "Murmeli-Wanderung" or Marmot Trail. If you take a pair of binoculars, you should be able to spot these cute little rodents close up.  If you're lucky, you might even catch sight of some chamois or ibex.
The walk starts at Trübsee mountain station. Follow the path along the lake and take the chair lift up to Jochpass. From here, continue in the direction of Schaftal. The stunning mountain scenery that surrounds the deep-blue lake Engstlen is sure to capture your imagination on the way to Engstlenalp.
Walking time 5 hours
Altitude 1,796 to 2,222 metres
Level easy
Campfire spots 4
Open June to October

The 4-Lake Hike (Engelberg-Trübsee-Jochpass-Engstlenalp-Tannalp-Melchsee-Frutt) will introduce you to one of the most beautiful areas of Central Switzerland. Take the cable car to Trübsee and walk along the lake to the Jochpass chair lift. On arriving at the top, the route continues via Engstlenalp and Tannalp to Melchsee-Frutt. Take the cable car down to Stöckalp and then hop on the Postbus to Sarnen. From here, you can take the train back to Engelberg. For more info, go to www.hoehenwanderung.ch
Walking time 4 hours
Altitude 2,222 to 1,220 metres
Level moderate
Campfire spots 4
Open June to October

On the Trübsee-Stand geology trail, you will learn plenty about the geology of the Alps. Info boards provide an insight into the geological development of the TITLIS area, while the steep panoramic path from Trübsee mountain station to Stand offers magnificent views down into a fascinating glacier world. This trail is sure to impress with its stunning views.
Walking time 2 hours
Altitude 1,790 to 2,430 metres
Level moderate
Open June to September

The safe glacier path to Stotzig Egg begins at TITLIS Rotair Cableways mountain station and leads to the Stotzig Egg vantage point. From here, you can look forward to spectacular views of the nearby and distant peaks that make up the Central Swiss Alps.
Walking time 30 minutes
Altitude 3,020 metres
Level moderate
Open all year round

Access to the walking trails is subject to the weather and snow conditions.

Many other hiking trails are waiting for you down in the valley
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