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Engelberg Titlis
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last update on Dec 20, 2021
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Advanced 10 / 10
Overall: 73 / 100
  • Great variety of runs
  • Big ski resort
  • Enough runs for experts

    TOP for athletic and ambitious winter sports atheletes!

    „Engelberg-Titlis“ is a true paradise for those who are skilled on skis. The 82 kilometers of skiable terrain at „Engelberg-Titlis“ are located amidst a gorgeous mountain scenery but you can be sure that the resort has way more to offer than a breathtaking view. A must for all advanced skiers is the descent from the „Hohen Titlis“ (3020m) down to „Engelberg“ (1050m). It is one of the longest runs in Switzerland and demands from skiers to vanquish 2000 meters in altitude over 12 kilometers of length. The ski lift facilities are also excellent. Particularly the rotating panorama gondola from „Stand“ up to the „Klein Titlis“ is a real treat. All runs between „Stand“ and „Trübsee“ are great terrain for advanced riders. Also fun to ride are the descents between „Jochalp“ and „Engstlenalp“ on the opposite side of the resort. Nurmerous options to ride off-piste complete the versatile and demanding offerings at „Engelberg-Titlis“. Attention: Crevasses and the current avalanche situation should not be underestimated!

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    Simon J.
    Simon J. (Age: 18-25)
    Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2019
    Travelled as: Alone
    -The Jochpass slopes are very popular, quite long, sometimes icy and often very busy. They are medium rugged with lots of variation and a small speed section. The black slope on the mountain flank ... Read complete review
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    Joel Simon
    Joel Simon (Age: 18-25)
    Skill: Advanced • Travelled as: Alone
    Brunni The descents under the chairlift are quite short but varied. The black Schonegg piste is definitely a must, it has a great panorama, is a bit more demanding and is always deserted. The Bru... Read complete review
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