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Alpine Adventures
  5300 NW 33rd Avenue, Suite 216
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
1 954 564 6722
 1 800 755 1330
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Engelberg is one of the top powder & freeride destinations in the world.

In the shadows of Titlis, Engelberg ski resort is renowned for huge storms puking heaps of fresh snow, gnarly descents of up to 6,500 ft vertical & easy accessibility from Zurich (and other major cities like Lucerne) by train. Engelberg Titlis is ‘world class big mountain skiing’ in the truest sense of the words. The off-piste freeride terrain can be super intimidating to the uninitiated. Even on the more popular routes (i.e. Laub), avalanche danger & crevasses on the glaciers are ever present. If intending to tackle the ‘Big 5’, Engelberg is best sampled (at first anyway) with a guide – funnily enough, the guides may not refer to these signature freeride routes in those terms, and seems to have been coined by visitors not locals!

For a Swiss ski resort, Engelberg is better than most when it comes to après ski. The Iglu bar up on the mountain near Trübsee is sensational, the Chalet at the gondola lift base a local standard and the Core Irish bar in the town centre is excellent. All three can be combined in one afternoon.

Mountain Stats

    • Base: 1,050 metres
    • Summit: 3,020 metres
    • Vertical: 1,970 metres
    • Ski area extent: 82 km
    • Longest run: 12 km
      - Beginner: 25 km
      - Intermediate: 53 km
      - Advanced: 4 km
    • Number of ski lifts: 24
      - Cable cars: 5
      - Funiculars: 2
      - Gondolas: 2
      - Chairlifts: 7
      - Surface lifts: 8