The 12-kilometre-long descent from the Titlis to Engelberg is the longest and overcomes a difference in altitude of 2000 metres. The Joch Pass ski region extends all the way to the Bernese Oberland. Live on the sunny side of Engelberg is a whole lot calmer: the Brunni is perfect for beginners, families, groups as well as relaxing. And the valley can also be explored on cross-country skis, doing Nordic walking, winter walking as well as in a horse-drawn carriage or sleigh.
Winter sports report
Snow report Engelberg
Depth of snow
0 cm in resort
Key Value List
Depth of snow in resort at 1050 metres
Depth of snow on upper runs at 3020 metres
Last snowfall in resort
Last snowfall in ski area
New snow in resort (past 24h)
New snow in ski area (past 24h)
Comments from the station crew:
Wednesday, September 30, 2020. The first ride up the mountain is at 8.30 a.m. The sections Trübsee-Stand and Stand-TITLIS will be closed on Friday 2 October and Saturday 3 October due to strong wind. The glacier slopes are expected to reopen on Saturday, 10 October at the earliest (snow conditions).