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Engelberg-Titlis at-a-glance

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Datos de la montaña

  • Skiable Area:

    33.184252

    hectacres
  • Vertical Drop:

    1970

    m
  • Snowfall:

    0

    cm

Tiempo actual

2.3°C

Alta:10.3°C
Bajo:7.3°C
weather

Condiciones actuales

  • Últimas 24 horas:

    30cm

  • Últimas 48 horas:

    40cm

  • Profundidad de la base:

    0cm

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Vacaciones de Ski en Engelberg Titlis

Si usted es amante de la historia y del ski de clase mundial, entonces unas vacaciones de ski en Engelberg-Titlis son perfectas. Este antiguo pueblo escondido y lejano de la Suiza Central fue fundado por monjes benedictinos en 1120. De hecho, los monjes llevaron el ski a la zona en el siglo 20. Debido a que el área es de fácil acceso por Zurich o por Lucerna, se convirtió en un popular refugio de spa para la élite de los europeos en el siglo 19.

A pesar de su historia o quizá debido a ella, el resort Engelbert-Titlis ha visto muchas innovaciones tecnológicas, incluyendo The Rotair, el primer lift giratorio del mundo, el Titlis Cliff Walk - el puente colgante más alto de Europa -  y el Ice Flyer - un lift para seis personas - que abrió sus puertas en 2000. Al igual que muchos otros resorts de ski en los Alpes, Engelberg-Titlis ofrece vistas espectaculares para los no esquiadores gracias a sus confusos sistemas de lifts y tranvías. Otras actividades para los no esquiadores incluyen trineos, tubing, raquetas sobre nieve, excursiones de invierno y cross-country ski.

Ski en Engelberg

Los 9.934 pies de Klein (Mount) Titlis y sus picos nevados vecinos crean un espectacular eje central mientras esquía en Engelberg. El ascenso de 6, 463 pies hasta la parte superior del resort ofrece vistas excepcionales; se dice que se puede ver el 80 por ciento de Suiza. Muchos lifts acceden a las pistas cubiertas de nieve que ofrecen numerosos descensos de distintas dificultades para los esquiadores.

El resort de ski de Engelberg se extiende a ambos lados del Pueblo y el sofisticado sistema del lift ofrece acceso fácil a cada área. El ski glaciar de Titlis es considerado el principal atractivo y se puede disfrutar de octubre a mayo, pero está reservado para los esquiadores y snowboarders expertos. Esta zona está repleta de terreno fuera de pista como: Laub, Steinberg, Galtiberg, Steinal and Kleine y Grobe Sulz. Los expertos en busca de desafíos se deleitarán con la pista de siete millas en la parte superior de Titlis hacia el Pueblo de Engelberg. A los esquiadores de parques acrobáticos les encantarán las pistas en la zona Jochpass.

Brunni, el cálido resort de ski con orientación al sur, es ideal para principiantes y familias. Los esquiadores y snowboarders principiantes podrán disfrutar el área plana de Trubsee y aquellos con un poco más de experiencia podrán gozar de las pistas tranquilas en las zonas de ski de Gerschnialp y Untertrubsee. A las familias les encantará el hecho de que los niños menores de seis años podrán esquiar de manera gratuita.

Cumpla su sueño de esquiar en este famoso resort de ski de Suiza.  Hable o chatee hoy mismo con uno de nuestros Asesores Vacacionales de Skiholam.com

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Customer Reviews (3)

Overall Customer Experience*

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What the experts are saying

Niki Harris
Niki Harris
Mountain Vacation Specialist
55-1084-1799 X 3307
3.6
Good

Unique resort with rich history

Fiona
01/09/2009

Great Swiss resort

We've been to Engelberg a few times - usually good snow on the mountain, even late in the season. The ski area is quite small, but good variety and amazing terrain. Resort is still filled with Swiss skiers, unlike resorts like Verbier. The town has a 'regular' feel to it, and a nice atmosphere. Recommend hiring a ski guide when you are there, if you can. We've stayed at a few hotels in the town - Spannort was quite nice, as was Cathrin. Best place was Chalet Espen. We're going back next year!
david in Shingle springs
27/03/2009

great day

I have been here numorus times, after this, this was my first it was perfect great snow sunshine. I loked it. great place to do a little free ride in the powder. nothing serious. more of a chill relax day.
Lorna in West kingston
12/03/2009

Engelberg - A Great Value

Stayed at the Hotel Terrace. The all-inclusive package is one of the best values I've seen. All meals and an Apres-ski snack, soft drinks, beer, wine, tea, coffee from 10AM to 10PM, ski pass, and guide. The resort is really magical. Will go back for more.

Expert Reviews (2)

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Niki Harris
Niki Harris
Mountain Vacation Specialist
55-1084-1799
X 3307

Unique resort with rich history

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Located in central Switzerland, Engelberg-Titlis is a charming little town with a rich monasterial history. Founded by the Benedictine monks in 1120, Engelberg has the feel of a very traditional Alpine resort, ringed by high peaks and spectacular views. When I visited Engelberg, I had no idea what to expect, but I was blown away by the unusual marriage of modern technology and old, grand buildings that characterizes Engelberg. On the one hand, you have the technological advancements, such as the Rotair cable car which is already becoming legendary, and the preservation of the glacial tunnel, which moves a little bit every year as the glacier itself is active. On the other hand, you have lovely old buildings such as the Hotel Terrace that look straight out of history books. It is a combination that works for Engelberg, and makes the entire resort feel like a fairytale.

I chose to explore the resort as a nonskier, and as such can report that Engelberg boasts a large variety of activities for skiers and nonskiers alike! For a fascinating historical perspective on the village, visit the Benedictine monastery and sample the cheese from the show cheese factory. You can also take the Titlis Rotair cable car up (the first rotating cable car in the world!) to the Titlis glacier walk, mentioned above, or experience the thrill of the Titlis Cliff Walk before taking a family photo dressed up in traditional Swiss garb!

Engelberg has a lot to offer, and with such a central location, it is easily accessible from the Zurich airport – about an hour and 20 minutes by car, or 2 hours via the excellent Swiss rail service. 

Ann Denney
Ann Denney
Mountain Vacation Specialist
55-1084-1799
X 3657

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Engelberg-Titlis is a wonderful Swiss family vacation village - complete with ringing church bells and plenty to do other than skiing! 

This charming little village is just two hours from the Zurich Airport on the
efficient and easy train system. If you prefer a private shuttle, that
can be arranged as well. I would suggest ski school for a beginner skier,
and a guide on the first day for intermediate to advanced skiers to get the lay of the land. After skiing or on a day off, visit the local Monastery, the Cliff Walk, the Titlis Rotair (revolving Cable Car),the Mt. Titlis Glacier Cave or the Cheese Factory. 

Regarding accommodations, the Hotel Terrace is a lovely hotel overlooking the village. A short stroll through the village brings you to their private elevator taking you up THROUGH the mountain to their entrance. Once inside experience a grand hotel (110 years old) with Marble pillars and a spacious sitting area. The rooms are comfortable and most have large balconies overlooking the village. Dining is casual and rates include breakfast. 

Hotel Bellevue is undergoing a room renovation and will offer some of the most updated rooms in Engelberg-Titlis. It's location across from the train station makes it most one of the most accessible to skiing as well as the town for shopping and nightlife. This lovely hotel has wide hallways and very nicely appointed rooms with modern touches.  Adjoining rooms are available too for families who need a lot of room.  There is no pool/hot tub or spa at this property however, but breakfasts are included and they do a very nice après-ski throughout the winter season.

The Alpine Lodge Trubsee is very unique because it is a 20 minute cable car ride to get to the hotel and once there, it is not accessible to the village after the cable cars cease for the day. Trübsee Alpine Lodge is situated at 1,800 meters above sea level and is surrounded by a magnificent mountain landscape.The hotel's 31 rooms are perfect for anyone wishing to experience the mountains of Central Switzerland in all their
glory. The terrace for sun seekers offers a great view of Lake Trübsee and the surrounding mountains. Its "cow theme" really reflects the local culture based on daily production for the region. Breakfast is also included.

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