3.5 kilometres of sledging fun awaits you on the rapid descent from Gerschnialp to Engelberg.
Sledging fans can quickly reach the start of the sledge run on the Gerschnialp by taking the funicular from the Titlis valley station. You can reserve a speedy sled when purchasing your travel ticket – if you haven’t brought your own. Once you reach the top, grab your sledge and get ready to ride! Those with the best technique will hit the highest speeds on the downward slope as it meanders its way through the snowy Gerschniwald forest and back down to the valley station. After all that excitement and fresh air you’re likely to work up an appetite. Hungry sledgers can choose between the Linie 8 restaurant or the Indian snack bar, both conveniently situated by the station. With a satisfied belly, you’ll be able to take on the next downhill ride with renewed vigour. Each time you ride, you’ll gain in confidence and hone your technique. A daily sledging pass allows you to use the run until the last funicular heads down to the valley, and includes the return journey to the station at Trübsee.
Turn the night into day with our special sledging evenings: every Friday and Saturday from around Christmas to early March sledging fans of all ages can enjoy torch-lit night-time sledging. After a magical downhill ride, you can warm up over a delicious fondue supper in the chalet at the Titlis valley station.
National and international connections (from Zurich airport connections every half hour with approx. 1h travel time) to Lucerne. Afterwards with the Zentralbahn in 43 minutes through varied landscape and gorges up to Engelberg.
Tip: There is a free bus service from the Train station directly to the Titlis valley station.
Take the Motorway A2 (Basel-Luzern-Gotthard) to Stans-south. From there follow the main road for 20 km to Engelberg. Engelberg is about 30 minutes from Lucerne. From Zurich you need about 1 h 15 min, and from Bern or Basel approximatly 1 h 45 min.