From Engelberg railway station, take the short walk to the valley station under your feet or take the free sports bus to the valley station. High above Engelberg, after the gondola ride from the Titlis valley station to Trübsee, the magnificent view in the direction of Titlis and the snow-covered landscape awaits winter hikers.
The winter hiking trail starts right at the Trübsee mountain hotel and leads downhill past the slide park to Trübsee. Covered in snow and ice, you can't see why Lake Trübsee got its name. But it should be revealed that even in summer the mountain lake is filled with emerald green glacier water, which makes visitors wonder about its name. Walking along the markings and the Trübsee-Hopper chairlift, you can already see the next waypoint from a distance, the Restaurant Alpenstübli. From here, the winter hiking trail leads to Chrüzhubel on the left side of the lake and back to the mountain station on the right. The Titlis Xpress takes you back to the valley at the starting point of the Trübsee mountain station.
When planning, please note the winter sports report where it is indicated whether the winter hiking trails are prepared and open.
Tips and hints
Getting thereTake 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.
ParkingParking spaces are available in Engelberg for a fee.
EquipmentHigh and firm hiking boots or winter boots, warm clothes, sun protection, hiking poles are advantageous.
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- 2 Waypoints