Engelberg is a beautiful alpine town and the largest ski area in Central Switzerland. Engelberg has flown under the radar for many years however it has been a long-time favourite freeride destination with a vertical drop of nearly 2,000m. Originally a monastery, an authentic rustic cobblestone Swiss town. Everything is within walking distance, making it an ideal choice for families. It has an excellent variety of restaurants and après. There is a lot to do here for the non-skier as well! From the Titlis Cliff Walk 3,041m above sea level, night sledding on a 3.5km toboggan, igloo on ice to snow mobiling.
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AccommodationEngelberg has a great selection of 3-4 star hotels, apartments in the centre of the town and even an igloo village. Most are within walking distance to the Titlis lifts or a short bud ride to the gondola station.
Skiing & BoardingEngelberg is one of the top powder & freeride destinations in the world. Most of Engelberg's runs are above 1800 metres and best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders, with some terrain lower down for beginners. However, Engelberg has deliberately left much of its terrain un-pisted, making the resort especially popular with powder skiers and snowboarders. Much of the off-piste is easily accessible and perfect for confident intermediates, while for advanced and expert skiers and snowboarders there are cliffs, couloirs and genuinely extreme terrain.
ActivitiesThere is a lot to do here for the non-skier as well! From the Titlis Cliff Walk 3,041m above sea level, night sledding on a 3.5km toboggan, igloo on ice to snow mobiling.
Getting There & AroundTo get to Engelberg fly into Zurich, then take a train to the village; a journey of around two hours.
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The Titlis Resort Apartments are modern and comfortable with big bright living areas and open-plan kitchen in all apartments. It provides plenty of room for a relaxed holiday with family or friends. It is centrally located in Engelberg and is just a few minutes walk from the village centre and Titlis valley station. On site small grocery shop, ski lockers and free Wi-Fi.