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Mt Titlis Day Photo Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Canton of Obwalden, Switzerland

  • Activities

    Photo Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    590 CHF per person
  • Duration

    8 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily @ 8 a.m.

  • Starting Location

    Lucerne train station

  • Price Includes

    Profesional photographer & guide, Transport by train, Round-trip cable-car, Access to the Titlis Cliff Walk bridge, Includes a ride on the Ice Flyer, Entrance into the Glacier Grotto

  • Notes

    All Year round – Daily (EXCEPT 2 – 13 November 2018 due to cable car revision) Please wear warm clothes, sunglasses and solid shoes for your mountain excursion.


  • Glacial grottos
  • Hanging bridge
  • Glacier chairlift
  • Trübsee lake
  • Endless ice paradise


Trip Info

Private guided photo tour by train from Lucerne to Engelberg, on foot to the valley station, in several sections with gondola rail and cable car via Gerschnialp, Trübsee, and Stand to the Mount Titlis. Enjoy the gorgeous panorama view from the 360º rotating “ROTAIR” gondola, the world’s first rotating cable car that takes you up to Mt. Titlis – a glacial paradise at 9,900ft a.s.l. with snow and ice all year long.

Experience the breathtaking panorama of the Alpine world!!!

Further attractions included in the tour are (weather permitting) a visit to the glacier cave, and a trip over glacier crevasses in the “Ice Flyer” glacier chairlift.

The Titlis is the highest glacier excursion destination in Central Switzerland. The Titlis, Engelberg’s ‘house mountain’, and its glacier park are accessible by revolving rotair cableway. At an altitude of 3020 metres above sea level visitors are treated to a fabulous view of the central Alps.

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