Covering an altitude difference of 2,000 metres from the glacier to the village down below, this mountain is the perfect destination for skiers and snowboarders.
The longest downhill run in the TITLIS ski area covers more than 12 kilometres and an altitude of 2,000 metres. Boasting 82 kilometres of slopes, the Engelberg-TITLIS ski area offers plenty of variety. 82 kilometres is the total length of prepared slopes for downhill skiing and snowboarding. The length of incline (to schuss downhill) is 55 kilometres.
Most pistes are snow-sure from December to April. Skiing is possible up on the glacier from October through until May.
The lower-lying slopes around Trübsee, Gerschnialp and Untertrübsee play host to a selection of easier runs.