Famously known to be the site of the first revolving cable car, Mount Titlis, located between Berne and Cantons of Obwalden is central Switzerland’s tallest peak and a must-visit landmark when in the country. Offering amazing views of snow covered...more
Famously known to be the site of the first revolving cable car, Mount Titlis, located between Berne and Cantons of Obwalden is central Switzerland’s tallest peak and a must-visit landmark when in the country. Offering amazing views of snow covered valleys, lakes, glaciers, forests and mountains; the journey to the mountain aboard the cable car is as spectacular and awe inspiring as the views from the mountain’s viewing point. Visitors will have to board the cable car that departs from Engleberg to get to Mount Titlis. Featuring a variety of fun snow activities like skiing, snowboarding and tubing, Mount Titlis is the ideal place to enjoy the snow with family. While the Titlis Cliff Walk; the highest suspension bridge in Europe is quite spectacular and offers visitors views of the mountain from a different angle, a ride on the ice flyer; a chairlift that travels over the glacier is great fun too. Visiting the glacier cave, which can be accessed from the Cableways Mountain Station, is a magical experience not to be missed. Tourists will also be able to get a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants located here.
Adults: $66 | Children (under 16): $59
Cable cars first and last ascent: 8.30am and 3.40pm. Last cable car down from Titlis: 4.50pm.
Around 2 hours to spend at the mountain, aside from cable car journey.
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children.
The breathtaking views of the Alps, the glacier, the glacier cave.
Although Mount Titlis may not offer prayer facilities, Muslim tourists wanting to offer their prayers while on the mountain will definitely be able to find a secluded area to pray. Muslim visitors can look for a clean and quiet area indoors or outdoors or offer their prayers in their hotel room when they return from their trip.
As mentioned above, there are a number of restaurants on Mount Titlis where visitors can get a bite to eat. While these outlets may not be Halal, Muslim tourists will definitely be able to find a suitable vegetarian or seafood dish at one of the outlets to dig into while here.