Ski Lifts in Engelberg
Engelberg’s ski lifts run from 8.30 a.m. to 4.50 p.m. With a big vertical difference between town and the highest lift station, it’s a lengthy process (even without any queues) to reach the top, via a minimum of four big lifts.
Engelberg Cable Cars & Ski Lifts
The first two stages, to Trubsee, have two lifts running in parallel for increased capacity. Other than beginners heading for Gerschnialp, everyone has to reach Trubsee before they can start to disperse across the mountain so there can be queues on weekend mornings and at noon when half-day tickets become available. With a total capacity of 15,000 people per hour, there’s not usually a weekday problem.
The top cable car, complete with rotating floor, gives passengers a 360-degree panorama on the way up; the lowest-tech facilities – nine drag lifts – are mainly in beginner areas, supplemented by 2 magic carpets. The remaining lifts are an assortment of chairlifts, from 2-seater upwards. There is just one modern 6-seater, the Jochstock Express.
Engelberg Lift Passes
Ski passes are available from 1-14 days (successive days) with generous discounts for children aged 6-15 and young adults 16-19 years. Seniors aged 64 years and older get 20% discount Mondays – Fridays (public holidays excluded).
Engelberg Lift Company
Bergbahnen Engelberg – Trübsee – Titlis AG
Tel: +41 41 639 50 50
Email: [email protected]