Skiing & ski rental in Engelberg

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Perfect conditions for skiing and snowboarding at Engelberg ski resort

Switzerland’s ski resort with the longest winter season

Engelberg-Titlis ski resort offers pure variety: Whether you’re a newbie, a pro or an accomplished skier – there are slopes and descents for every skill level.

As the region is known to have the longest winter season in the whole of Switzerland – from October through May – it’s also easy for weekend skiers and families to enjoy the snow there. The resort’s favourable climatic location combined with state-of-the-art snowmaking systems allows for excellent snow reliability as well as perfectly groomed slopes.

Top-class services at the ski resort

Thanks to the ski bus and the state-of-the-art lifts and cable cars, guests enjoy reliable and comfortable transport options on site. One of the resort’s highlights is the Titlis Rotair, the world’s first revolving cable car that takes you up to Titlis summit, offering splendid 360° views of the surrounding mountains along the way.

The local ski schools offer a varied selection of courses for avid and aspiring winter sports athletes. There are lessons for kids and first-timers, as well as for more accomplished riders wanting to fine-tune their technique.

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Your INTERSPORT Rent shops at the ski resort

The ski resort’s comprehensive services also include several INTERSPORT Rent shops for hiring your winter sports equipment. Whether it‘s skis, snowboards, snowshoes or a sledge you’re after – the shops on site offer you everything you need for your next snow adventure. If you require help choosing the right gear, our RENTertainers are always happy to assist.

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More about the ski resort

Engelberg-Titlis ski resort boasts slopes for all skill levels, ranging from easy to more challenging runs. The 12-kilometre run from Titlis summit down to the valley, covering an altitude difference of 2,000 metres, is a special highlight for accomplished winter sports athletes. The altitude difference at Jochstock run might be slightly smaller – but it’s no less fun!

There are also special areas for children and beginners, where it’s easy to learn the basics of winter sports. For instance, “Schmugglis Winterland” at Trübsee and “Yetipark” at Risti are perfect playgrounds for young snow lovers. Thanks to their beginner-friendly slopes, the Brunni and Bannalp areas are particularly suitable for families and first-timers on skis or snowboards.

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Ready for your adventures in the pow?

If you hear someone mentioning the “Big Five” in the ski resort, they’re probably not talking about the famous personality model or the book. What they mean are the resort’s powder-rich freeride slopes that are named after Africa’s big five animals, the lion, the leopard, the elephant, the buffalo and the rhinoceros. A perfect choice for winter sports enthusiasts who love the backcountry!

If you need to fuel up after some eventful skiing, you can do so at the resort’s many mountain huts and restaurants. They serve a vast choice of delicious specialities, including traditional cheese fondue and crispy pizza.

What’s waiting for you at Engelberg ski resort?

  • 82 kilometres of slopes 
  • 22 mountain huts and restaurants to recharge your batteries
  • 5 powder descents for freeriders
  • 2 children’s areas and many beginner-friendly slopes
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Skiing in Engelberg is right for you if ...

… you love long descents that run from the summit all the way down to the valley.

… you’re a passionate freerider and want to explore the backcountry. 

… you’re new to the sport and want to make your first winter sports experiences on beginner-friendly slopes.

… you’re looking for varied activities away from the slopes.

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At Titlis summit, at 3,041 metres above sea level, you can find Europe’s highest-located suspension bridge. It’s also worthwhile to take off your skis there and do the Titlis Cliffwalk – the view of the surrounding mountains and glaciers is truly one of a kind! 

Another highlight at Titlis summit is the Glacier Cave. The ice cave that can be reached via Level 1 of the mountain station of Titlis Rotair is an absolute must-see attraction!