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Titlis

Parampara Patil Hashmi
Well, when we reached Mt. Titlis we were only lucky enough to experience a foggy journey to the top as the temperatures kept dipping. By the time we reached the top, it was snowing and raining, so much that we could only see the whites. All the attractions including the suspension bridge were shut. I could say that the trip was almost a flop. But this was my first time ever in -6 degrees and this was all the snow I had seen in my life. And I couldn't think of a better rendezvous with snow, than this!Winter KayakingOur final activity, a day before we left was winter kayaking. Now honestly, we had kayaked before in the sea- in Split and Maldives. But we had never kayaked in a lake. And we thought that the idea of an outdoor activity like this in chilly Swiss winters was quite the challenge. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!
TravelTales
Mt.Titlis, the most exciting part of the day. Because going atop 13000ft from sea level was such an amazing experience with 2 types of cable cars. From Engelberg, there is a Titlis Express station, where we all boarded this eight seater cable car, which took us to stand middle station. Then we took Titlis RotAir, a rotating cable car to the summit station which was 3020m height. This rotates its way up towards the snow-covered summit of Titlis. This is the world’s first revolving cable car, which revolves 360 degrees during the five-minute trip, treating you to panoramic views of steep rock faces and distant snow-covered mountain peaks. The summit station had 5 floors in it and the last floor was to get into icy mountains, cliff walk & Ice Flyer and the other 2 floors had few restaurants & cafe shops, one more floor had a photo store where one can get clicked with typical Swiss attires.
Sushma Neeraj
Mt.Titlis, the most exciting part of the day, because going atop 13000ft from sea level was such an amazing experience with 2 types of cable cars. From Engelberg, there is a Titlis Express station, where we all boarded this eight seater cable car, which took us to stand middle station. Then we took Titlis RotAir, a rotating cable car to the summit station which was 3020m height. This rotates its way up towards the snow-covered summit of Titlis. This is the world's first revolving cable car, which revolves 360 degrees during the five-minute trip, treating you to panoramic views of steep rock faces and distant snow-covered mountain peaks. The summit station had 5 floors in it and the last floor was to get into icy mountains, cliff walk & Ice Flyer and the other 2 floors had few restaurants & cafe shops, one more floor had a photo store where one can get clicked with typical Swiss attires.
Adete Dahiya
Start off the day by visiting Switzerland's loftiest peak – Mt. Titlis – and get a 360 degree view of the Alps from the summit. You can reach the top in the world's first revolving cable car and also experience the Titlis Cliff Walk at the highest suspension bridge in Europe.Pro tip: Carry a windcheater and wear warm clothing even if you are visiting in the summer. The temperatures can drop to sub-zero pretty quickly.
Sonam Singh
Day 6:Next day was for DDLJ point i.e. Mount Titlis. Mt. Titlis is a glacier experience (like Jungfraujoch) with wonderfull views in the greater Lucerne area.We hopped on Swiss Rail from Interlaken via Lucerne to Engelberg . Reached Mt. Titilis via Cable Car from Engelberg's base. Weather was clear sun was too bright ,did walk on the cliff and visited glacier cave. Had lunch at restaurant where indian food was available. This was the place where I saw majority of Indians. I think people still misses DDLJ era. People were clicking pictures with Kajol & Sharukh posters at Mt.Titlis.