The Titlis at your back and the local mountain Hahnen in view - you glide quietly through the Gerschniwald. On the Gerschnialp cross-country trail, connoisseurs and ambitious skiers alike get their money's worth.
The funicular takes cross-country skiers from Titlis valley station to the winter wonderland Gerschnialp in a short time. The 8-kilometre-long and varied cross-country trail starts only a short distance from the Gerschnialp mountain station. A small shuttle bus bridges the distance to the cross-country trail. Experienced skiers can tackle the first few metres to the track on the piste. The skis are mounted and the trail starts through the light forest. The snow dampens the soft gliding tones on the track and lets you really enjoy the tranquillity of nature. In between the short, intensive ascents let the pulse rise a little and the heavy breath shows through the white clouds the direction of the sky. Would you like a break? The Gasthaus Gerschnialp - Café Ritz right next to the cross-country ski trail invites you to take a breather. Over a warm cup of tea, clammy fingers can be thawed again. Ready for a new round, it's slightly downhill towards Untertrübsee. At the end of the training session, the funicular takes you back down to the valley.
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The cross-country skiing equipment can be rented in the sports shops in Engelberg.
The cross-country pass is available together with the train ticket at the valley station or at the tourist office. With the guest card you can use the trail free of charge. The Gasthaus Gerschnialp - Café Ritz right next to the trail invites you to take a breath.
By car you drive on the A2 (Basel-Gotthard) to Stans Süd, then on the main road 20 km to Engelberg. Engelberg is 30 minutes from Lucerne, 1 hour and 15 minutes from Basel, Zurich or Bern.
National and international connections (from Zurich airport connections every half hour with approx. 1h travel time) to Lucerne. Afterwards with the Zentralbahn in 43 minutes through varied landscape and gorges up to Engelberg.