Car: not necessary
Nothing beats height for reliably good snow, Mount Titlis, the highest peak in central Switzerland at 3238 metres, provides Engelberg with a year-round snow covered glacier and one of the longest winter seasons in the Alps, from mid-November until mid-May
Renowned for its hospitality Engelberg is a short transfer from Zurich, Basel and Geneva airports, easily accessible by rail or road via Lucerne.
Steeped in history and character the town owes its origins to the Bendictine Monastery established in 1120 a d.
Engelberg offers all the comfort ,entertainment, diverse sporting activities and skiing challenge modern skiers expect from a first class resort., 82 kilometres of downhill ski and snow boarding, free ride heaven the most memorable, famous and beautiful runs in the alps, 'Kings run' from Mt. Titlis (10,000 feet) to Engelberg (3,000 feet) . In Summertime Eneglebrg's attractions, offer outdoor life at its best, energising, spectacular , unforgettable and diverse
Other Activities: Cross country , snowboarding/ free riding,curling, snow shoeing, skating,roller blades
Andreas Prinzing Golf Academy
Clubhouse with changing rooms, showers and locker room
Pro Shop with a wide range of golf apparel, golf accessories and Mietschlägern
public restaurant with sun terrace
Scorecard / Course Rating
Course Rating 18 hole course (6.5kb)
9 hole course rating (1-9) (6.5kb)
Course rating 9 hole course (10 - 18) (6.5kb)
18-hole score card Engelberg-Titlis (120kb)
May to October
Ski: The famous 'Kings run' from Mt. Titlis (10,000 feet) to Engelberg (3,000 feet) claims to be one of the most beautiful runs of the Alps! measuring just under 12 Kilometres (7.5 Miles) long with an altitude difference of 7,00 feet! A free riders heaven Engelberg offers 25 various cable transportation systems (cable-cars and mainly chairlifts, some T-bar lifts), 82 kilometres of downhill ski and snowboard runs, 39 kilometres of cross-country skiing. The run Mt. Titlis - Stand can be considered as a difficult downhill run. The run from Stand to Trübsee and the Jochpass-Engstlenalp areas are very suitable for intermediate skiers. The run between Trübsee and Engelberg is ideal for families and for the less-experienced. Today one of the biggest resort events surrounds the much celebrated, only natural ski jump in Europe .The FIS Ski-Jumping World Cup sees the best in the world compete for the most coveted title outside of the Olympic Games.