One of the highest mountains in Central Switzerland is Mount Titlis, a 3,238m high mountain that can be visited throughout the year – in summer, visiting the gletscher offers a great opportunity to be amongst the snow and provides fantastic views over the surrounding mountains. In winter, it is a good destination for skiing and the mountain provides one of the longest ski-seasons in Switzerland with skiing possible from October to May.
We have visited Titlis on a number of occasions both in winter and summer and, as usual, took some panoramas while we were there.
This first panorama is at the bottom of Titlis in the village of Engelberg and provides nice views of the surrounding mountains. As always, click on the image for a larger view or go directly to the interactive version below.
Have a look around this interactive panorama by clicking on the image below:
The top of Titlis at 3,238m provides stunning views of the surroundings and has a number of activities to offer, including a permanent ice-cave, the ability to take a chairlift over the glacier and the “Titlis Cliffwalk”, the the highest suspension bridge in Europe. This panorama was taken from that suspension bridge. Clouds rolled in during the day which made walking on the bridge a special experience where you feel in the clouds.
Have a look at the interactive panorama and feel on top of the world in the clouds:
We also had the opportunity to be on the mountain during the night. We stayed at a hotel about half-way up the mountain which also has a lake nearby. Walking around in a mountainous area after sunset was a special experience. This panorama captures some of that experience at dusk:
Experience being in the mountains right after sunset in this interactive panorama: