Snow Report – October Powder in Engelberg!

Glacier skiing on Mt titlis, best way to start skiing.

View the current snow depths, snow conditions and latest snowfalls in the valley and the ski area of Engelberg in Switzerland.

The Glacier is running two lifts and we are expecting the Snowmakers to work their magic in tight collaboration with mother nature. With some luck and low temperatures, we are looking at more pistes opening in the near future.

It’s not unusual to have powder turns on the Mt. Titlis glacier in October, but every year we feel like the luckiest people alive anyway. The feeling can be compared to that of meeting an old friend you haven’t seen for a while, midst having a beer at your favourite bar and you are both off the next day. At first, you struggle to find your way back to your common jargon and then all of a sudden, after three rounds, everything is exactly as to where you left it.

The schedule: Opening Date and Slope.

09.10.2021 – 22.05.2022 Glacier (Glacier lift & Ice Flyer)

06.11.2021 – 22.05.2022 Stand-Trübsee (6.11. – 3.12. only weekends)

04.12.2021 – 18.04.2022 Jochpass

04.12.2021 – 18.04.2022 Valley Run

18.12.2021 – 10.04.2022 Engstlen

25.12.2021 – 18.04.2022 Jochstock

Snow report from engelberg!

Hard Facts:

Snow depth Mountain (slope, 3.020m): 35 cm
Snow depth Location (1.050m): 0 cm
Snow condition: Powder, partially windblown
Latest snowfall: 13th of October
Avalanche alert level: No info yet.

Weather and conditions in Engelbeg Ski area:

http://www.bergfex.com/engelberg/schneebericht/

https://www.meteoblue.com/de/wetter/vorhersage/woche/engelberg_schweiz_2660902

http://www.slf.ch/schneeinfo/index_EN

http://www.titlis.ch/de/titlis-gebiet/wetter

What to do if you are not skiing yet?

The autumn in Engelberg is stunning. It doesn’t matter if you are up for trail running, skiing or biking – you will have the most amazing views wherever you go.

On Saturday afternoon we went for a trailrunning experience from the top of Fürenalp cable car station (quick ride up in the gondola and you can take the free bus service there). It’s about 10k from the top to the bottom and the trail is a mix of gravel, single trail and light scramble. It’s a winding downhill trail that doesn’t make your knees scream for mama but lets you run at a comfortable tempo so that you can enjoy the view.

Come enjoy the last bits of the season with us! // Ski Lodge Engelberg

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