Zürich Eternal Snow: Plan Your Best Snow Experience Ever This Winter

We know, we know; Zurich is one of the world’s most expensive cities, known for their iconic banking industry, so why invest in a Swiss holiday called Zürich Eternal Snow? Answer: the majesty of the Swiss Alps! Titlis is a mountain of the Uri Alps, straddled between the cantons of Obwalden and Bern. Behold the pristine Alpine landscape that looks a lot like your snow-covered mountain desktop wallpaper, but waaay better.

Still need convincing? From the famed Titlis Cliff Walk to the Rotair, here’s a quick guide on what to expect on an adventure to the top of Mt. Titlis in Zurich, Switzerland.

Here’s What You Need To Know About Mt. Titlis, Switzerland:

What is Zürich: Eternal Snow?

Remind you of your wallpaper? It’s even more stunning and perfect in real life! (image via Shutterstock)

This is a guided tour to Mt. Titlis and Lucerne city that’s perfect for first-time visitors to Switzerland. Combining the sights of Lucerne, the historic city, and a relaxing climb to the peak of Mt. Titlis, this Zürich Eternal Snow tour will let you uncover the awe-inspiring scenery of the Swiss Alps and the charming lakeside village of central Switzerland.

What Should I Expect from Zürich Eternal Snow?


The historic city of Thun, in the canton of Bern in Switzerland (image via Shutterstock)

First things first, you’ll be whisked away to discover the local sights of Lucerne, central Switzerland’s German-speaking city, on a walking tour. Breathe in the fresh pure air of the waterside village, admire the stunning Lake Lucerne, and check out cool souvenirs, including Swiss Army knives, watches, and miniature figurines.

Titlis Rotair

Titlis Rotair (image via Shutterstock)

Then, make your way to heaven, er, Mt. Titlis, a dreamy white and blue mountain paradise filled with nothing but rocks and snow. Yep. Trust us, it looks way more dramatic than it sounds! Hop aboard the Titlis Rotair, the world’s first revolving cable car for transportation from the station to the summit!

Take in the craggy rock faces, icy boulders, and snow-capped mountain landscapes en route. The fully rotating gondola spins slowly so you can admire the spectacular view of the central Alps from all sides. Enjoy a brief respite at the station, where you can eat, relax on the panorama terrace, or just keep warm indoors.

Mt. Titlis Cliffwalk and Ice Flyer Chairlift

Titlis Cliffwalk (image via Shutterstock)

Reach the top to walk across Europe’s highest suspension bridge: Titlis Cliff Walk. This is a pedestrian bridge along the cliff of Mt. Titlis in the Swiss Alps towering around 10,000 feet (3,000 m) above sea level. Adrenaline junkies, rejoice! You’ll definitely challenge your fear of heights—it’s known as the world’s scariest bridge ’cause you can see up to 1,500 feet below. Brace yourself for cold, powerful winds reaching 120 miles per hour.

Ice Grotto (image via Shutterstock)

After the bridge, you’ll be going through a 150-meter dark ice corridor or ice grotto, in a cave 20 meters below the surface of the glacier. Next up is the Ice Flyer, an exciting chairlift ride that lets you dangle your feet high above the mountains!


While we recommend going during winter to experience for the full winter experience (freezing temperatures be damned!), we also recommend going during May to July, when the Glacier Park will be open at the end of the tour for some snow tubing fun!

Where to Book

View from the summit of Mt. Titlis (image via Shutterstock)

Save yourself time and hassle by booking it here with KKday!

Other Activities Around Zurich, Switzerland:

Have your fill of authentic Swiss cheese! (image via Shutterstock)

More of a foodie and culture-ist? Have you read up on or heard about Swiss cheese, Swiss chocolate, and Switzerland’s postcard-perfect village, Appenzell? Then this Mountain, Cheese, and Chocolate day tour is perfect for you. How about more of a scenic drive (via train) throughout UNESCO-listed sites, such as Jungfraujoch? Then the “Day Tour from Zurich: Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe” will be more to your liking.

Engelberg, central Switzerland (image via Shutterstock)

Wanna make the most of your stay and visit two countries and cities in one day right after Mt. Titlis, Zurich? Explore the alpine lakes, meadows, and medieval sights of Heidiland and Liechtenstein on a day tour.

Although Zurich is expensive to visit as a European city, we hope you’ll plan this quintessential Swiss holiday at least once in this lifetime! Join Zürich Eternal Snow to admire the magnificent Mt. Titlis and explore the historic city of Lucerne as a gateway to uncovering the true beauty of central Switzerland.


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