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Switzerland - Mount Titlis

Great Ski mountain in Switzerland

I was on a 3 day trip in Switzerland with my mum. One of the amazing sight you cannot miss is Mount Titlis ski mountain. It was one of the most beautiful ski mountains i have ever seen ( like those kind of mountain you seen in the movie Lord Of The Ring). Located in Engelberg, Central Switzerland, we took a coach arranged by our hotel which is in Luzern. The journey was roughly 2 hour. The journey never bores me though. Usually i would spend time sleeping on a coach on a long distance trip but not this one. Along the way, we saw many amazing Switzerland's best landscape and high mountains and oh my god, is just simply too amazing to resist. Our cameras were clicking non-stop on the coach. That very moment i thought i was a paparazzi chasing celebrities. By the time we reach there, my camera battery has been half drained away.

Getting up there is rather time-consuming which you have to take 3 different cable cars (operated by ROTAIR) in order to reach the peak. But with the view from the cable cars, it just takes your breath away. I love the revolving cable car in particular which is the 3rd and final one before you reach the top. Once you are up there, you will be rewarded with the stunning, awesome, spectacular etc. panoramic view of the mountainous alps. It simply is an amazing place which you wouldn't want to miss it.

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Revolving Cableway - the third and final cableway to reach the peak of Mt Titlis.

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Me and my mum finally reach the top (3020 metres above sea level)

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My beautiful mum posing with a beautiful Swiss Alps.

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A radio tower on top of Mt Titlis

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The ice snow is painfully cold!

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Oh GOD THIS IS HEAVEN!!

Posted by LesCrazy 03:27 Archived in Switzerland Tagged snow mountain ski cold

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