Reissend Nollen - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Reissend Nollen
The Reissend Nollen is a mountain of the Uri Alps, located on the border between the Swiss cantons of Obwalden and Bern. It lies on the range west of the Titlis, between Engelberg and Gadmen.
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0.7km from Reissend Nollen
The Jochstock is a summit of the Urner Alps, located near Engelberg in Central Switzerland. The summit is one of the two tripoints between the cantons of Berne, Nidwalden, and Obwalden. A platter lift runs from the Joch Pass to near the summit of the Jochstock. One of the beautiful trekking destination and also a picturesque spot to spend some leisure time.
1.65km from Reissend Nollen
The Wendenstöcke is a multi-summited mountain of the Uri Alps, overlooking Gadmen in the cannon of Bern. The main summit is named Gross Wendenstock. One of the beautiful picturesque location in this area which is suitable for trekking.
1.72km from Reissend Nollen
It is a mountain go of the Uri Alps, situated between the Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland, at the foot of the Titlis. The pass crosses the col between the pinnacles of Graustock and Jochstock, at a height of 2,207 m and at the outskirt between the cantons of Bern and Nidwalden.
Titlis Cliff Walk
1.98km from Reissend Nollen
The Titlis Cliff Walk is a pedestrian bridge along the cliff of Mount Titlis in the Swiss Alps. Built at around 3,000 metres above sea l(evel, it is believed to be the highest-elevation suspension bridge in Europe. It broke the record held by Salbit Bridge, also located in Switzerland. The bridge spans a distance of around 100 m (320 ft) but is just 1 m wide.
3.22km from Reissend Nollen
Trübsee is an intermediate cable car station by the Titlis Bergbahnen, Trüebsee is an Alpine lake on the Ober Trüebsee Alpine pasture in the upper part of the extensive municipality of Wolfenschiessen in the Swiss canton of Nidwalden. The lake lies at the foot of the Titlis above the village resort of Engelberg. The lake is a hydroelectric reservoir, providing water to the underground power station Trübsee