Trübsee, Wolfenschiessen, Switzerland
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
Attractions near Trübsee
Mount Titlis is one amongst the most popular tourist attractions of the Swiss Alps. It is accessible from a small town known as Engelberg. Engelberg is in close proximity to Lucerne. A day trip to Mt Titlis from Lucerne is a perfect way to spending one whole day in the Swiss Alps. Hence, many people stay in Lucerne while visiting Mount Titlis.
The Graustock is a mountain of the Urner Alps, located south of Engelberg in Central Switzerland. The summit is one of the two tripoints between the cantons of Berne, Nidwalden, and Obwalden. On the north side of the mountain lies the Trüebsee.
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 is a mountain in the Urner Alps of Switzerland. It is located in the canton of Obwalden in Switzerland, overlooking Engelberg and is famous as the site of the world's first revolving cable car. The cable car system connects Engelberg to the top through four principal stages .
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.
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