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Titlis Rotair gondola, Engelberg, Switzerland

The world's first fully rotating gondola carries visitors to the 3,208 meters summit of the Klein Titlis mountain far above the town of Engelberg in central Switzerland. The revolving Rotair bubble makes one complete spin during the five-minute ride from the mid station at Stand, offering 360-degree views of steep ice fields, crumbling crevasses and the surrounding Uri Alps. Engelberg has 22 lifts in all and 82 kilometers of groomed ski runs on mostly north-facing slopes. Experts flock here for the lengthy off-piste powder runs in a high-alpine setting. From Titlis to town, it is a leg-jellying 12 kilometers, or a 2,000 vertical meter descent. Did you know? For further Titlis titillation, visitors can access the "Cliff Walk," a 100-meter long suspension bridge -- Europe's highest -- over a 500-meter deep abyss.

320 | 2017-11-14 | Travel | Thailand

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