The Trudy Trail - named after the hut warden at Jochpass - is the more challenging stretch in the upper part of Jochpass. On the way there are some more difficult passages, steep face curves and obstacles. Perfect for downhill enthusiasts.
The Trudy Trail - named after the hut warden at Jochpass - is the more demanding of the two trails at Jochpass. On the way there are some more difficult passages, steep face curves and obstacles. Perfect for downhill enthusiasts. There are two ways to get to the starting point of the trail. Either you choose the comfortable alternative and take the Titlis Xpresss from Engelberg and get off at the Trübsee mountain station and drive along the left shore of the lake to the Jochpass valley station. The short section takes about 5 minutes. Or you can pedal from the valley station of the Titlis cableway via Untertrübsee to Trübsee. To start the trail, take the chairlift from there.
Teilweise herausfordernde, schwierige Passagen
Engelberg’s sports shops have a wide range of bikes and cycling accessories for sale or hire. It’s also worth stopping by if your bike is in need of repairs or replacement parts.
Parking spaces are available in Engelberg for a fee.
By car you drive on the A2 (Basel-Gotthard) to Stans Süd, then on the main road 20 km to Engelberg. Engelberg is 30 minutes from Lucerne, 1 hour and 15 minutes from Basel, Zurich or Bern.
National and international connections (from Zurich airport connections every half hour with approx. 1h travel time) to Lucerne.Afterwards with the Zentralbahn in 43 minutes through varied landscape and gorges up to Engelberg.