Love adventure? Then this one's for you! Cable car ride going to the top takes approximately 20-25 minutes. You have 3 cable car rides in store for you, and each one is different - a small one, a big one, and a revolving one! How they have managed to put an observatory at the top is a marvel, but you need not worry as the entire seemingly breathtaking facilities are safe and sound.
The Titlis Rotair gondola rotates its way up towards the snow-covered summit of Mt. Titlis. It is the world's first revolving gondola that can accommodate up to 50 pax if I'm not mistaken and transports you from the middle station going to the mountain station at 3,032 meters above sea-level. The gondola revolves 360 degrees during the five-minute trip, treating you to idyllic panoramic views of steep rock faces, deep crevasses and distant snow-covered mountain peaks.
This was taken at the top most floor of the mountain station where you can find souvenir shops and restaurants. :) Dining at the top isn't cheap by the way. Meals range from €10-50 so make sure you bring extra money.
And voilaaaaa! Groufie with the gang at the top of Mt. Titlis. ;) We were blessed because weather was great so we had a clear view of the surrounding alps.
We couldn't stop taking selfies because the views were breathtaking.
Here's a clearer shot of the alps using my Fujifilm X-M1.