Titlis South wall – Steep skiing, Engelberg
Titlis South Wall, Engelberg
Alexander Rydén tackled the exposed Titlis South Wall in the heart of Engelberg, Switzerland. This isn’t your average ski run. With a slope of 45 degrees, it presents a constant threat of avalanches, falling rocks, and ice, making every second on the mountainside a test of skill and courage.
But the danger doesn’t end there. At the base of the slope lies a 50-meter cliff, turning any fall into a potentially fatal consequence. Every turn, every jump is a calculated risk.
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@alexanderryden_film How we skied Titlis South Wall Last two winters, I have been practicing skimountenering with friends. Somedays ago, @felixlundin and I explored the south wall of Titlis together. Varied snow conditions. Would be fun to ski it again one day. 📍Engelberg, Switzerland #skiing #freeski #skidåkning #skimountaineering #climbinglife #engelberg #steepski #adventure ♬ Mountains – Hans Zimmer