Can anyone who has done this trip tell me if we will need extra layers to stay warm at the top of Mt Titlis in late September? (We are trying to pack only what we need)
We just returned from this trip. We were blessed with a beautiful day on Mt. Titlis! There was quite a bit of natural snow and everyone had layers. We wore our puffy coats through the glacier ice cave. But for the cliff walk bridge and the tubing we had our jackets unzipped. So, be prepared and take it as it comes. Our backpacks always had raincoats (just in case), and on those days we were going over passes or knew weather would be nippy, we had hats, gloves and puffy coats on or in our backpack as well. Enjoy!