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Winter Mountain Choices Around Lucerne

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We will have 2 days in Lucerne in January. It's not a lot of time and I know going up the mountains will be very weather dependent so I'm hoping for a bit of luck!

We would like to go up one of the surrounding mountains to get a view of the alps. A friend who lived in Switzerland for a while suggested Mt. Titlis. I was wondering if other people had any suggestions on how the view there would compare with Mt. Rigi or Pilatus in the WINTER. If we decide to go up to Mt. Titlis, how much time do you think we would budget up there? It seems like we can go in the glacier cave and take in the beautiful scenery... but not much to do after that? Just wanted to get a good idea of what to expect since it's quite expensive to go up these mountains. Thanks!

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