Bad Kleinkirchheim

Austria

Highlights

  • Ski the Franz Klammer World Cup Run
  • Beautiful spa resort with traditional Austrian charm
  • 103 kilometres of blue, red and black runs with 97 per cent snowmaking coverage
  • Wide choice of great accommodation options

 

Why choose Bad Kleinkirchheim?

 
Wide tree-lined runs and an efficient network of 25 modern lifts and links make Bad Kleinkirchen (BKK), along with its sister village, St Oswald, especially great for intermediate skiers. Staying on Lake Millstatt, groups have easy access to the ski area and the amenities of Millstatt and Seeboden, and a thermal swimming pool can be found in the centre of BKK.
 
Most of our groups stay in Seeboden, a charming resort which is the most westerly resort on the Millstatt Lake, and the one closest to the motorway. It has a peaceful and picturesque lakeside setting.
 
Just a short drive away, the larger town of Spittal offers plenty of shops and amusements for skiers who’ve tired themselves out on the slopes for the day. Closest to BKK and at the eastern end of the lake is Dobriach which has a few basic amenities, while Radenthein, five minutes from Dobriach offers more choice.

 

On the piste

School groups can explore BKK’s 18 kilometres of blue runs, 77 kilometres of red runs and 8 kilometres of black runs in the home resort of the former champion Alpine ski racer, Franz Klammer. With plenty of money ploughed into the resort’s snowmaking facilities, there’s more than enough to ski on  whatever nature delivers. The bulk of the slopes here are north facing, which means the snow sticks around that bit longer. Coupled with 97 per cent artificial snow on call when needed, the white stuff is rarely in short supply.

The ski school is based in St Oswald where beginners are well catered for. The ski school receives consistently high ratings and after some supportive, expert instruction, most skiers gain the confidence and technique to try the more challenging slopes above BKK. The Franz Klammer World Cup Run is sure to get the adrenalin pumping for even the most fearless of experts – not to mention the wide range of red runs on offer. For show-stopping mountain scenery, skiers tend to head to the jumps of the terrain park or one of many welcoming mountain huts.

 

Getting there

Calais (Coach) to Bad Kleinkirchheim17 hours

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Hotels

Hotel Bellevue

Bad Kleinkirchheim

A well-appointed, four-star hotel situated just 900 metres from the centre of Seeboden, where you'll find a good range of shops, cafes and amenities

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Hotel Klein

Bad Kleinkirchheim

A welcoming, family-run hotel that's ideal for school parties, featuring capacity for 100 guests and close to the picturesque Austrian village of Seeboden

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Gasthof Kirchenwirt

Bad Kleinkirchheim

A great base for school groups, offering old-fashioned Austrian hospitality, in a sunny position just 10 kilometres from BKK

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Landhaus Gastein

Bad Kleinkirchheim

A traditional Austrian guesthouse found within a short walk of the centre of scenic Seeboden, featuring great views over Millstatt Lake and the village itself

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Hotel Pesentheinerhof

Bad Kleinkirchheim

Located close to the picturesque Lake Millstatt, the Pesentheinerhof provides school groups with a traditional accommodation option providing access to the Bad Kleinkirchheim ski area. 

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Apres-Ski

Apres-Ski

School groups who choose Bad Kleinkirchheim have plenty to keep them occupied once the skiing is done for the day. Besides the thermal swimming pool in the centre of the resort, there's bowling and a disco in Mühldorf, swimming in Spittal, skating in Radenthein and curling in Millstatt.

Highlights

  • Bowling (Mühldorf)
  • Swimming (Spittal)
  • Skating (Radenthein)
  • Curling (Millstatt)
  • Pizza (Seeboden)
  • Disco (Mühldorf)

 

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