Bad Kleinkirchheim

Austria

Highlights

  • The home of the Franz Klammer World Cup Run
  • Beautiful spa resort with traditional Austrian charm
  • 103km of snowsure piste with 97% snowmaking coverage
  • An excellent range of accommodation options available

Why choose this resort?

 
 
Following a huge investment over recent years Bad Kleinkirchheim and St Oswald provide both great snowmaking and lift facilities. The efficient network of lifts combined with 103kms of piste allows school ski groups to easily access a range of slopes particularly suited for intermediate to advanced skiers. Covering 97% of skiable terrain, the resort’s snowmaking capabilities provides school groups with plenty of options late in the season. Forming part of the Gurktal Alps Bad Kleinkirchheim is not only known for being the home of downhill legend Franz Klammer, but also the 45km Mölltaler Glacier and wide tree-lined runs. Groups can enjoy accommodation on Lake Millstatt, providing easy access to the ski area and the resort’s thermal swimming pool located in the centre of Bad Kleinkirchheim.
 

On the slopes

The Carinthia area always provides good conditions and, with predominantly north facing slopes across Bad Kleinkirchheim, Party Leaders can be sure of good snow throughout the season. 25 lifts transport schools across the resort and beginners will soon be aiming higher once they get to grips with the basics on the nursery slopes of St Oswald. There is plenty to keep intermediates happy with over 75kms of red runs to choose from before joining the advanced skiers on the further 8kms of black slopes. The terrain park offers a chance of scenery for those looking to try out some jumps while the many traditional mountain huts dotted across the slopes provide the perfect rest stops for those snow-covered views across the resort.
 

Travel Details

Calais (Coach) to Bad Kleinkirchheim17 hours

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Resort height 1065m
Lift range 1100-2055m
Number of lifts 25
Size of piste 103km
Number of trails 32
Beginner 2
Intermediate 25
Advanced 5
Snowmaking 800 snow cannons

Piste Map

Hotels

Hotel Bellevue

Bad Kleinkirchheim

Any school groups wishing to stay close to local amenities as well as having a good selection of facilities on-site should certainly check out Hotel Bellevue which can be found just a short stroll from the centre of Seeboden.

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Hotel Klein

Bad Kleinkirchheim

This family-run hotel has a capacity for 100 guests and is close to the picturesque Austrian village of Seeboden which adds up to a winning property for school parties.

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Kirchenwirt

Bad Kleinkirchheim

Located around six miles from the slopes of Bad Kleinkirchheim, the Kirchenwirt presents school groups with a great base from where to enjoy the sights of Austria with fantastic views over Lake Millstatt never failing to provide photo ops aplenty.

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Landhaus Gastein

Bad Kleinkirchheim

This traditional Austrian guest house can be found just a short walk from the resort centre and boasts great views over Millstatt Lake as well as the village of Seeboden.

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Hotel Pesentheinerhof

Bad Kleinkirchheim

The Hotel Pesentheinerhof provides SkiBound groups with a traditionally themed option just 1.1 miles from Millstatt and the opportunity to stay in a one-party hotel. 

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Apres-Ski

Apres-Ski

Après-ski is exactly as you’d hope for with bowling, ice skating, curling, discos and karaoke all proving popular with our BKK school groups. Make the most of your downtime off the slopes with a trip to the thermal swimming pool a short distance away from your accommodation.

Highlights

  • Swimming
  • Bowling
  • Ice skating
  • Disco and karaoke
  • Curling

 

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