Bad Kleinkirchheim ski resort is a spacious and quiet spa village in south-east Austria. It's spread out along the valley near the Italian and Slovenian borders. Virtually all of the skiing slopes are ideal for intermediates, making it a great location for groups of all-ability skiers. The village is picture-perfect, with quaint chalets and hotels dotted throughout. Bad Kleinkirchheim ski resort is a hidden jewel in Austria.
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Resort Altitude: 1,070m
Resort Skiing: 2,310m
Total Ski Area: 103km
Blue Runs: 18km
Red Runs: 77km
Black Runs: 8km
Situated between 1,100m and 2,055m, Bad Kleinkirchheim ski resort has 100km of perfectly groomed piste. This really is a hidden jewel nestled in the heart of Austria. Its many hours of sun exposure and simply charming atmosphere make it a must-visit ski destination.
With 103 slopes across 300 hectares, there is more than enough piste to explore in Bad Kleinkirchheim ski resort. Virtually all the slopes are ideal for intermediates. The long Franz Klammer downhill run will enthuse experts as it runs from the top to the bottom of the resort. For beginners, there are nursery slopes and easy blue runs too. There is also an extensive array of cross-country skiing and off-piste.
For snowboarders looking to have some fun on the snow, there is a great freestyle park, fully equipped with rails, boxes and more. There is also a speed measuring track for some healthy competition amongst friends and family. The snowpark is easily accessible via the Maibrunn Gondola and Strohsack Gondola.
With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.
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There are smaller ski schools that run ski kindergartens in Bad Kleinkirchheim, perfect for getting little ones up on their skis. The Kindersnowland is quiet, fun and unintimidating, making it a great choice for the smallest of snow-lovers.
There are plenty of restaurants in Bad Kleinkirchheim ski resort, many of which specialise in local dishes and some with fine dining. From top-tier establishments right through to delicious home-style cooking, every visitor to the ski resort will find something to suit their taste buds (and budget).
Après ski in Bad Kleinkirchheim can start relatively early, despite being a quieter ski resort. The Almstube, Viktoria Pub, Club MC 99 and Take Five Dancing Club are long-standing favourites, with many hotels hosting much of the entertainment throughout the evenings. There is something for everyone in this resort, whether it be a relaxing glass of wine or glühwein in an Alpine bar, or something more upbeat and lively. For an alternative après experience, there are plenty of spas available for unwinding in.
For non-skiers, there are a variety of activities in Bad Kleinkirchheim to keep everyone entertained. From snowtubing to sun terraces adorned with loungers, tobogganing, hiking, snowshoeing and ice-skating, too, visitors will find plenty to do within this quaint ski resort.