Vacation of the year has arrived marked by the merriness of Christmas. Sales are at their peak this time of the year with Black Friday, Thanksgiving and Christmas lined up we have discounts everywhere. Everyone is driving back home with smiles and many gifts to put smiles on the faces of their loved ones. It’s better to spend this wonderful snow filled time having adventures with snow sports. Make sure you choose the best option for the upcoming vacation as this is the time that everyone reminisces in for the rest of the year.
Base Elevation: 3510 feet
Summit Elevation: 6742 feet
Vertical Drop: 3232 feet
In the district of Spittal a der Drau, in Carinthia, Austria is the spa town of Bad Kleinkirchheim. The town is known for its ski resorts with the mountain offering an elevation of over 1000 m offering skiable slopes of 185 km, as well as 16 km of tracks reserved for cross-country skiing. Also, the Alpine Skiing World Cup is held here often as the place is well known in Carinthia. In 1947 the local ski club, the Ski Club Kleinkirchheim, was established. There is also a 5 km stretch of a glacial trough valley in the Gurktal Alps in the Nock Mountains, between the Millstätter See and the upper Gurk River.
Bad Kleinkirchheim offers guaranteed snow, four ski schools, toboggan runs, cross country skiing tracks and winter hiking paths for the winter sports enthusiasts. At all four entrances of the skiing area of Bad Kleinkirchheim, there are rental shops providing suitable sports equipment, where equipment can be exchanged at any time during your holiday. You can easily rent the desired equipment from these shops and enjoy skiing to the fullest without having to worry about buying new gear this holiday season. The place also provides provide such facilities that you can take off your skis towards the latter part of the final slope on the Franz-Klammer downhill run, and jump directly into the steaming pool of the Roemerbad thermal bathing center to soothe the calves.
Bad Kleinkirchheim ski area offers a total of 103 km of trails, which are divided into 18 km runs for beginners which one track, 77 km runs for the medium difficulty which is one track, 8 km runs for difficult level riders which are one track and free rides and routes are not available on this mountain. The whole terrain serviced by almost 25 different lifts in different regions. The place has trained professionals in case you want to go home with some more experience and learning in skiing. The lessons are charged according to the plan you select.
The Bad Kleinkirchheim’s ski area has Kärnten’s Nockberge Mountains which offers best conditions for tobogganing for all those ambitious racers and for more riders who thrive for an advent on the snow hills. The sport is also fun for both families with children. A rest stop in one of the coziest lodges is a part of the program in this sport which can be enjoyed when you reach the top of the mountain. The sport counts on every gram on your body, thus, heavier you are, the faster you will be. It is advisable to pack your entire family on one sled or accordingly add weight in the form of meat.
The tobogganing run near the Kaiserburg or Wöllaner Nock is 800 m in length, 4 km tobogganing run to the Falkerthaus and the Lärchenhütte and 4 km Poldlhütte tobogganing run. These runs are around Bad Kleinkirchheim in Kärnten. The tobogganing runs in the family sports resort of Feld Am See are the following: tobogganing run Thurnerhof, tobogganing run “Klameralm“ at the Feldpannalm and Tobogganing run Mirnock ´73. These runs are open on request by contacting the official personnel about the details.
At the Bad Kleinkirchheim, there are four ski schools available which offer professional advice in helping you to ski like professionals. Special packages have been deployed to help with the appetite of adults who need to kick start once again at skiing practice by helping them carve down the curves once again. Specifically trained skiing instructors who guide you every step of the way and groups of likeminded people make the learning process much easier on any snow slopes and help them spring up. Ski kindergarten has very good child care and a well thought out course which will turn children on the slopes into smooth riders in no time at all. The small ones are taken care of in the ski kindergartens and the kinder snow land in Bad Kleinkirchheim and St. Oswald.
At the Bad Kleinkirchheim all four entrances of the skiing area there are rental shops, where equipment of your choice is available and can be exchanged at any time during your holiday. At the rental shops make sure to book state-of-the-art gear and best equipment for unforgettable fun on the snowy curves of the mountain. You can also test the latest designs and innovations such as Rocker skis here at the rental shops at Bad Kleinkirchheim.
If you have brought on your own equipment and are wondering where to keep them safe, then simply rent a practical ski depot at one of the valley stations at the resort and store your skis, sticks, and boots safely. To start a perfect day on these groomed trails on the mountain, it’s better if you book yourself the overnight ski and waxing service and start your day on the piste. There is many rental packages like Intersport Rent Kaiserburg, Intersport Rent Maibrunn, and Intersport Rent Brunch which offer a great number of deals.
The Bad Kleinkirchheim has over 25 different lifts which are 15 drag lifts, seven chairlifts, and four cable cars. The rate of tickets depends on age and the time of visitation. On peak seasons from 11 am the ticket for an adult costs €42, ticket for children costs €21, tickets for youth costs €34 and tickets for seniors cost €34. From 12 pm on the ticket for an adult costs €39, a ticket for children costs €19, tickets for youth costs €31 and tickets for seniors cost €31. From 1 pm on the ticket for an adult costs €35, a ticket for children costs €17, tickets for youth costs €28 and tickets for seniors cost €28. From 12 pm on the ticket for an adult costs €41, a ticket for children costs €21, tickets for youth costs €33 and tickets for seniors cost €33.
The ticket prices for the whole day for an adult costs €46, ticket for children costs €23, tickets for youth costs €37 and tickets for seniors cost €37. Ticket for 2-day for an adult costs €90, ticket for children costs €45, tickets for youth costs €72 and tickets for seniors cost €72. Ticket for 3-day for an adult costs €133, ticket for children costs €67, tickets for youth costs €107 and tickets for seniors cost €107.
At the Bad Kleinkirchheim is often a winter tour spot for large groups and hence has many offers for groups of more than ten people. The passes and tickets are at a reasonable rate and have many discounts to which conditions apply. The hospitality here is impeccable with a great place to spend some family time. The resort is a great place for learners with expert teaching staff. The Mountain is well suited for experienced and professional skiers. The well-groomed terrains can impress anyone. So, irrespective of whether you are a skiing beginner, an intermediate level skier or an expert, you can have fun skiing down the adventurous slopes of Bad Kleinkirchheim without any fuss.
So what are you waiting for? Awesome terrain, lovely weather, and holiday season all geared up at the same time. So plan your visit, book your tickets, pack your gears and head out straight for this awesome ski park with your family and friends and enjoy every moment spent here. You won’t regret it, we promise!
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