Bad Kleinkirchheim is an old spa town, nicknamed BKK probably for easier pronunciation. The word ‘Kleinkirchheim’ translates to ‘little church home’. Being an ancient Austrian spa town, Bad Kleinkirchheim first recorded mention was as early as 1166. The ski area became popular as a ski resort when one of its sons, Franz Klammer, became the greatest ever name in downhill racing. Bad Kleinkirchheim is linked to nearby ski resort St.Oswald and is an incredible place for skiing and relaxing holidays!
Bad Kleinkirchheim is located in Austria’s sunny south, amongst the gentle peaks in the heart of the Carinthian Nockberge Mountains. This traditional village has two modern thermal spa facilities which guarantee water pleasures and spa & wellness in a pleasant atmosphere. Bad Kleinkirchheim accommodation options include a wide selection of chalets, hotels, guesthouses, and vacation apartments. Being a famous spa town, the resort is not a quite one – you will find a great number of family-run taverns which serve local specialties made with home-grown ingredients.
Among skiing, other incredible sports activities are present, such as skating under the stars at the outdoor rink in a resort or on beautiful Lake Brennsee. You can hire a toboggan and enjoy the run at Wöllaner Nock or see the landscape from the comfort of a horse-drawn sleigh.
If you’re flying to Bad Kleinkirchheim, be sure to arrive via one of the closest airports:
There is no train station in Bad Kleinkirchheim. The nearest train stations are in Spittal/Millstätter See and Villach. From there are regular buses to Bad Kleinkirchheim (approx.30 km away). You may find it much easier to book an airport transfer from the airport where you land. Airport transfer is the most cost-effective and time-saving way of getting to the ski resort.
These transfer times are approximate only. Weather and traffic conditions can significantly impact transfer times:
We carefully calculate all resort transfer services individually, to be sure that our customers never overpay. Whenever you choose to travel and whatever your final destination, Alps2Alps will get you there for the lowest possible price. However, we advise booking early to access the best possible deal. Also, keep up to date with Alps2Alps for the latest offers, deals, and discounts on Bad Kleinkirchheim ski resort transfer services.
Transfer costs are calculated by the following factors:
All of the above will only ever result in our base-rate for ski transfers going down – we never over-inflate our prices at any time or for any reason. We also offer substantial discounts for off-peak, off-season and midweek transfers to Bad Kleinkirchheim. If looking for the best possible deals, travelling outside peak season or midweek typically results in the biggest savings. We offer midweek (Monday to Friday) prices with up to 60% discount than weekend prices.
Your transfer quote will also depend on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and other costs like road tolls and airport parking charges. In all instances, we work hard to keep our prices low and are relentlessly committed to total value for money. Which is why we guarantee you won’t find a better deal on your Bad Kleinkirchheim resort transfers, whatever your needs.
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Seasonal opening dates at Bad Kleinkirchheim are of course dependant on snow conditions, though are currently listed as follows:
Bad Kleinkirchheim usually opens mid-December and closes mid-April.
The resort of Bad Kleinkirchheim lies at an elevation of 1,070 metres, with a max vertical of 1,240m and its highest lift going as far as 2,310m. There are a total of 32 marked pistes, served by 27 ski lifts. 10% of the slopes serve the needs of beginners, 85% are for intermediates and the remaining 5% are for advanced skiers. The nursery slopes are located right in the village, so beginners don't have to go far. Intermediate skiers can move in the whole ski area: that is possible to take the Kaiserberg lift to the top station and choose the red pistes back to the village. The Kaiserburg top and middle stations give access to some excellent off-piste skiing through the treeline. You can hire a local guide or book private lessons with one of the ski schools to learn the technique and see the best ski places.
Bad Kleinkirchheim is a perfect place for family holidays: the region knows what a family holiday is all about, catering for children and parents alike. There is a ski school for children from 3 years old. The skiing penguin Bobo, the mascot of the Kinderclub, and his team, will be happy to meet with your kids. All ski meeting points are always in the valley - it's easy to get there. Bad Kleinkirchheim offers you an unforgettable family holiday!
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In Bad Kleinkirchheim you are surrounded by ancient architecture like the incredible gothic St. Catherine’s Church. There are a lot of beautiful places that are worth seeing! The resort has good bus links to neighbouring villages; you can also explore the nearby Field Am See. Slovenia and Italy are only an hour or so away by car. Find out more information at the following website:
While many people do use public transport to get to their ski destination, this may take up a long time to reach the ski resort. By booking an airport transfer you will benefit from travelling in comfort. Not all resort transfer services can promise this – Alps2Alps guarantees a higher-level service for every passenger.
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