Ski trip to Bad Kleinkirchheim (BKK)
Bad Kleinkirchheim (or BKK as more commonly known here) is a popular World Cup venue tucked away on the edge of the Nock Mountain National park in Carinthia in the far south-east corner of Austria. It’s a great resort for intermediate skiers with a large number of impressive red runs and a favourite ski area of the Austrian ski legend Franz Klammer too.
Great resort for intermediates
Excellent value for money
Great food and hospitality
Stunning lakeside views
Virtually all the slopes are ideal for good intermediates and the pistes are very well maintained. The north facing slopes in BKK remain in the shade while the sunnier slopes are on the St. Oswald side. Beginners will enjoy the nursery slopes at the top of the Nockalm gondola while experts can enjoy the challenge of the Franz Klammer World Cup run from Strohsack back down to the gondola base.
Ski resort facts
Bad Kleinkirchheim is a spa town with plenty of swimming pools, saunas and treatment centres. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and shops to keep you amused and a good ice-skating rink in the town as well.
Where to stay
With a wonderful panoramic view over Lake Millstatt, the 4 star Hotel Bellevue offers comfortable accommodation in a stunning setting outside Seeboden. Friendly staff, good food and games room make this a great choice for school groups at excellent value for money. From here it’s just half an hour to the ski resorts of Bad Kleinkirchheim and St. Oswald.