Kids in ski school
Hiking in winter

When Old mother frost begins her work and ....

the first snowflakes float to the ground, it is time again for a winter holiday in the holiday resort Tröster in Bad Kleinkirchheim. The snow transforms the famous ski resort of Bad Kleinkirchheim and the Nock Mountains National Park in a beautiful white winter wonderland.

The Bad Kleinkirchheim / St Oswald Ski Resort welcomes guests with a unique variety of slopes, trails and winter hiking routes. It is offering comfortable and modern gondolas/lifts, gentle curved slopes for beginners, sophisticating slopes for advanced skiers and wonderful routes for cross-country skiing lovers. Bad Kleinkirchheim / St Oswald is truly perfect for everyone.

During your winter holiday in the World Cup resort of Bad Kleinkirchheim, there can be 103 well-prepared slopes, 23 Skihütten and 25 gondolas/lifts found. And the best thing is that the Maibrunnslope which is a skiing slope runs directly past our resort. You can directly ski from the slopes to our apartments.

Experience the unique combination of skiing and spa in Bad Kleinkirchheim. After a wonderful day of skiing you can enjoy the benefits of steam rooms, saunas, pools, massages and much more in the Thermal Römerbad or St. Kathrein.

The thermal bath “Römerbad” is one of the most beautiful alpine wellness temples in Europe and offers 12.000 square meter spa delights. The various lounge areas are terraced facing the mountains. Whoever devotes oneself with the joy of bathing here can simultaneously watch the action on the slopes. Of course, the Roman bath also has an adventure area for children.

The thermal bath "St. Kathrein" is a family resort, Kurtherme and health world at the same time. Discover the stimulating and relaxing options at St. Kathrein in Bad Kleinkirchheim. An individual wellness experience and 1.200 square meters of water surface are awaiting you.


Glaciers formed during the ice age in the valley of Bad Kleinkirchheim. In the Dolomitengestein of the Nock Mountains the rainwater is sifted through the rocks and therefore cleaned of contaminants. Deep inside the mountains the water gets heated up while taking minerals from its surroundings and appears as thermal water on the surface again.  

The first source with this special power can be found under the church Saint Katharina built in the 17th century. The spring water passed along in wooden tubes into the so called "bathing house". The water was heated and filled into bath tubs. In 1762 there was already a “bathing rule“ made and published.

In 1934 the first Kirchheimer thermal bath outside was opened and 1 year later, the community got the right to give this town the Name “Bad”.  By 1950 Bad Kleinkirchheim developed into a popular health resort. During a bore water with 36 - 40 ° C thermal water was discovered. In 1969, the first indoor thermal pool was opened. Today the St. Kathrein and the Thermal Römerbad are existing.

Even away from the slopes of the famous ski resort of Bad Kleinkirchheim attracts a lot of winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. How about:

· sledging

· Ski tours

· Winter hiking

· Snowshoeing

· Driving horse-drawn carriage

· Ice-skating

· Curling

· and much more

As you can see, you will find a sparkling winter wonderland which offers the ideal setting for healthy and relaxing experiences in the snow.