COVID-19: Latest Information

All information is continuously updated. 
The current legal provisions apply. All information is subject to change.


Dear visitors to the Bad Kleinkirchheim ski area,

As the operator of the cable cars and the Römerbad Thermal Spa, we have taken a range of measures to protect all guests and employees in accordance with the regulations of the Austrian federal government. However, our corporate group is not an official authority and cannot issue legally binding instructions. For further details about the current legal provisions relating to the coronavirus, please consult the comprehensive FAQ section on the Ministry of Health website or on this official page of the EU.



Please respect the COVID-19 Code of Conduct and enjoy your stay in the Bad Kleinkirchheim ski area. We are reviewing the situation continuously and adapting our Code of Conduct in light of any changing legal or regulatory requirements.



When using recreational facilities, the 2G (recovered, vaccinated) rule applies - COVID-19 Opening Ordinance dated 22.11.2021. You can find everything you need to know about the 2G Online Check-In and Green Pass here.   


FFP2 mouth and nose mask

It is mandatory for all persons above the age of 14 to wear an FFP2 mouth mask in closed station and access areas of cable cars, as well as during the ride with the cable cars, when using the toilet facilities, in the queuing areas as well as everywhere where the 2 m distance can no longer be maintained. For persons under the age of 14, a tight-fitting mouth and nose cover (e.g. a scarf) is sufficient. Children under the age of 6 are not required to wear a face cover. Face masks are available to buy at the ticket office for €1.00.

Showing personal responsibility 

Please show personal responsibility and protect yourself and the health of others.

Hand hygiene

Please use the hand disinfection facilities in the indoor area of the cable cars and in the toilet facilities, and wash your hands regularly.

Feeling healthy 

If you feel sick or have symptoms that could indicate a possible COVID-19 infection (fever, cough, sore throat, ...), please stay at home. As a holiday guest, please inform the reception of your accommodation immediately.

Follow the signs & information points

Please follow the Code of Conduct signs throughout the ski area.

Disposing of face masks

Do not throw away face masks and tissues, but dispose of them properly. Adequate waste containers are available for this purpose.


Carry a 2G-proof with you

When you check in, please have your 2G proof/Green Pass ready. This will be checked by our staff.

Keep distance

Try to keep your distance from other people as much as possible, especially in indoor areas and when queuing for lifts.


Ventilation of the cabins

The cable car cabins are ventilated by opening the sliding windows when travelling towards the valley.

All staff are tested continuously
Our staff at the cable cars see themselves as service partners and will be happy to help you answer questions about compliance with safety measures, so that you can always move around the mountain with a good feeling.



  • Tickets can be purchased easily at any time from the online ticket shop or at the vending points on site.
  • Are you staying at an establishment run by a business partner of the Bad Kleinkirchheimer Bergbahnen? Then your host will provide you with your ski ticket.
  • In accordance with the current regulations, all guests entering the ski area must carry valid proof of low epidemiological risk ( 2G-rule vaccination, recovery) with them at all times. Your tickets and proof documentation can be linked either online or locally at the lift ticket vending points or access points. If the ticket is not linked to current, valid proof, access will be denied at the turnstile (reader).
  • Children and youths
    A 2G certificate is required from the age of 12.
    In the weeks when school is not in session, a test series can also replace the 2G test if the test intervals are observed without gaps! For this, consistently negative tests (of which at least 2 PCR tests) must be proven within one calendar week. After the end of the ninth school year, the young person must additionally prove a 2G test.   
  • HOLIDAY Ninja Pass for children/young people aged 12-15 years.
    During the holiday period, there is a special regulation for school-age, unvaccinated children/young people from home and abroad so that they can be put on an equal footing with 2G status by means of tests. For this purpose, there is the so-called Holiday Ninja Pass, on which the test intervals are noted. Click here for the download form and details.

  • If the epidemiological requirements are not complied with, the cable car operator is under no obligation to accept passengers.




In the online ticket shop
you can buy one-day ski passes for the Bad Kleinkirchheim ski area 24/7 from anywhere.

Ski passes available at the reception desk
More than 70 partner businesses in Bad Kleinkirchheim and Feld am See sell ski passes directly at the  reception desk. So then you can hit the wide and perfectly-groomed slopes as soon as you’ve checked into your accommodation..

Charging existing KeyCards

In the online ticket shop you can charge your ski passes by entering the 16-digit KeyCard number. This can be done for both one-day and multi-day ski passes. If you have a voucher from Bad Kleinkirchheimer Bergbahnen, this can also be used to buy a ski pass in the online ticket shop. Visit the web portal to link your purchased ski pass and your 2G proof. 

Good to know

The Bad Kleinkirchheim ski area offers excellent facilities, including:

  • 5 access points with parking spaces:
    • Kaiserburg valley station
    • Biosphärenparkbahn Brunnach valley station
    • Maibrunn valley station
    • Sonnwiesen valley station
    • Nockalm valley station
  • 24 cable cars and lifts
    • Passengers are transported mainly with chairlifts and T-bar lifts; magic carpets are also provided for children.
    • Fresh mountain air is thus a constant companion at an altitude ranging from 1,100 to almost 2,000 metres above sea level.
  • On 34 wide runs spread over a 300-hectare piste area that is freshly prepared each day, you can enjoy skiing with plenty of distance between you and your fellow skiers.
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