Pulverer’s Skiing chalets

Comfy breaks from skiing in Carinthia

The Pulverer family manages no less than 3 skiing chalets during winter. Which means you will have great diversity for your well-deserved breaks between skiing, snowboarding or carving during your skiing holiday in Bad Kleinkirchheim. Are you going sun skiing and would like a small break in a sun bed?

All three skiing chalets in this world cup town in Carinthia in Austria are equipped with large sun terraces. And if the sun decides not to shine, take a seat in one of the rustic parlours with open fire places. From the Pulverer family's mountain restaurants you will enjoy dreamy panoramic views, both from inside and from the sun terraces.

The Julian and Carnic Alps, as well as the High Tauern provide the perfect backdrop for rustic meals in the heart of this skiing region. Taste Carinthian delicacies and Austrian specialties in rustic, regionally authentic ambience. And if you are not skiing yourself you can still come and visit the Pulverer skiing chalets. You can use the Bad Kleinkirchheim cable cars and re-energize in the sun and clean alpine air. Families with babies and children not old enough to ski yet, value this opportunity highly. The team at the Thermal world Hotel Pulverer will happily provide more information on the subject.

Pulverer Mountain restaurant Kaiserburg at 2,050m

Visit the Pulverer Kaiserburg mountain restaurant. Located at 2,050 metres and surrounded by impressive mountain peaks, this skiing chalet lies directly beside the higher terminus of the Kaiserburg cable car. The Carinthian delicacies served here have a legendary reputation. Roasted dishes; Kaiserschmarrn with apple puree and sweet plum compote; and farmer's doughnuts are traditional Carinthian specialties just like from Granny's kitchen. The Pulverer Kaiserburg mountain restaurant is an all time favourite for ambitious skiers. As a house guest of Hotel Pulverer you can make use of a very enticing option - after catching some valuable winter sun rays you can ride the well-groomed pistes back down into the valley, where the Pulverer in-house thermal spring awaits you. Don't miss having homemade schnapps before leaving the skiing chalet; after all you need to be warm from the inside before embarking on your last run.

Nockalm chalet at 1,870m

You will find the Nockalm chalet only about 50 metres from the higher terminus of the Nockalm National Park cable car. It is the most rustic and traditional of the Pulverer skiing chalets and has many unique parlours. You can choose the hunting parlour or the calming Swiss pine parlour. Or maybe you would prefer a seat right in front of the large open fireplace to watch the flames? No matter where you choose to sit, at the Pulverer family's Nockalm chalet you will always enjoy the best company, since the chalet is very famous with locals and visitors alike. Try “Rippalan” (the Carinthian word for spare ribs), homemade roast pork or a rich Austrian “Brettljause” (Bread, sausages and cheese served on a wooden board). And of course you must not leave without trying the homemade Swiss pine schnapps!

Rossalm chalet at 1,950m

The Rossalm Chalet is a real insider tip when it comes to Carinthia’s alpine skiing chalets. A mountain restaurant from the old days: rustic, comfy, homely and it can only be reached on skis from the higher terminus of the Kaiserburg cable car. It is definitely worth getting the skis on for a visit to the Rossalm chalet. Carinthian specialties such as Carinthian noodle dishes, strudels, “Wilderer Pfandl” (poacher roast pan) or Rippalan (Carinthian spare ribs). These rich dishes are prepared from scratch every day – a matter of fact for the Pulverer family.

Do these rustic alpine chalets sound exciting? Have the Austrian delicacies and Carinthian specialties made you curious about the local cuisine? Then best book a room at the Thermal world Hotel Pulverer to stay in comfortable 5-star-ambience.

Winter in Bad Kleinkirchheim