Cosy little establishment perfect for a first-time ski trip without breaking the bank.
- Half Board
- Close to the slopes
- Ski bus stop outside to St Johann
- Lounge and house bar
- Great for families and those with small budgets
The Mountain High's riverside location is just moments from the centre of Kirchdorf, so nothing is ever too far away. Tucked in between the Wilder Kaiser and Kitzbüheler mountains you'll also have some pretty spectacular views from your doorstep. It's a fairly short walk for access to Kirchdorf's slopes and ski sch
· Central location - 2 minutes' walk to village square and church · 6 minutes' walk to nursery slopes · 1 minute walk to ski bus stop
2 people on half board sharing a small room with Austrian twin beds,
private shower and WC. Quad rooms (sleep maximum 3 adults or 2 adults
and 2 children) with Austrian twin beds, bunk beds and some with balcony
are also available at a supplement.
Austrian twin beds
Austrian twin beds are very common in Central Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.
· Dining room/lounge · House bar · 11 bedrooms
· Hot and cold buffet breakfast · Afternoon cake · 3 course evening meals with choice of 2 main courses
Kirchdorf itself is a fairly small ski resort. There are only three runs and four lifts, so the skiing is quite limited. However, if you stay here you can buy the 'Schneewinkel' pass, which gives you access to St Johann in Tirol and other resorts with a total of 182km of pistes. These are not lift-linked. Alternatively you can buy the massive 'Kitzbuheler Alpen' pass, which covers nearly 700km of pistes, although over a much greater area, requiring a car to access.Kirchdorf itself is an extremely attractive Tyrolean village set in stunning scenery. It is only 90 minutes from both Salzburg and Innsbruck and is very quiet and sedate. There are a few restaurants, shops and bars and these are very Austrian in character. Overall, Kirchdorf is a great touring base, particularly if you want to avoid crowds, but not ideal if ski mileage is your game.