Alpine Curling is an exciting and easy-going ice sport, usually played in two teams of four. The aim of the game is to slide heavy granite stones, also referred to as rocks, toward the house – a circular target marked on the ice. Each team takes a turn, expertly aiming the stone across the sheet of ice, trying to inch it closest to the centre rock. The distance between the pins and rock are measured, with the pins on the left of the goal counting as points.

It is a great team building exercise, as one member can help out the other with an amazing shot. Yes, families who play this sport are known to develop a sounder understanding of one another. Not only does it help in fostering good communication skills, but it also touches upon trust and forgiveness. Ready to have an unforgettable time? Looking forward to bonding with your loved ones? Travel to Holiday Club Tahko Spa, Finland, one of the most thrilling places to visit in Finland, for a competitive experience.

Alpine Curling is deemed as one of the oldest ice sports and can be played outdoors! Picture this. A frozen lake, smooth and glistening. Emerald trees protectively framing it from all sides. Mountains looming in the distance. Sounds enchanting, right? To experience this today, visit our resorts in Finland.

With Club Mahindra, you can witness many such magnificent experiences across 100+ resorts in India and abroad! To know more about the Alpine Curling experience, read the Club Mahindra member reviews.

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