Kerlinga Halle - Man delivering curling stoneKerlinga Halle - Man delivering curling stone

Curling

Includes
Return minibus transfers
English speaking local guide
Pick-up from your accommodation
Qualified instructor
Compete at the Latvian Olympic team's home ground
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Overview

Curling is thought to have originated in the medieval times in Scotland where it was played by pushing rocks on frozen lakes. The object of the game is to slide heavy granite stones down the ice towards a target, aiming to get the stone as close to the target as possible. Once you've let the stone go, your teammates brush the ice to direct it. It may sound easy, but curling is a tactical game and you'll need to knock the opposing team's stones out of the way to win.

Details

Minimum People
8 (smaller groups prices will be based on the minimum)
Maximum People
Dress code
To bring
ID Required
Useful Info
Entry Times
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Start Times
Start Times
Mon to Sun
Start Times
Mon to Sun 10:00 - 17:00
Allow
2 hours
Transfer Times
30 minutes
Minimum Age
Minimum Height
Minimum Inside Leg
Maximum Height
Maximum Weight
Dates
Runs
1 Sep - 31 May

The Venue

Kerlinga Halle - Stack of curling rocks

Kerlinga Halle

This modern, professional curling rink is located a 15-minute drive from central Riga and boasts free WiFi and an on-site café and bar.

Details

Access
Disabled toilets
Wheelchair access
Parking
Free carpark
Food & Drink
Cafe
Snacks
Changing Facilities
Showers
Changing room
Opening Times
12:00 - 22:00 · Mon - Sun · Jan - Dec