Scandinavian farmers curling at Lenk
Ice stock, which has roots in farmers curling, is a sport that is based on precision and has similarities to curling and bowls. Ice stock is exciting both for absolute beginners and seasoned club members. It is a simple game that is well-suited to anybody with no experience on the ice.
All you need to play ice stock is a stock and a puck, an ice rink and players. The aim of the game is to get your own stock into the best possible position and hit or push the other stocks. Unlike curling, ice stock is played on roughened ice and therefore, brooms are not needed for this sport. Ice stock on an open-air ice rink is an ideal activity to pass the time, even when the weather is bad.
In winter, ice stock training takes place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Lenk. This means that the rinks will be in use between 7.30 p.m. and 9.00 p.m. on these days. Just come along to watch a training game, so you can skate into action yourself on the next day.