A fabulous game for the whole family to play. Initially created by a few burly woodsmen in the Finnish town of Karelia, it is said that the men called the game ‘Klop’ due to the sound the wooden chuck made when it collided with the pegs.
Since then the game hasn’t changed too much. You still line up 12 wooden pegs, have a short meet and greet with “Chuck”, and then start hurling him towards the pegs.
But whether played on the beaches of Waikanae or the snowy hills of Queenstown, you’ll find that Klop’s mix of enjoyment and competitiveness can often turn parent-in-laws into BFFs and 12 year old daughters into foes.
Your Klop set includes;
- 12 Numbered Pins
- Carry box
- 1 Chuck
- Rule and scoring book