Foodtruck Dalsland is modern, fully equipped and available for rent for your private party, business event or simply as marketing on wheels. With it’s base here at Kroppefjäll, the Foodtruck Dalsland heads out for adventures to serve delicious food made of locally produced ingredients.
More info: www.foodtruckdalsland.se
KIF is a local sporting association organising judo and football events and training. They are also involved in many of the village’s social events throughout the year. The Judo club is on Kroppefjäll’s grounds with classes at many levels and regular beginner’s classes. KIF adds to the lively atmosphere on site and offers extra activities and happenings on a regular basis.
Maria Ihrén from Nosework Dalsland offers Nosework-training based in House number Nine here at Kroppefjäll. She sets up exciting challenges and tricky seeking spots in our amazing nature. And as a bonus we have lots of trails just around the corner – perfect for a walk with your dog. At Kroppefjäll we love when dogs come to visit and at our Bed & Breakfast both you and your four legged buddy is more than welcome to stay.
Maria Ihrén, the founder of Nosewor Dalsland, has been working with dog training in many different forms since 1997 and has a solid cv. She’s certified judge in work, obedience and nosework. She is also an instructor in nosework and has competed in track, search and obedience at an elite level. On top of this she has trained dogs for the swedish home guard. In Nosework Dalsland Ihrén mostly does education, training and competitions in nosework.
For upcoming trainings and competitions – follow Nosework Dalsland on Facebook. You can also contact Maria directly at +4670 512 1689 or email@example.com. You can also read more about Nosework Dalsland at their website: noseworkdalsland.se.
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Helle Manvik, Ultra-marathon runner and member of OK Kroppefjäll also offers a range of consultations, tests and training programs. Contact her at the test center TränaT which is situated on the grounds of Kroppefjäll B&B or read more at the following link, under the TränaT section.
The old doctor’s house on the grounds is now occupied by a group of weavers. Meeting once a week, the group known as ‘Vävknuten’ or ‘the weaver knot’, have been weaving together since the 70’s. There are 16 large looms and some smaller table-looms. The looms are set up for weaving rugs, kitchen cloths and much more. ‘All you need is determination’ says Margaretha Fredriksson who organises Vävknuten. Contact her on +46 (0)530 202 05.