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Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren

Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren Photo: Line Cathrin Bakke
Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren Photo: VisitOSLO/Nancy Bundt
Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren

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Description

Oslo's most popular toboggan run starts at Frognerseteren and ends at Midtstuen metro station. At the end of a run, you can catch the metro back up to Frognerseteren for another run.

Korktrekkeren is 2000 metres long, and the elevation drop is 255 metres. One non-stop ride takes 8-10 minutes. The metro from Midtstuen to Frognerseteren takes 13 minutes.

Riding in Korketrekkeren is free, but sled rental costs NOK 80-100 per day.
Korketrekkeren is open when there is enough snow in the area. Webcam and updated information (in Norwegian) at akerforeningen.no.

Sleds for rent (Akeforeningen) next to Frognerseteren Restaurant, at the bottom of the hill from the Frognerseteren metro stop.

Facilities

  • Season

    • winter
  • Activities

    • tobogganing
  • Hire

    • racing sledges
    • sledge
  • Nature and terrain

    • difference in altitude

Categories

  • Riding & Sledding Riding & Sledding
  • Family activities Family activities
  • Sports Sports

Hours

Where:Winter
Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sat
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Transportation


Metro No.1 > Frognerseteren
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Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren - Photo: Line Cathrin Bakke

Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren

Oslo's most popular toboggan run starts at Frognerseteren and ends at Midtstuen metro station. At the end of a run, you can catch the metro back up to...

Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren

Source: Visitnorway

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