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Sørmarka Arena Skating

Sørmarka Arena Skating Photo: Folkehallene Sørmarka Arena Skating Photo: Folkehallene Sørmarka Arena Skating Photo: Folkehallene
Sørmarka Arena Skating Photo: Folkehallene
Sørmarka Arena Skating Photo: Folkehallene
Sørmarka Arena Skating Photo: Folkehallene

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Skating is a great activity for big and small. Sørmarka Arena has 3 skating rinks: a 400m track, the hockey rink (30x60) and our penguin rink (8x60).

Have a look at the calendar on their website to see when the rinks are "open for everyone.You can buy you ticket by card at our ticket machines at the entrance.

Season during the winter till approx. middle of April.

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Sørmarka Arena Skating

Skating is a great activity for big and small. Sørmarka Arena has 3 skating rinks: a 400m track, the hockey rink (30x60) and our penguin rink (8x60)....

Sørmarka Arena Skating

Source: Visitnorway

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