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Guided hike to Sognsvann (Eng.)

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Guided tour of Sognsvann in English

Sognsvann is one of Oslo's most popular lakes for fishing and swimming in the summer, and for ice skating and ice fishing in the winter. Throughout the year you can use the path around the lake to jog or hike.

This tour is available for all ages and fitness levels.

Included in the price:
-Metro tickets (there and back) 
-A guided tour around Sognsvann

More information and booking on OsloHiking's website.

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Where:Start: Jernbanetorget
6/30/2014
Mon
10:00 AM
7/7/2014 - 9/29/2014
Mon
10:00 AM
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Guided hike to Sognsvann (Eng.)

Guided tour of Sognsvann in English Sognsvann is one of Oslo's most popular lakes for fishing and swimming in the summer, and for ice skating and ice...

Guided hike to Sognsvann (Eng.)

Source: Visitnorway

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