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Sledding in Oslo

Sledding in Oslo Photo: Vegard Iglebaek (CC BY-NC 2.0)
Sledding in Oslo Photo: Vegard Iglebaek (CC BY-NC 2.0)
Overview of places to sled in Oslo.

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Probably Oslo’s most popular place for tobogganing, with sled rental. Go at full speed from Voksenkollen to Midtstuen, then use the subway to get back up to the top.
Transport: Metro line no. 1 to Voksenkollen

Toboganning run close to the ski jump at Midtstuen.
Transport: Metro line no. 1 to Midtstuen

“Akebakken” in Grefsenkollen
Long and popular place for sledding. Start at Grefsenkollen Restaurant and sled down a lit trail. It takes about 15 minutes and is fun for all ages.
Transport: Metro line no. 3/5/6 to Storo, from there bus 56B to Grefsenkollen

Damefallene at Tåsen
Popular and long.
Transport: Bus 25 from Majorstua to Kongleveien

Skullerudstua in Østmarka
Next to the Skullerudstua cabin (in the forest). Popular with local families.
Transport: Metro line no. 3 to Skullerud, then about 10 minutes walking

In the forest below Ekeberg sports hall (Ekeberghallen) you can combine sledding with a view over the city.
Transport: Bus 74 to Ekeberghallen

Steep hill below Tøyenbadet (Tøyen public bath) – across the street from the Munch Museum.
Transport: Metro (any line) to Tøyen or bus 20 to Munchmuseet

St. Hanshaugen
This park is a big hill, and you can go sledding from top to bottom.
Transport: Bus 37 to Colletts gate, then walk to the top of the hill.

Family-friendly sledding at Sagene, next to the Akerselva river.
Transport: Bus 37 or 54 to Arendalsgata

Short hill appropriate for the smallest children.
Transport: Tram no. 19 to Rosenborg

Ola Narr
Steep and fun for the whole family.
Transport: Tram no. 17 to Carl Berners plass, or subway line no. 4/5/6 to Carl Berners plass

Several possibilities for tobogganing for the smallest children.
Transport: Tram no. 12 to Vigelandsparken

Behind the Royal Palace (between the palace and Parkveien) you can take the smallest kids sledding.
Transport: Metro to Nationaltheatret

Next to Stovner Senter you find Lia Skisenter (ski centre). They have a great flood-lit hill for sleddig. There is also a cabin with coffee and snacks.
Transport: Metro line no. 5 to Stovner, then a 10-minute walk

Map showing the locations


  • Riding & Sledging Riding & Sledging
  • Sports Sports
  • Family activities Family activities


  • Nature and terrain

    • view
    • forest area
    • hilly
    • ridge
    • hiking area
    • steep
  • Season

    • winter
  • Winter sports

    • tobogganing
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Sledding in Oslo - Photo: Vegard Iglebaek (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Sledding in Oslo

Korketrekkeren Probably Oslo’s most popular place for tobogganing, with sled rental. Go at full speed from Voksenkollen to Midtstuen, then use the sub...

Sledding in Oslo

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