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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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Korketrekkeren
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

Midtstulia
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

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

Tøyenparken
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.

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

Uranienborgparken
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

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

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

Liabakken
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


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  • Nature and terrain

    • forest area
    • hiking area
    • ridge
    • hilly
    • steep
    • view
  • Winter sports

    • tobogganing

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  • Family activities Family activities
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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...

Sledding in Oslo

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