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Øvre Lyse Farm

Øvre Lyse Farm Photo: Øvre Lyse gård
Øvre Lyse Farm Photo: Øvre Lyse gård

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Øvre Lyse Farm is located at the end of the Sørkedalen valley, and offers a variety of activities all year round.

- Horse & sleigh rides in the forest in winter
- Horse & carriage rides for weddings etc.
- Dinners fro groups and special events in Gamlestua (85 persons), lavvo (Sami tent, 90 persons), tent (100 persons)
- Chop your own Christmas tree (last few weekends before Christmas)
- Other group activities

The farm is located 30 minutes from the centre of Oslo, and almost always has snow from December to April.

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Categories

  • Riding & Sledging Riding & Sledging
  • Farm activities Farm activities

Transportation


Metro No.2 > Røa bus No.41 > Skansebakken
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Øvre Lyse Farm

Øvre Lyse Farm is located at the end of the Sørkedalen valley, and offers a variety of activities all year round. - Horse & sleigh rides in the forest...

Øvre Lyse Farm

Source: Visitnorway

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