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Lillomarka: Linderudkollen sports lodge

Lillomarka: Linderudkollen sports lodge Photo: Oslo kommune Bymiljøetaten
Lillomarka: Linderudkollen sports lodge Photo: Oslo kommune Bymiljøetaten

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Sports lodge café in the Lillomarka forest in northeastern Oslo.
Linderudkollen is located near a parking lot and a bus stop, and is a good starting point for exploring Lillomarka.

The living room has a fireplace and room for 100 persons. Linderudkollen also has a nice outdoor area where you can enjoy food and drinks - and the view of Kapteinsputten lake.

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Bus No.54 > Kjelsås

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Lillomarka: Linderudkollen sports lodge - Photo: Oslo kommune Bymiljøetaten

Lillomarka: Linderudkollen sports lodge

Sports lodge café in the Lillomarka forest in northeastern Oslo. Linderudkollen is located near a parking lot and a bus stop, and is a good starting po...

Lillomarka: Linderudkollen sports lodge

Source: Visitnorway

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