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Lillomarka: Lilloseter sports lodge

Lillomarka: Lilloseter sports lodge Photo: Lilloseter sportsstue Lillomarka: Lilloseter sports lodge Photo: Oslo kommune/Anne Aakervik
Lillomarka: Lilloseter sports lodge Photo: Lilloseter sportsstue
Lillomarka: Lilloseter sports lodge Photo: Oslo kommune/Anne Aakervik

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Sports lodge café in the Lillomarka forest in northeastern Oslo.

Closed in July.

Categories

  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners

Hours

Mon - Sun

Transportation


Metro No.5 > Ammerud

Facilities

  • Disabled persons

    • access for wheelchairs
    • suitable for the visually handicapped
  • General facilities

    • menu
  • Nature and terrain

    • forest area
    • cross-country skiing area
    • hiking area
  • Season

    • all year round
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Lillomarka: Lilloseter sports lodge

Sports lodge café in the Lillomarka forest in northeastern Oslo. Closed in July....

Lillomarka: Lilloseter sports lodge

Source: Visitnorway

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