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Ingierkollen Alpine Center

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Ski centre with four slopes (2x500 + 2x170 metres) and a popular family area with a beginners slope and a child-friendly lift.

Snowboarders can frolic in the halfpipe or try the big jumps (small and giant) and rails.

Ingierkollen offers both ski and snowboard lessons, and there are skis and snowboards for rent.
All visitors must have a key card, which can be purchased for NOK 80.

Ingierkollen is located just 15 minutes by car from Oslo's city centre, and offers plenty of parking spaces.

Access by car from the city centre:
Take the E18 southeast to Mastemyr and take the exit towards Kolbotn. Turn right at Kolbotn (before the tunnel) and follow Kolbotnveien approx. 1 km (at the northern end of Gjersjøen).


  • Sports Sports
  • Skiing Skiing
  • Family activities Family activities


Mon, Tue, Wed and Thu
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Sat - Sun
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM


Train > Kolbotn


  • General facilities

    • free parking
    • kiosk
  • Season

    • winter
  • Winter sports

    • ski school
    • snow canon
    • half-pipe snowboard
    • snowboarding
    • heated room (+ lavvo)
    • alpine
    • children's lift
    • length of ski lift (500)
    • ski lift (2)

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Ingierkollen Alpine Center

Ski centre with four slopes (2x500 + 2x170 metres) and a popular family area with a beginners slope and a child-friendly lift. Snowboarders can frolic...

Ingierkollen Alpine Center

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