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Read more: Stovner horseback riding centre Photo: Stovner ridesenter

Oslo

Stovner horseback riding centre

Horseback riding lessons at Øvre Fossum Farm. Pony rides for children on Sundays....

Kolbotn

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...
Read more: Holmenkollen zipline Photo: Skiforeningen

Oslo

Holmenkollen zipline

Fly down the zipline in Holmenkollen from the top of the jump tower to the bottom of the hill - 361 metres of adrenaline, with an elevation drop of...
Read more: EKT Riding school and visitors' farm Photo: EKT Rideskole og Husdyrpark

Oslo

EKT Riding school and visitors' farm

The visitors' farm where the animals roam free - a unique place for animal lovers of all ages. EKT Riding School and Visitors' Farm is located at...
Read more: Dykkersport Diving Centre Photo: Dykkersport

Lysaker

Dykkersport Diving Centre

Norway's oldest and largest diving centre offers diving classes as well as rental and sale of diving equipment....
Read more: DaiKai Photo: DaiKai

Oslo

DaiKai

Friendly and relaxing city retreat in the centre of Oslo - a modern, unique fusion of Japanese, Chinese and Nordic elements. Beautiful Japanese...
Read more: Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren Photo: Line Cathrin Bakke

Oslo

Toboggan run: Korketrekkeren

Full speed down Oslo's most popular tobbogan run.

Oslo

Bogstad Camping Minigolf

Mini golf course with 18 holes in beautiful surroundings at Bogstad Camping. Limited opening hours from 1 May. Open every day during summer holidays....
Read more: Outdoor swimming in Oslo Photo: VisitOSLO/Nancy Bundt

Oslo

Outdoor swimming in Oslo

In Oslo you have a number of places to choose between for swimming in the outdoors. You can swim both in the fjord and in the lakes in the woods....
Read more: Klatreverket climbing centre Photo: Klatreverket

Oslo

Klatreverket climbing centre

Klatreverket is Norway's largest climbing centre, with about 1700 m² of climbing and 700 m² of bouldering. The highest walls are 14 metres high, and...
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