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DAGALI

Archery Tag

Archery Tag is a mix of the best of archery, paintball and dodgeball. An action packed game where two teams shoot each other or against the other team's goal with bow and arrow. Arrowheads are replaced with foam pillows, so that it is neither dangerous or painful to play.

Kolbotn

Places for swimming in Oppegård municipality

Ingierstrand is the most popular beach in Oppegård, south of Oslo. Here you will find parking, toilettes, kiosk and a nice restaurant. There are severa...

Ål

Oddestølen

You will find Oddestølen near Iungsdalshytta. Take the road from the Bergsjø area towards Tvist and on to Djup, 3km walk along a marked trail from the...

Gol

Mobrua - Gol town centre

Just outside the town centre (at Rv. 7 - direction Ål/Geilo) you'll find the outdoor public bath area in the river at Mobrua (Moen bridge). It is equ...

Gol

Tisleifjorden - Golsfjellet

Between Oset Høyfjellshotell and the Tislei dam there is a natural swimming spot, great for picnicing....

Gol

Lauvsjøen - Golsfjellet

There are also great swimming possibilities at the adapted area at Lauvsjøen on the west side of Golsfjellet....

Borre

Midgard Historical Centre

The centre offers exhibitions, guiding and a playground were children and adults can compete and play like Vikings. Midgard has a small souvenir shop and a charming café overlooking the magnificent park.

Asker

Hogstadvannet lake

Hogstadvannet lake has been used for many activities in both summer and winter. Previously, blocks of ice were cut here. The ice was transported to the...

Lier

Egge Gård

Egge Farm produces strawberries and apples. During the last years they have become famous for their ecological apple juice, ecological veal meat and...

Asker

Semsvannet lake – walk

Since 1992, the Semsvannet lake and surrounding landscape has had the status of a protected landscape area. This is due to the animal and plant life,...
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