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Eastern Norway Oslofjord Bærum

Trip to Kolsåstoppen

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Hiking to Kolsåstoppen


The trail is about 6, 8 km long

It takes about 2 hours to complete

It is moderately difficult

Suitable for adults, children and seniors

The amajor area Oslomarka, Nordmarka

The trip is feasible in the periods: March-April - May - June-July - August-September


Getting there

You can take public transportation: Bus from Bærums Verk to Stein Farm or by car: Parking at Stein Gård, on the north side of rv168


The coordinates of northern Kolsåstoppen are: E 0584898 N 6644487

Options starting points are: Stein Skogen, Gjettum station, Toppåsen Parking - top of Åsveien and Dæliveien (just north of Godthåb).


Kolsåstoppen is a well-known profile of residents in Asker and Bærum. It is one of the biggest climbing fields in the Oslo area, but the top is also suitable for beautiful walks. Kolsåstoppen consisting of two peaks, Nordre Kolsåsbanen which is 379 m and Southern Kolsåsbanen which is 342 m. Between the peaks lies the idyllic small Seats Ponds. Once you have arrived at the top you are rewarded with a breathtaking panoramic view over Oslo, Bærum and Oslo Fjord. On top there is a great anleding to take a good break. Parts of Kolsåstoppen located within Kolsåstoppen nature reserve belonging Kolsås / Dælivannet conservation area.


The route: From Stein Gård is the marked path and sign for Seats Ponds. The trail goes a little south of Knabberud farm and follows a steep cliff south, before anything climb up to Seats Ponds. From there it is signposted further south to Southern Kolsås. Here the view is enjoyed little before following blåmerking further down from the top. The top party here is steep, but is partially accessible with stairs and handrails. The trail takes you down to a dirt road where you go north past KIFhytta and on the east side of the top back to the Stein Gård.

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