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Nordmarka, Oslo
(4.7/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Nordmarka serves as an area of unspoiled nature within the city limits that provides various opportunities for recreation throughout the year. A wide section of forest features walking paths, cycling routes, hiking trails, and cross-country ski paths. If the weather's warm, go for a swim in one of the scenic lakes nestled among hills. Stay overnight or grab homemade snacks while taking a break at one of the many charming cottages, which are open year-round. Be sure to bring a map of the area, even though most trails are marked. Arrange to visit Nordmarka and other attractions in Oslo using our Oslo itinerary planner.
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  • It's a huge and excellent forest area where you can go skiing in the winter, walking, bicycling and hiking in the summer. You are at the gate of this great and wonderful forest after just 20 minutes w...  more »
  • Within 30 minutes from the Oslo trainstation, you can find yourself with a sensation of bring in the wild. Endless possibilities to hike. Great first impression of the diversity of Oslo. ❤️ 
  • Nordmarka forest is unique with its idyllic water roads and forest roads that take you from the city at the Holmenkollen ski jump to the wilderness in the North. Numerous living rooms with dining and accommodation makes this a truly unique tour site in the world context. I've been on trekking in Africa, Asia and South America, but there is no that turn Oslo here. Now I have lived at this part of the forest for over 20 years so a bit subjective it can be that I have been over the years. But not a lot:-)
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