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Korketrekkeren

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Frognerseteren, Oslo 2004 Norway
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FrognerseterenOslo Metro4 min
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Explore Norway beyond the city of Oslo with a sightseeing cruise on the Oslo Fjord. Take in the scenic waterfront and get an overview of the city from a new perspective on board a boat. Choose a convenient departure time and see the rocky shores of the fjord plus small islets and wooded hills. Learn about the area’s history and geography from an on-board guide.
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🍴😙😊😀 wrote a review Mar 2020
Tromso, Norway158 contributions33 helpful votes
Wooow amazing i love it. Been here also many times. Super simple to rent it its fun for the whole family you can slide to the metro station down and from there take metro back again pretty long and soo much fun 😁😊
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Barry A wrote a review Mar 2020
Colchester, United Kingdom1,071 contributions217 helpful votes
Visited here with my wife and two adults sons and had a great day. We traveled to Frognerseteren from central Oslo and picked up sleds and helmets near to the train station. We then hurtled down the Korketrekken, crashed, wiped out and got soaking wet and it was the best day of our holiday. We were lucky to be there in early March as there were very few others on the run so we were able to race each other and crash without worrying about others. Apparently it can get very busy so not sure what it would be like in peak season but for us it was fantastic.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Manda wrote a review Dec 2019
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Went on 19th Dec ...got there at opening time (11am) which was a good plan as slope noce and quiet ...started getting busy at 2pm. Train (line1) from central Oslo was about 20 mins then 3 min walk down to sledge hire hut, Cost was less than £15 per sledge per day which seemed good value for the fun we had. Some parts of the track are quite quick (and we were all completely out of control at times) but we had great fun and all did 5 runs ..each run and train ride back up to the top took about 30 - 40 mins. Was snowing lightly on the day we went so perhaps we didnt see it at its most scenic but nevertheless it was a beautiful winter wonderland. Self servce cafe / Restuarant near hire place is excellent .... all had meatballs in a green pea soup with potatos which filled us up nicely. Our favourite day in Oslo.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Grim n wrote a review Dec 2019
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The house to rent the sleds from is up the slope, having better signs will help 1st timers. Plenty of parking spot in winter. The sled rental people were polite and rental prices were decent. Sliding down the 2km decent was fantastic however, wear proper shoes as shoes will act as brakes. It can be high risk at corners. Overall great experience.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Rasa Z wrote a review Dec 2019
32 contributions9 helpful votes
Line 1 from Oslo Center takes you to a nearest slope. You can rent slays and boards. Easy to ride down a couple of subway stops and get on a train for more. Try not to go there on Sundays 12-15, as the slope is very crowded.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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