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About Oslo Sommerpark
Oslo Sommerpark is primary a climbingpark, but we are also much much more. The Park is situated on the top of Oslos Holmenkollen area, close to the nature and is as close to the geographical centre of the Oslo muncipalty as possible. In addition to climbing, we also do bikerental, guided tours, radiocarsrental(!) and is also a popular site for tailormade experiences for groups like busnisses, weddings, schooltrips and bachelorparties. The Climbingpark is the biggest one in Oslo og the most visited i Norway. We offer climbing for basicly everyone, regardless of skill or age.
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karanvivek wrote a review Sep 2019
Evere, Belgium636 contributions64 helpful votes
Plan whole day here ... as there are many activities (around 12 in climbing park) and that too very well organised in incrementally (difficulty level wise) with colour coded in martial art form style. Difficulty level increases from light green to dark green to light blue to dark blue to purple and finally black . They provide basis training and if start with light green and gradually try the harder level ... you will feel more confidence and competent Staffs are very friendly and they provide all the equipment Special charge (discounts) for group There is a cafe as well where you can get waffles sandwiches and hotdogs Excellent location , the location itself can be a tourist attraction...
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Andrea wrote a review Aug 2019
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Visited Oslo Summer Park today with my nervous 7 year old. Neither of us are particularly fond of heights but after a few times round the training area she was loving it! I have to admit I was not particularly looking forward to it but I really enjoyed it too. My daughter was under 140cm so we were limited to 4 courses, this sounds limiting but it really isn't. The scenery was stunning, even without any hint of sunshine. We got the train from Oslo centre and the journey was easy. The walk was pretty steep but only a few minutes. All the staff were super friendly, to be fair, everyone we've met here in Oslo has been. The lady with red hair and the guy who supports Everton in particular were great at helping boost my daughters confidence. We will have to come back in the winter for some ski practice!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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NehaMittal wrote a review Oct 2018
Bengaluru, India36 contributions2 helpful votes
For me it was an experience like never before. They had course for different difficulty level and everyone was on there own to go through it. At first I was reluctant to even take a foot forward. They had a combination of zipline, walking on ropes with different combinations. I found it super interesting.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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BrendaLC2016 wrote a review Aug 2018
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Sommerpark is awesome! I highly recommend it. My husband and I took our teenage nephew to Sommerpark, and we all had a fantastic time. There are courses suitable for ages and skill levels. While a couple of the obstacles were a little hard on the knees for those of us in our 40s, it was very much worth it. The zip lines between the obstacles were superb. The location is absolutely beautiful. I was sometimes glad when the course got a little backed up so I could just stand on the platform and soak in the stunning surroundings. We were there about 5 hours and wish we could have stayed longer. There were some courses we would have loved to go through a second time. If we’re ever in Oslo again in the summer, we’ll definitely go back. It was very easy to get to using public transportation. Take Metro line 1 (we got on at Nationaltheatret) toward Frognerseteren and get off at the second-to-last stop, follow the sign directing you across a small bridge, walk up the hill, veer left at the top, cross the parking lot, and you’ll be at the rental center. It’s about a 10-minute walk from the train station. I would suggest wearing gloves on the courses if it's your first time. After grabbing ropes and cables all afternoon, our hands were a little tender by the time we left. It was a small price to pay for an incredible afternoon of fun.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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ckm818 wrote a review Aug 2018
Hong Kong, China205 contributions382 helpful votes
"Fantastico, Oslo Sommerpark!" my daughter enthused, after we told her the Oslo Winter Park is still open for climbing during summer, with 900 metres of zip-lines. If you came to Oslo in summer with kids, that's a quintessential experience of thrilling day high in the treetops. Reaching this park is easy thanks to metro network. Alight at Vokseenkollen station. During your walk to the Sommerpark, you will experience an untouched forest. A pleasant walk before your hair-raising zip climb. After rental of gears and short introduction by the coach, off you go. Simply check the colour of each route, and you'll find the level of difficulty (or window of tolerance) that fits you. Enjoy.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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