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Oslomarka
#1 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
must be experienced Norwegian nature at its best fresh clean air recreation for everyone all seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter Close to the Capital Oslo
Just 25 minutes outside of central Oslo, this is a beautiful park with loads of walking paths available for all abilities.
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Nordmarka
#2 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
must be experienced Norwegian nature at its best fresh clean air recreation for everyone all seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter Winter is amazing
You can get there by T-Bane, and then explore a seemingly endless variety of small hiking paths crossing the wood, passing by small lakes, enjoying pure nature.
Frogner Park
#3 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Fantastic park with all kinds of Sculptures , Entrance Fee, all kinds of sculptures feast for eyes, beautiful garden with all varieties of flowers, a lovely lake .
This is one of the most beautiful parks we have visited.The sculptures are outstanding and controversial and reflect a lifes work by a fine sculptor.The story of life in sculptures is truly amazing
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Korketrekkeren
#4 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Forget the hill in the park that's a combination of mud and snow that you remember from snow days as a kid in the UK, this is how sledging should be.
Once you hire the sled you do your own thing the mountain isn't run by anyone it's a public area so a lot of exploring snow, speed, nature, laughs.. a very good day
Vigelandsparken
#5 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Vigeland sculpture park - an amazing creation by the sculptor Gustav Vigeland made between the 1920's and 1943, - is the world's largest sculpture park by one artist.
The Vigeland Park is teaming with tourists, but we meet quite a few locals as well – they use the vast expense for walking, playing, recreation… This summer day is glorious with blue skies and cumulus clouds.
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Sognsvann Lake
#6 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Take the 5 metro and enjoy a stroll or jog round the lake (3.3km) or just sit and enjoy nature, take a picnic - or use it as a starting point for a longer forest walk such as up to Ullevålseter cafe (5km each way).
Small cafe there also, and lots of people Nordic skiing (there are separate designated trails) Was absolutely beautiful and a must for how close it was to get to from the centre of the city ~ Nature on your doorstep
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Bygdoy Peninsula
#7 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The island (peninsula, actually) boast parks, trails, restaurants, beautiful homes (including ambassadors' residences), and a number of museums, including the fascinating Norsk Volkemuseum of living history.
Just outside of the city centre, you can enjoy the tranquillity of the countryside, with seabirds on the coastline and almost untouched nature around the museums and residential areas.
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Oslo Fjord
#8 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Searun trout, cod, blackeye, mackerell, seabass the list goes on.. Huge amount of easily available fishing spots, take aferry out to one of the small islands.. Park the kids at some beach and just go fishing.. Bea...
Enjoyable with any cruise to any island in front of Oslo, this fjord offers you a breath of real nature.
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Akerselva River
#9 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
When you follow this river you will discover a world with impressing waterfalls but also lovely modern architecture, historic buildings and nice parks.
Go north a km or so on the west side and you will come to the larger falls, some museums and a large wooden bridge to a coffee shop and a bronze statue on the east side in the park.
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Ekebergparken
#10 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The park is very well maintained, and while the quality of the sculpture varies widely, it is worth the trip there for the views of the city alone, including one of the best views of the harbor in Oslo from the hi...
Unlike the Vigeland sculpture park where all sculptures are presented along a promenade the sculptures in Ekebergparken are tucked away like a scavenger hunt.
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Hovedoya
#11 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
From there you have just a few steps to go to explore the ruins of the old monastery, or go for bracing walks in the nature.
A well kept nature reserve with lots of picnic and BBQ areas and different areas for bathing.
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Oslo Vinterpark Tryvann
#12 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
A large number of fun parks, jumps and bumps offer fantastic opportunities for practicing your tricks and flicks if that's your thing.
Mixed slopes ranging from a nice, varied beginners/kids area thru really good park sections to a black hill with fun for the experienced skier.
The Palace Park
#13 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The park round the royal palace is a wonderful quiet haven in the middle of the city, and unlike most royal parks it is open for everyone to enjoy free of charge!
A beautiful park of 22 hectares with mature trees, ponds and gardens which surrounds the official palace, home of the King and Queen.
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Damstredet & Telthusbakken
#14 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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Huk
#15 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
A straight road between two car parks take you past a volleyball and a basketball court, a series of free toilets( rarity in Oslo) to the Textile beach.
Soerenga Public Pool
#16 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
By car, you need to park in the parking house a couple of hundred metres back.
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Oslo Reptile Park
#17 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
A well-kept small reptile park with many interesting species.
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Ostensjovannet Lake
#18 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
ornitolog or maybe just found of ducks and peaceful nature
A peaceful place for people appreciating nature.
Lindoeya Island
#19 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Studenterlunden Park
#20 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The park includes a music pavilion, a beer garden, and statues of famous Norwegians including Henrik Ibsen and Ludvig Holberg.
Kolsastoppen
#21 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Gressholmen Island
#22 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Oslo city to island by boat, walking over un disturbed nature.
Peer Gynt Sculpture Park
#23 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Small but beautiful park with unique sculptures and kids playground with nearby cafeteria and barnehage playground makes it ideal stop for everyone.
Langoeyene Island
#24 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Svartdalsparken
#25 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The Vantage Point Ekeberg
#26 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Akerselva Miljopark
#27 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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Melsvannet
#28 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Rock Carvings, Ekeberg
#29 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
There is a map right by the entrance to the park which shows you where to find it
Hvervenbukta
#30 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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