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Sognsvann Lake, and its surrounding countryside, is one of the most popular choices for a city-dweller's day out, both in summer and winter. During the hottest months, the lake is excellent for swimming and sun-bathing, and when the lake freezes over later in the year, it becomes a huge, natural ice rink, popular with skaters of all ages. Sognsvann is the terminus for the Sognsvann branch of the underground, so it is very easy to get to, whether you come from the city center or from Majorstuen. Marked trails take you straight into the woods, with a variety of alternatives for short and long walks. In the winter, the same paths, now snow-covered, are used for cross-country skiing.
Akerselva è un bel parco con diversi sentieri lungo il fiume Akerselva. Si inizia al chilometro otto, vicino al lago Maridalsvannet, la principale fonte di acqua dolce di Oslo e termina a Vaterland Park vicino al porto (vicino al Plaza Hotel). Si possono scoprire le tracce della rivoluzione industriale negli antichi edifici che una volta ospitavano il mulino, industrie e laboratori. Gli spazi degli artigiani sono aperti al pubblico a Frysja. Il Museo della Tecnologia è a pochi passi dal sentiero. Si può nuotare e pescare lungo il cammino e anche andare in canoa lungo il fiume. Si può remare elegantemente sotto gli occhi dei passanti o del pubblico in nel jazz café Blå. Ci si guadagna una piacevole atmosfera e bella musica. Per ulteriori informazioni sul fiume e i possibili percorsi si può contattare il centro di informazioni turistiche o passare dal Oslo kommune/Park e richiedere una mappa di Akerselva.
Snuggled in the northeastern outskirts of the Norwegian capital's bustling cityscape, the usually peaceful neighborhood of Holmenkollen transforms into a vibrant tourist hub with the arrival of snow. Thanks to its crown jewel, the Holmenkollbakken, believed to be one of the oldest ski jumps in the world, the area is visited by skiing enthusiasts from all over Norway. Another popular attraction in the locale is the famous Ski Museum, that exhibits the region's love of the sport. The neighborhood is also the central point for visiting the Nordmarka, a lush green forest reserve.
Try your hand at 18 holes on this wonderful par 71 course. Established in 1924, this is the oldest golf club in Oslo and has been impressing sports lovers with its championship course since the day it was created. Golf next to the Bogstad Lake and enjoy the beautiful view, including the sight of a waterfall on the 12th hole. Unsurprisingly, this course is known for its water hazards. You can also visit their pro shop to find the best golf equipment to compliment your game.
Located only a short drive away from downtown, Oslo Winter Park (previously Tryvann Winter Park) is one of the best Alpine ski centers in the Oslo region. The 18 slopes and seven lifts offer a variety of activities including skiing, Telemark skiing, snow-skating and snowboarding. There are jumps, a fun-box and an Olympic standard super-pipe and half-pipe for snowboarders and a series of runs of different standards for skiers. The park also has its own ski school, cafe and equipment rental facility . Please visit the website for more information.