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Oslo's most popular toboggan run starts at Frognerseteren and ends at Midtstuen metro station. At the end of a run, you can catch the metro back up to Frognerseteren for another run. Korktrekkeren is 2000 metres long, and the elevation drop is 255...more
All reviews great fun toboggan run warm clothes snow pants fresh snow sled hill great outdoor activity all ages metro journey t bane end station day pass hour ticket a lot of fun kids and adults winter sports fun experience
Such a great day out! The location was easy to find, public transport was easy too! The track is free for everyone to use, you just have to rent a sledge for about 150 NOK. There wasn't much snow when we did it, it was...More
I spent about 3 hours here in total during my 3 day solo trip in Oslo and it was the most fun I had my whole stay!! I had never been sledging before but read that it was a fun thing to do so thought...More
Tobogganing down this 2km track is not something I ever thought I would do, but I'm so glad I did! Checking out the sleds was really easy and we were given simple instructions on how to get to the track and get back up to...More
We absolutely loved this. It wasn't super fast the whole time, but that's only because the snow started falling yesterday. It's 150k or about £15 to rent a sled and helmet, which is great as you have access all day, you have to return your...More
You have to pay 150 krones (about 15 euros) and you rent a slide and a helmet for as much time you want. The "downhill" is about 3-4 kilometers and is quite funny with really nice views. Then you have just to take the train...More
Very easily accessible by metro!
To do with young kids from the age of 2. (Better to do during week days, as less crowded)
A lot of Fun, worth to do in the winter for at least half a day. There are some food options...More
Going up takes its toll even for walkers in good shape, since this is actually a toboggan run. The goal is the famous Frognersteren restaurant at the top, where you can enjoy the view over Oslo before the descent, the easy bit, unless you want...More