Visitors to Nordmarka, the northern part of Oslo, will wish to visit the many forests popular with locals for hiking, biking and skiing. The forests are normally snow covered from December until March, when winter sports are possible. In the summer months, hiking and picnics are another popular pastime for visitors to these ancient pine forests.
Plan a day trip to the Nordmarka area from a centrally located hotel in Oslo. Guests of the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel can take advantage of being right at the heart of Oslo’s bustling town centre while planning easily accessible day trips including the Tryvann Ski Resort.
Nordmarka Wilderness Area
Nordmarka includes the municipalities of Hole, Ringerike, Lunner, Jevnaker and Nittedal and is the largest part of this stunning northern borough of Oslo. A day trip to this pristine, forested region is highly recommended for those visitors interested in snow sports and winter activities.
Get a taste of the great outdoors by exploring the Nordmarka Forest which covers more than four hundred kilometres including cross country ski trails many of which are lit up at night. In summer time why not test your biking skills on the winding trails beneath the verdant boughs of this majestic forest? There are even some huts located throughout the Nordmarka forest that can be used for impromptu overnight stays.
Nordmarka from the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel
What could be better after a short trip to the forests of the Nordmarka than a hot shower and a clean bed? The Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel offers guests the perfect blend of convenience and luxury. Guests in this central hotel can enjoy a delicious meal in the Summit restaurant situated on the 21st floor with stunning 180-degree views of Oslo and the fjord.
Go from under the trees to the top of the world at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel Oslo.