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Romsdalseggen Andalsnes
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Andalsnes
Amazing trip in fantastic nature
If you want to have real fun ,make the ANGELS LANDING at Zion National park or watch it on you-tube.
Geiranger Fjord Geiranger
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Geiranger
A comfortable large boat takes you all along the Geiranger fjord to admire the beauty of nature - the hills, the woods, waterfalls … There are some abandoned farms, too.
Breathtaking view we left Stryn and to Hellyst then we took the ferry with our car you park your car then you either stay in the lounge which has small cafe or you can go to the upper dock and enjoy the breath tak...
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Oslomarka Oslo 8.3 km away
#1 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
If you love nature, forest, hills, lakes, and hiking, trail-running and cross-country skiing, the Oslo Marka is your paradise !
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
Nordmarka Oslo 11.9 km away
#2 of 60 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
Next time we'll try to get a detailed map of the area though ... Wild nature next to a big city is very special !
Frogner Park Oslo 2.5 km away
#3 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Magnificent park easy to walk sculptures amazing!! Bridge of sculptures but monolith my favorite.. flowers mostly roses were beautiful.
Statues adorn the park everywhere; they are naked and depict all facets of humanity from relationships to life and death..... Wonderful park with gorgeous gardens, flowers, fountains and lots of green space.
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Sognsvann Lake Oslo 6.4 km away
#4 of 60 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).
Recommend a visit summer as winter for fresh air and beautiful nature and it is so great that the subway can take you there!
Vigelandsparken Oslo 3.2 km away
#5 of 60 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 park contains 212 bronze and granite sculptures created by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland I visited this park in summer and it was great time to feel something energetic and fresh after snowy winters.
Korketrekkeren Oslo 6.2 km away
#6 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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
Flydalsjuvet Geiranger
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Geiranger
Flydalsjuvet captures the beauty of Geiranger Fjord and the surrounding nature so perfectly.
When you arrive in the car park there is a small path behind the toilets/building that will lead you too a ledge overhanging the canyon which will give you a great view of the fjord in the distance!
Hike Sukkertoppen the Sugar Top Alesund
#1 of 19 Nature & Parks in Alesund
Storhaugen Park is a nice uphill gravel bike path to warm up, then toward Sugartop Mountain via Tuenesvegen Road (keep following the one and only road to Sukkertoppen).
You can park your car at the school few meters before the starting point of Sukkertopvegen.
Aksla Mountain Alesund
#2 of 19 Nature & Parks in Alesund
Parking could be busy, but if you get lucky, you'll park for free.
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Bygdoy Peninsula Oslo 3.9 km away
#7 of 60 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.
This peninsula offers a multitude of activities from great museums, wonderful nature and architecture to biking, walking and swimming (some of these are perhaps best for the summer time!).
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Kjosterudjuvet Drammen 39.1 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Drammen
... Bakery and Cafe, Sankt Olavs Gate, 5 Drammen 3017 - great lunch, pastries, coffee, ice creams) 2 - Keep going west on the road past the centre for about 100m, then park in the small carpark on your right.
We selected to walk up the canyon to the nice small lake, thereafter we walked the easy track down the downhill skiing track where the car park s nearby.
Oslo Fjord Oslo 1.2 km away
#8 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Enjoyable with any cruise to any island in front of Oslo, this fjord offers you a breath of real nature.
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...
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Akerselva River Oslo 2.7 km away
#9 of 60 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 Oslo 1.6 km away
#10 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Really quiet, lovely park with some excellent (and some just interesting!) sculptures along the way... also provides wonderful views of the city and the islands.
Our guide Joanna gave us a fantastic journey through the history of the park and the artistic works made by great artists.
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Hovedoya Oslo 2.1 km away
#11 of 60 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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Seven Sisters Geiranger
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Geiranger
If you are in Geiranger then you have to visit this! Amazing nature and beautiful spot to take photos
For all nature lovers, this is a breathtaking fjord which you shall immediately fall in love.
Oslo Vinterpark Tryvann Oslo 9.6 km away
#12 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
As it is close to the end of ski season the slopes were as expected however all in all we had a great few days fun at the Vinter park! Highly recommend a visit, the views of Oslo are postcard worthy!
The runs at the top of the park are fun, fairly easy runs with good variation and plenty of space, there is also some ramps and a half pipe if you're looking for more excitement!
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The Palace Park Oslo 1.5 km away
#13 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The castle and the castle park is the home of Norway’s king and queen, and also a symbol of Norway’s royalty.
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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Borgernes veg and Aksla Stadion Alesund
#3 of 19 Nature & Parks in Alesund
Borgernes veg starts from the Park, Very Nice to jogg on.
Gudbrandsjuvet Valldal
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Valldal
It is really a must see place :) To see how amazing is the nature :) Is more than wonderful, really......how the huge stones and the water meet :)
Beautiful nature attraction
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Atlantic Sea Park Alesund
#4 of 19 Nature & Parks in Alesund
The Atlantic park in Ålesund is a must-see for all visitors to the most beautiful town in Norway (according to time magazine and all its inhabitants), especially for families traveling with kids.
We spend some hours at the Atlantic Sea Park and explored the most popular animals and fishes living in the north atlantic sea.
Nordbytjernet Jessheim 32.9 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Jessheim
Semsvannet Lake Asker 19.3 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Asker
In the summer time people come here to swim, sunbathe, walk around, run around, explore the nature, climb the adjacent Skaugumsåsen hill, visit the Tveiter or Berg farms, see the water fall, or enjoy a coffee and...
Then at some short distance from there, you might park your car and walk towards the Semsvannet where you also will find a special place called NaKuHel, (a center for Nature, Culture and Health) where there is a c...
Runde fuglereservat Runde
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Runde
The main thing to do on the island is to book a boat trip to go see the bird cliff from the water (book the gorgeous wood stained boat with Bjorn!!) or to hike up to this nature reserve and see the bird cliffs fro...
On the island itself, the trek to Lundeura (a bird watching site known for puffin) is a pleasure, with great views all along the hour-long walk from the car park.
Damstredet & Telthusbakken Oslo 0.6 km away
#14 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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Aalesunds Museum Alesund
#5 of 19 Nature & Parks in Alesund
Huk Oslo 4.5 km away
#15 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Huk has it all, huge parking (costs money though), a beautiful park, lawn, sandy beaches, various sports opportunities, great restaurant, pier, showers and a fantastic view.
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 Oslo 1.3 km away
#16 of 60 Nature & Parks in Oslo
By car, you need to park in the parking house a couple of hundred metres back.