Tags : Hills & Valleys
Timings : Open 24 hours
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
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Oslomarka is a vast recreational space with hiking trails, recreation facilities, forests, and lakes that make it the perfect location to go hiking, running, biking, cross-country skiing, swimming and fishing.
OsloMarka embodies 19 municipalities through five counties around Oslo. Oslomarka is home to various animals, including lynx, wolves, beavers, moose, and roe deer. The region is vital to the identity of Oslo and is frequently utilized by Oslo residents for health-boosting activities such as cycling and cross-country skiing. A new law came into effect in 2009 regarding the regulation of Oslomarka, called the Markaloven, which regulated the use and status of the area. Unlike other laws that prioritise protecting nature from humans, the Markaloven were introduced to ensure the continued use of Oslomarka as an outdoor activity area, agricultural area, and nature reserve.
Public transportation makes it very easy to get to the neighbourhood. Surrounded by wilderness and accompanied by the perfect weather, your walks, hikes, camping, and fishing are sure to get super fascinating. In addition, visitors can enjoy one of the many cabins dispersed across the area for a freshly baked cinnamon bun and a cup of hot coffee.
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