What to do in Oslo in the summer time?
Most people who visit Oslo want to see the most famous attractions such as the Munch Museum, Vigelandsparken and Holmenkollen. What many people quickly forget in this big city is that it is surrounded by huge amounts of forest from Oslomarka.
Imagine untouched forests, stunning views of Oslo fjord, fresh water lakes. Hiking in Oslo is an easy and fun way to enjoy Norwegian nature. Just put on your walking shoes and join our guided tours if you´re not sure what to do in Oslo!
Oslomarka represents nature only Norway can offer, and has a number of hidden gems that only the few inhabitants of Oslo have seen. For you as a tourist, this means nature experiences you´ll never forget. Join us to enjoy idyllic moments in Oslomarka.
Oslomarka is one of Norway's most used natural areas for sightseeing. The mark is approx. 1,700 km2 distributed over 14 municipalities and 2 counties. There are an incredible 2,100 km of blue-marked trails for sightseeing near the countryside, and 2,400 km of marked ski slopes.
Oslomarka is well used for sightseeing enthusiasts who love wild nature, peaks and vantage points that give you an unforgettable view of Oslo. Oslo Hiking has mapped most of the viewpoints, and can make recommendations depending on the type of sightseeing you want to embark on if you´re not sure what do in Oslo in summer.
Which hiking trip suits you best?
We offer you hiking adventures just outside the city: one-day trips, as well as camping tours for three days in lovely Norwegian nature. Oslo Hiking can arrange customized tours upon your request. If you are wondering what to do when you visit Oslo, it´s most likely one of our trips you are looking for!
Good to know before the trip
The weather in Oslo can vary. We therefore recommend wearing the right clothing. For longer trips it is recommended to bring food and water. We welcome you to contact us if you have any questions about what to do in Oslo!