Four magnificent views

General good health necessary. Hiking shoes or similar needed.
Generell god helse er nødvendig. Tursko eller lignende trengs.
Reasonable standard of fitness required. Hiking shoes or similar needed.
Generelt god fysisk form nødvendig. Tursko eller lignende kreves.
Some hiking experience required. Backpack with food and water, hiking shoes or similar required.
Middels trente turgåere med god fysisk form nødvendig. Gode turklær og tursko kreves.
General hiking experience required. Backpack with food, water, and hiking shoes required.
Generell turopplevelse påkrevd. Ryggsekk med mat, vann og tursko kreves.
Above average hiking experience required. Backpack with food, water, and hiking shoes required.
Over gjennomsnittet turopplevelse kreves. Ryggsekk med mat, vann og tursko kreves.
Level of difficulty
Duration / Length
Varighet / Lengde

Get the finest panoramic views in the wild forests of Oslo! Four fantastic spots: mountains Skaugumåsen, Djupedalsåsen, Grosetkollen and the view from Drøbaksundet!

We meet at Jernbanetorget in the city center. From there we will take a private transportation to the idyllic village of Hvalstad, where we will see the majestic mountain Skaugumåsen. First, however, we are off to the beautiful lake Semsvannet. The clean pure water made this area is famous for its numerous bird species and nesting places.  In the morning, this view is absolutely stunning!

After a small break, we continue along narrow paths, climbing over massive rocks, and small mountain slopes, before we reach Djupedalsåsen. Here we will catch some brilliant views far to the west. Soft green carpets of grass and moss makes it hard to resist to sit or lie down and enjoy the view and the sun!

At the top of Skaugumåsen you can see the Crown Prince couple's residence and one of Asker's most beautiful views. This has been a favorite destination for locals for more than 100 years. The view from here is incredible! Skaugumåsen is also Norway´s northernmost site where the protected mistletoe can be found.

Here we enjoy the spectacular view and share the lunch. Inspired by all we have seen and experienced today, we will move to the next peak; Grosetkollen. From this hill we can see virtually all of Oslo, and inner Oslofjord.

Finally, we will walk down to Hvalstad again and return to the center of Oslo where we started.


  • 1 guest 400 EUR p/person
  • 2 guests 200 EUR p/person
  • 3-4 guests 130 EUR p/person

The price includes: an English-speaking guide, private transportation, drinks, snacks.

Please notice: we use a car in this trip, so the maximum number of guests is 4.

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Additional information


Hiking schedule

This is a private tour. Please request the date you are interested in.

Dette er en privat tur. Vennligst velg en dato som passer deg.

Trip length and distance
Turlengde og distanse

This tour takes about 4 hours including transportation. The walking distance is 9 kilometers.

Payment options
You can pay with VISA/credit card in advance or with PayPal.
Children information
Informasjon om barn
This is a fantastic tour suitable for any age. We recommend a minimum age limit as 10 years, but it it may vary and depend on many things. If you have questions, feel free to contact us.
Required experience
Nødvendig erfaring
Reasonable standard of fitness required. Hiking shoes or similar needed.
Stroller and wheelchair friendly


Had an amazing time on our hike today with Marlene and her crew. The views were stunning and the guides were extremely friendly and knowledgeable about the area and its surrounds. We learnt many new facts and shared many stories getting to know our guides. We would definitely go with this company again for another tour and highly recommend doing this hike if you want to experience the wilderness of Norway.

Andrea and Ian, United Kingdom

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First Aid Kit

All Oslo Hiking guides bring first aid kit on all tours.
All the guides have done first aid training.
Two of our guides, Trygve and Jon, are educated and work as nurses.
The CEO of Oslo Hiking AS leads First Aid Course for Red Cross volunteers.