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Kjosterudjuvet is a 10.000 year old, spectacular, ravine only 10 minutes from Drammen centre. The ravine is 1300meters long and the stone walls are more than 60meters high. A more exiting excursion is hard to find!
Bring good shoes. Be careful if it has been a lot of rain lately, then it can be too much water in the river. You can park the car at the downhill ski slopes and walk 600 meters west to find the ravine. When you...More
Take the right shoes as it’s 45 minutes climb over rocks . It’s steep and there are ladders and ropes to help . Luckily it wasn’t wet or slippery but when there is more water could be tricky . Need to be fairly fit to...More
A prior reviewer gave very detailed directions about the hike. She said turn ONTO the river. She literally meant go on the river and make your way to the top. By taking this route you will reach the two ladders and ropes.
I believe there...More
I had an extra day in Oslo so I decided to check this out. It's a nice hike, no spectacular views, but it was fun to scramble through the riverbed. There are a lot of small unlabeled trails around the river as well, including one...More
Near Kjøsterudjuvet is no cafee to leave bags. So you need to carry a backpack. This is "wilderness" but Central. really Worth the trip! I hope you visited the Place - I haven't seen the Message before today. Sorry.