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emp-norway wrote a review Jul 2020
9 contributions5 helpful votes
A nice hike for anyone who can walk by themselves or be carried, though I do not recommended it when it rains. Very well suited for children, as along the way up you find a lot of large carved wood figurines. Different trolls and animals, even a penguin! New ones added in 2020. At the top you can find plenty of seating to enjoy the view and/or eat your carried lunches, and also admire and/or climb Norways largest garden chair. Walk up: 45 min - 1,5 hr, depending on kids/speed/haste.…
Date of experience: June 2020
Laurens S wrote a review Jul 2020
Oslo, Norway244 contributions62 helpful votes
A short (~2 km) but steep climb to the top. Very fun for kids as every 100 meter a wooden troll statue is placed. Keeps the motivation high. Not easy for strollers because it is quite steep. Nice waffles at the cafe at the top, next to the gigantic chair.
Date of experience: July 2020
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Linn S wrote a review Jan 2018
15 contributions4 helpful votes
Children from 4 years of age can get to the top with a couple of breaks. On the top, the worlds largest garden chair are waiting, fun for both children and adults.
Date of experience: July 2017