The big draw here is the ski jump. It's made out of steel, soars 60 meters above the ground at the top of the Holmenkrollen hill and looks fabulous, lit up at night.
You can take a trip to the platform at the top and experience the breath-taking view down the ski jump track, if you dare to look. There's also a panoramic view of Oslo and the Oslo fjord from there.
Don't miss the ski museum at the bottom of the jump for some interesting sidelights on the history of the sport. You can even see images of skiers dating from the Stone Age.
The easiest way to reach the museum and jump is via the subway, about a 20 minute ride from the center of Oslo.
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