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Nature at Oslo's Doorstep

If your travel plans take you to Oslo, but you grow weary of urban tourism, take a few hours - or a few days - to explore the huge area of hilly woodlands that surround the city, and are available by tram or subway! There are miles of trails, paved roads (closed to motor vehicles) for bicycling, lakes for canoeing, fields for picnicking and even shelters where you can sleep overnight. It's also a wildlife preserve, so you may very well see roe deer and Eurasian elk and, possibly, lynx, beaver and other animals.

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