Winter activities for travelers

Oslo skimore

Oslo Winter Park has 11 lifts, 18 slopes, and a vertical drop of 381 meters. All slopes are floodlit five evenings a week. The ski and snowboard facility caters to everyone: easy trails in the beginner area, a dedicated slopestyle line, a superpipe, and wide slopes that are perfect for families and carving.

In addition, the bus to Oslo Winter Park stops right outside Soria Moria Hotel. Line 48.

Read more about Skimore Oslo Winter Park


In 2020, it was 80 years since Norway was attacked in 1940, and 75 years since the liberation in 1945. Roseslottet is an art installation and an educational project that aims to tell the story of the occupation of Norway and the fundamental principles of democracy, the rule of law, and humanism that were suspended at the time. Photo: Sandbox

Learn more about Roseslottet here

The Corkscrew

Oslo’s most popular sledding run was established in the early 1900s and runs from Frognerseteren to Midtstuen. If you want to go for multiple rides, you can take the subway from Midtstuen back up to Frognerseteren in just 16 minutes.

Read more about the corkscrew here

Ski tours

Near the hotel, you’ll find Voksenkollen and Frognerseteren, where you can enjoy skiing trips to suit every preference. There are options ranging from long-distance tours to illuminated ski tracks.

Read about the skiing trips in the area here