Tryvann Ski Resort is the actual name of the park that functions as Oslo Winter Park. It’s been open since the 1930s and is the most-used ski resort in the country.
Perhaps you’re tired of shopping or strolling the streets upside down, or just want to blow off some steam during your stay in Oslo? Regardless, Oslo Winter Park will do it. The area (which is the biggest ski area in Oslo) is located only 40 minutes outside the city centre, so it’s very easily accessible. Just jump on the metro line 1 to Frognersetern. At the park, you’ll find slopes that suit the beginner and the pro, a ski school and a rental. If you really want to challenge yourself, they have a Superpipe (the only one in Europe that’s open to the public) and one of Norway’s biggest slopestyle courses.
If you need to warm up, you can take a hot choco in the park’s café. The park is open from early December to April. For more information, visit Oslo Winter Park’s website.