Oslo has a new star in town, at least when it comes to heights and great views. In October, the Stovner Tower opened, a walking path among the tree tops.
The Stovner Tower is a project inaugurated by the city district Stovner and Municipality of Oslo’s Agency for Urban Environment. It’s located more or less 30 minutes from Oslo’s city centre and offers a great experience. Walking up the tower will give you the sense that you’re literally walking up in the air. The tower is a 260-metre pathway up in the air. It doesn’t cost anything to visit the tower, and it’s open 24/7. It’s not in all cities you really can take a walk on the rooftops, right? In the evenings, the tower is lit with gorgeous lightning. To make your way to The Stovner Tower, take metro number 5 to station Stovner. The tower is located behind the shopping centre and by the mountain called Fossumberget.