Oslo outdoor tours

Our fixed canoe-tours range from easy day-tours to canoe and hiking expeditions lasting for several days. Learn more about our tours here.

 
 
 Paddlers in Østmarka (Photo: Oslo Outdoor)

Paddlers in Østmarka (Photo: Oslo Outdoor)

 Camp by the lakeside (Photo: Petter Thorsen/Wild Norway)

Camp by the lakeside (Photo: Petter Thorsen/Wild Norway)

Paddling With Wolves - Day-tour

One of our most popular tours. From the starting point less than 30 minutes outside the centre of Oslo we paddle through Østmarka, the Eastern forests of Oslo, where a breeding pair of wolves have their base.

 

 

 

Paddling With Wolves - 3 days Expedition

A true slow adventure expedition on lakes and streams through the whole nature reserve of Østmarka, and much more.

 
 View from  Pershusfjellet  in the North of Nordmarka. (Photo: Oslo Outdoor)

View from Pershusfjellet in the North of Nordmarka. (Photo: Oslo Outdoor)

Nordmarka Classic Expedition - 4 days

The classic expedition many Norwegians dream of doing, but few do. A canoe expedition to remember, with stark contrasts. We start in the wildest, most rugged and remote landscape these forests have to offer and paddle all the way South where we eventually end up by the Opera House in the centre of Oslo!

 
 Lake Vesleflåtan at Krokskogen (Photo: VisitOslo/Tord Baklund))

Lake Vesleflåtan at Krokskogen (Photo: VisitOslo/Tord Baklund))

Krokskogen Canoe Adventure - 2 days

Deep forests, adventures, trolls and folk tales, and fantastic opportunities for canoeing and hiking in an area still largely undiscovered by the crowds. A summer night at Krokskogen is something that will stay with you for a long time.

 
 Nordre Øyeren delta. (Photo: Oslo Outdoor)

Nordre Øyeren delta. (Photo: Oslo Outdoor)

 

Nordre Øyeren Canoe Wildlife Tour - Day-tour

The largest inland delta in Northern Europe is located only 30 minutes from the centre of Oslo. That is where the longest river in Norway, Glomma, flows into the Northern end of the lake Øyeren. Nordre Øyeren is a protected nature reserve with Ramsar-status, meaning the wetlands here are of international importance. The delta is a truly fascinating area with an amazing birdlife and a very special landscape. To explore this area in a canoe or kayak adds an extra dimension to your Oslo-visit.

 

Tailor-made tours

On request we also arrange tailor-made expeditions to some of the best canoe areas in Norway, such as Femundsmarka, Hardangervidda and Finnmarksvidda. Contact us for recommendations and details.

This aerial photo will give you an indication of where our fixed tours take place.

 

Oslo Outdoor cooperates with Wild Norway and its network of adventure companies. If you travel to other parts of Norway than Oslo you may want to check out what adventures Wild Norway can offer.