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Frognerparken is a highly rated running spot with a soft surface in Oslo.

Best places for workouts in Oslo

If you want to do more than just going out for an easy run there are some good options available.

Track runners might like Bislett Stadion and NIH Oslo and those looking for a hill workout can go to Around Sognsvann 3.2kmAround Sognsvann 3.2km.

If you want to test your fitness against local runners, Tøyen parkrun and Nansenparken parkrun are available here for you.

Winter running in Oslo

Winters in Oslo can get cold and snowy. December through March might see snow and the temperature is often below -15°C10°F . January and February are especially snowy with an average of about 18.1 cm0.7 inches of snow per day. The days are short and in December it is only bright out between about 1010 AM and 164 PM.

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If you need an indoor track in Oslo you can try Bislett indoors.

Highly rated places to run in Oslo

Bislett indoors is a popular place to run in this area.

Your favourite running surface in Oslo

Around Sognsvann 3.2kmAround Sognsvann 3.2km has a soft surface for those who like to avoid the asphalt and concrete.


Bislett indoors


Blog posts mentioning Oslo

Iconic Races in RTR-blog.
...Holmenkollstafetten Relay Race – Oslo , Norway Holmenkollstafetten is the biggest relay race in the world....

Running spots Running spots in Oslo


Running routes Running routes in Oslo

Around Sognsvann 3.2km

Group runs Group runs in Oslo

Tøyen parkrun

Tracks Running tracks in Oslo

Bislett Stadion | Stovner Stadion | NIH Oslo | Bislett indoors | Lambertseter Stadion | Sportsplassen | Ekeberghallen

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Weather in Oslo

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A normal day in , the temperature ranges between about °C °F and °C°F.

Temperatures in

The line represents the average temperature. The faded area represents the most likely temperature span. The temperature is within this area 80% of the times.

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The line represents the average dew point. The faded area represents the most likely dew point span. The dew point is within this area 80% of the times.

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Visit report on Bislett Stadion
27/02 -21: Reported to be totally free from snow and or ice

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