|Season (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||Open|
At Mount Fløyen you will find a large variety of play opportunities and an exciting Troll forrest.
Only six minutes from the city centre with Fløibanen, you will find the city's largest playground. Here it is safe to release the kids and let them have fun in the nature. Let the children climb, play hide and seek and enjoy the mountain. In addition, in recent years we have built several arenas where children can unfold themselves.
Large and varied playground
Close to Fløistuen café on the upper station, you will find a large playground. Your kids can play while you are having a quick cup of coffee if you feel like it. Here you will find several slides, climbing racks, swings, and the troll “Fløyentrollet”. The playground is suitable for the youngest children but also the slightly older ones. Further down the river you will find the "three billy goats” bridge that you can cross. Maybe this is where the Trolls are hiding? On the other side of the river you will find the small “Troll Trail” where the children can challenge their balance and coordination.
Troll forest and Fløysletten
Behind Fløistuen café is the exciting and mysterious Troll forest. Here the children can go on a journey of discovery and use their imagination. There are several different creatures and small obstacles that you must cross along the path. There is also a picnic hut and a barbecue area that can be used.
Behind the Troll Forest on Fløysletten you will find the nature playground. This playground offers a lot of exciting challenges for all children. The children can test their balancing skills, jumping from tree to tree, and at the end they can climb a tower over 10 meters tall.
Fløibanen will be closed for upgrading from September 20th 2021 until April 1st 2022.
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