Day activity with horseback riding, from Oslo to The Mountains Of Norway
Day activities Winter / Spring
«Hands-on» horse riding trek into the Norwegian Mountains – from Oslo!
Only a day trip from Oslo, you can experience horseback riding adventures or farm activities for the whole family in the snowy foothills of the Jotunheimen and Langsua national parks.
If you are looking for things to do in Oslo, this is a perfect activity to get to explore the mountains and nature of Norway in wintertime.
Visit our mountain farm in the heart of Norway, and meet our friendly Norwegian horses, such as the Norwegian Fjord horse, Døla horse and The Nordland horse.
Everyday. 08:40am and 22:09pm
Beginners / intermediate / Advanced
Riding: 2200,- kr pp
Share the experience: 1770,- kr pp
Book your trip now!
Hands on experience where you learn how to ride a horse. Experienced guides will teach you and tell you all about our horses. The trek you go on is our Winter mountains exotic horseback ride, which is described on our website.
The trip lasts for about 3.5 hours total, and takes you through beautiful landscapes in the foothills of the famous Jotunheimen Nation Park; home of the Giants and Trolls. Experience the magic of the Norwegian winter wonderland by horseback!
The bus tour from Oslo is an adventure in itself. Starting from the urban landscape in Oslo City gradually up towards the high mountains in the valleys of Valdres, and finally arriving in the quaint mountain village of Beitostølen.
The price includes a visit to our horse farm where you can meet all of our animals, a horseback ride, and transportation, refreshments upon arrival, and a warm drink and meal during the riding trek.
Daily departure from Oslo Bus Terminal in the morning at 08:40. Arriving back in Oslo at 22:09. The bus tour takes about 3.5 hours each way.
Feed and care for the animals
If you love all kinds of animals, or have very small kids who enjoy cuddling, feeding and petting them. We can arrange this activity for you. You’ll get to meet our rabbits, baby goats, lambs, pigs, cats, dogs, miniature horses and pick your own free-range eggs to bring home. This is a great activity whatever the weather, as in the case of bad weather we can run this as an indoor activity.
Share de experience!
If you want to share this experience with your family or friends, but unsure whether riding is for you, instead of riding you can join the trip by foot, and take part in the other activities as normal.
Good to know
Our experienced guide will give your child a basic introduction on how to start, stop and steer the horse, before heading out on the trip. Older children and/or those with some experience and adults, can ride alone. However young children and inexperienced riders will have someone to lead their horse. This can be either a trek assistant or a parent. Parents will get an introduction on how to lead the horse safely. If you want to ride yourself but would like one of our trek assistants to lead your child’s horse, please remember to book this in advance.
This package is arranged so you can get depart and return to Oslo the same day. But why not stay a few more days to explore the Norwegian mountains? There are many more activities to do in the area as well as breathtaking nature to discover.
Stay with us on our farm and we will be happy to help you find the activities you want. Other popular activities include Husky dog-sledding, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing trips, snowmobile driving and many more. Take a look at Explore winter Farmers Life
Visit to our horse farm where you can meet all of our animals, a horseback ride, and transportation, refreshments upon arrival, and a warm drink and meal during the riding trek.
What to bring
In the mountains the weather can be warm and dry, but on other days it can be cold, wet and windy. The weather can also change fast. Please read our recommendations here on how to dress for a riding tour.
Who can join
This activity is for all ages. From 4 years old to adults.
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If you are looking for things to do in Oslo, this is a perfect activity to explore the mountains and nature of Norway in wintertime.