Discover a Winter Wonderland

Oslo’s Only Winter Bike Tour

For the Adventurous

Cycle on Snow & Ice on this Unforgettable Winter Experience

Oslo winter tours have a special kind of magic and require a touch of Viking courage from the guests! Cycling with studded tires (like ours) is safer than walking as you have more grip. You’ll visit Oslo’s main sights with a guide who will share information about Norway’s culture, politics, and everyday life. We mix nature with architecture and history and, in the right season, we can even visit the famous Christmas markets. If you want to go beyond the guidebook, this is the tour for you!


Admire the stunning modern Opera House & The City Hall, home to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony

Ride down the car-free Akerselva River path to waterfalls & explore street art in Oslo's most alternative neighbourhood

Check out Oslo’s food market scene with visits to Mathallen, Oslo Street Food, or Vippa

Explore the lively neighbourhood of Grünerløkka

Discover the port area of Aker Brygge & Tjuvholmen, home to some of the city's best modern architecture & restaurants

Pedal down Karl Johans Gate, the main pedestrian street & site of the city's main Christmas market

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Trip Details

Trip Details


NOK 5000 for groups up to 10 participants

For groups of more than 10, please contact us directly.

Departure time

10:30, 11:30 & 12:30

Meeting point

DFDS Boat Terminal in Building 42 (Akershusstranda 31, 0150 Oslo)


Daily, November through February (closed on Sundays)


3 hours


All tours are conducted in English unless one of the below languages are specifically requested.

During the winter months we have a reduced staff but we can upon request offer Private tours in English, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish.

Fitness level

Moderate – previous cycling experience required

Group size

Maximum 10 people – for groups of more than 10, please contact us directly.


  • Winter bike with studded tires for extra safety during the winter months
  • Helmet

Not included

Coffee and cake at the cafe break

What to bring

  • Extra warm clothes for winter conditions in Oslo
  • Gloves, scarves, and hats – gloves are available if needed

Good to know

  • Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start of the tour.
  • Previous cycling experience required.
  • Sites visited can change based on weather as well as seasonal activities such as Christmas markets.
  • A winter bike tour is for cyclists ready to ride Norwegian style — on spiked winter tires! The tour offers a variety of biking opportunities along coastal paths and throughout the city centre. This ride may involve a few short and steep hills but otherwise is mostly flat. Stops are frequent for taking pictures and warming up.


Full refund up until 48 hours before departure time

The Day’s Activities

Depending on the weather we have a range of activities to choose from. We’ll discover Norway’s spectacular architecture, both modern and 19th-century, as we ride past areas like the harbourfront, Karl Johans Gate, and the port area of Aker Brygge and Tjuvholmen.

Depending on the time of year, we may visit Oslo’s Christmas market, Jul i Vinterland, where we’ll sample cured meats, traditional shortbread, and Gløgg (mulled wine). We’ll also take you into the real Oslo and explore neighbourhoods like Grünerløkka. This Oslo bike tour is all about getting to know more about Norwegian society and your guide will give you insight that no guidebook can.

We’ll explore the natural side of this green city as we pedal up the car-free Akerselva River path to visit waterfalls that are spectacular in winter. For foodies, we can stop by one of the many indoor food markets – we can enjoy fresh seafood and a whole array of tasty street food in beautiful settings.

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