We were a group of & friends, biking is a very fun way to discover the city, moreover, the ride is very nice – in parks, forests, in the city on bike roads… and swam at the HUK beach!
Ride Along Paths Surrounded by Nature
Swim in the Ocean
Views of Oslo Fjord Beaches, Sea Cliffs & Hidden Coves
Explore a Section of Europe’s Longest Coastline
Ride along sea cliffs and through coastal forest, down to beaches and stop for a refreshing swim in the ocean. This is 18 km of pure nature, we’ll be riding along bike and coastal paths and farm roads. Being a coastal nation means Norway bike tours often follow the shoreline. If you don’t have time to explore more of this beautiful country then this tour is a great way to learn about the coastal culture. Enjoy spectacular views over the city harbour and see another side to Oslo, the beach town.
Stunning views of the Oslo fjord and coastline
Visit some of Oslo’s beaches like Huk for a swim or an ice-cream
See charming wooden homes of Bygdøy
Stop by the Royal Farm, still a working organic dairy farm
Ride along Oslo’s coast and breathe in the fresh sea air
Optional add-on to visit a museum on the Bygdøy Peninsula
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NOK 4,000 for groups up to 8 participants
For groups of more than 8, please contact us directly.
9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 & 13:00
DFDS Boat Terminal in Building “Skur 42” (Akershusstranda 31, 0150 Oslo)
- Daily, April through October
- No tours will run on 17th May due to national day parades
- For any bike tour in the winter months, please see our Oslo Winter Highlights tour
Private tours are available in English, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish.
Moderate – this tour is for bikers who are intermediate riders or better: a few hills, a quicker pace, some riding on dirt paths in the forest and along the coast, for a total of about 18 km (11 miles).
Maximum 8 people – for groups of more than 8, please contact us directly.
- Bike and helmet
- Museum entrance – there is an optional add on to visit a museum on the Bygdøy Peninsula
What to bring
- Comfortable shoes and clothes
Good to know
- Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start of the tour.
- On wet days, rain ponchos are available for 30 kroner per person.
- There is access to paid toilets for 10 kroner (card only) at the start of the tour and there are also multiple stops during the tour when toilets are available.
The Day’s Activities
What many people don’t know about Norway is that it’s a desirable beach destination. The lush green coast around Oslo is a natural paradise that gives visitors a taste of what life is like in the country with one of the longest coastlines in the world.
We’ll cycle along sea cliffs and be treated to stunning views of the Oslo fjord and coastline. We’ll head down through coastal forests to one of the multiple swimming stops on Huk beach where guests can choose to plunge into the water or enjoy an ice cream on the shore. We’ll explore the charming wooden houses on the forested peninsula, Bygdøy. Here we’ll also stop by the Royal Farm which as well as being the summer residence of Norway’s royal family, is also a working dairy farm and Oslo’s largest producer of milk.
Hear What Our Previous Guests Thought ...
I joined a bike trip that went out to the Bygdoy peninsula. It was a delightful trip. Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable. We rode past the Royal dairy farm and… then we went to a beach and had a nice swim. We rode along a forested area, then back downtown. What a lovely day!