Kobberhaughytta is a lodge and cafe in the heart of Nordmarka just north of Oslo. The hike from Frognerseteren to Kobberhaughytta takes you through the most popular areas for outdoor activities for the population of Oslo. But don’t worry, the area is large so even though you can expect to see other hikers you will most definitely get a good feeling of being alone in this beautiful forest.
You can choose to follow the marked trail all the way or you can also walk along the forest roads that bring you most of the way to Kobberhaughytta.
Kobberhaughytta offers a great cafe on the weekends and if you have the time you should most definitely spend a night there which includes a delicous three course meal. Be sure to book in advance to ensure availability.
- For all enquiries to Kobberhaughytta you can call +47 40 60 30 87 or email email@example.com. You can also book overnight stays at their website.
- Kobberhaughytta is usually open on weekends for day hikers. You can book an overnight stay all days throughout the week.
- While staying at Kobberhaughytta you should definitely hike up to Kobberhaugen which is right nearby. Kobberhaugen gives you great views of the area and also beautiful views of the city of Oslo.
Tips and hints
Although Kobberhaughytta is closed for day hikers on normal weekdays you can use the small cabin right next to it. It offers a heated room with chairs and tables and some vending machines for drinks and chocolate. And if you are lucky you might find leftover baked goods from the cafe.
The outhouse toilets can be found right next to the main cabin.
By the lake you can find a shelter with where you can make up a fire and if you would like to you can also use it for overnight stays. Make sure you book with Kobberhaughytta. You can buy firewood there as well.
In the summertime you can rent canoes, kayaks, boats, fishing rods, bicycles and other outdoor equipment.
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