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SOURCE: i am going to visit oslo in a couple weeks and i would love to go skiing but I'm not in oslo for so long so dont want to travel far to a slope. is there anywhere to downhill ski in/very near downt

Oslo Winter Park is just 30 min from downtown Oslo with some incredible slopes!!http://www.visitoslo.com/en/product/?TLp=12087&Oslo-Winter-Park

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