During my visit to Oslo in July 2020 I was on the Stovner Tower for the first time.
This is a footpath construction with viewing platforms, which meanders among the trees in the Stovner district. A 265 meter circuit leads to the top of the tower, 15 meters above the ground and 215 meters above sea level. The tower is also called “Norway’s longest tower” (not the tallest) because of its long corridor. Among other things, it is designed to be universally accessible.
The Stovner Tower is open to visitors all year round and entry is free.
Stovner Tower is located on the Fossumberget hill just behind the Stovner Senter shopping center and can be reached from the shopping center via Karl Fossums vei, Fossumberget or Olaus Fjørtofts vei. The nearest metro station is Stovner, about 600 meters from Stovner Tower. With the subway line 5 it is 25 minutes from the central station.