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Vestby border - Drøbak - Gylteholmen


There are accessible paths for most of the Frogn coastline, but still only restricted lengths that are marked as Coastal Path. Thus its a good idea to bring a good map with you when walking along Frogn’s golden strip. Håøya also has well developed and marked trails. The Coastal Path comes in from Vestby at Saga via the bridge over Solbergelva. From there, you use roads, paths and the shoreline up to Drøbak. You come to Sjøtorget with its aquarium and boat connections to Oscarsborg, before getting to Swiss Cottage ”Biologist” at the entrance to the Bathing Park.

Tings to discover Skiphelle’s sandy beach - least adapted (1). Sjøtorget with aquarium, tourist information and boat to Oscarsborg (2). Badeparken bathing park (3). Oscarsborg fort (4). Fortifications on Håøya (5) Industrial history and Coastal Path from Tåjebukta (6).

The coastal culture trail goes from battlement to battlement from the landside of Oscarsborg. You can get to Oscarsborg and Håøya trails via boat. There’s a cycle lane through a rich cultural landscape from Drøbak to UMB on Ås. There are also some idyllic cycle tours south of Drøbak.

Interesting detours

Other information

From Kjepperstadbukta and Skiphelle there is a marked trail into Drøbak’s southerly approach. In Drøbak there are self guided walking trails around the town.

Grocery shops on Dyrløkke, Ullerudsletta and in Drøbak. Table service in Drøbak and on Oscarsborg. For more information see

Foto: Øystein Søbye

The Coastal Path through Bohuslän, Østfold and Akershus  
The Coastal Path through Bohuslän, Østfold and Akershus  

The guide shows our Coastal Path in stages, on maps with a scale of 1:50 000. Trails are marked blue, both on the map and on site. Along or...