Sandvika til Lysaker est un sentier de point à point de 10.3 kilomètres situé près de Sandvika, Comté d'Akershus en Norvège. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 10.3 km Dénivelé: 173 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B

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A trip for the tough! The tour crosses the municipality from west to east. The route follows the fjord, and passes among other things. Henie Onstad Art Center, DNV, Strand restaurant and Polhøgda. The tour ends at Lysaker pier with a great view of the fjord. This is a tough trip that occasionally goes on uneven terrain. The trip is approx. 10 km without detours. The tour starts at the Tourist Information Center at Sandvika Storsenter. If you do not have a bike, you can rent one here. Follow Claude Monet's Allé towards the south-east. At the end is Bærum Kulturhus, designed by the architectural firm Snøhetta, completed in 2003. Cross Sandvikselva. You pass Bærum town hall, designed by Magnus Poulsson, completed in 1926/1960. At the town hall stands the fountain Elements and the Statue of Freedom, both by Arnold Haukeland. Turn right and then left into Old Dramensvei. Malmskrivergården, which is Sandvika's oldest preserved building from about 1640, is on the left. The road goes up. Select first and then second bridge to the right. Here you can head south, and follow Sjøholmen around. But on parts of the stretch there is a path that is poorly suited for cycling. Turn left, cycle through Solvik boat harbor. Keep right towards Høvikodden. You come to the Henie Onstad Art Center with the opportunity for art experiences and refreshments at Bølgen and Moi. Høvikodden also offers a family-friendly beach. Continue along the coastal path, through Veritasparken. There is DNV, which is one of Bærum's largest companies. From here you have a view of beautiful archipelago. From DNV to Sarbuvollen, the path is uneven. It is best to pull up in the forest. Many will probably choose to ride the bike. The trail ends in Marie's path. Continue from there to Sarbuvollveien, turn right and follow the national bicycle route 1. You pass the popular Strand restaurant, with a view towards Holtekilen and the top of the white Statoil building at Fornebu. After about 2 km, Telenor Arena pops up, Bærum's largest living room, which offers concerts, horse shows and much more. Cycle beneath Snarøyveien, turn right and follow the signs to the Fridtjof Nansen Institute. You pass Polhøgda, who was once the home of the polarfarers, scientist, humanist and peace prize winner Fridtjof Nansen. Take in the Bombakken, keep right in Dicks road and left in Strandveien. You have come to Lysaker, which is one of Bærum's largest business nodes for knowledge companies. On the quayside there are cafes and restaurants. In the south you see Nesodden, in the east of Oslo and in the north the outlet of Lysakerelva. Right by is Lysaker station. From there you can take the train back to Sandvika.

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