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near Sognsvann, Oslo Fylke (Norge)
Walk of around 9 km for 2.5-3 hours on a nice path for the whole walk except during 100 m in September. Easy to do without GPS by following the signs.
Following the East side of Sognsvann and begun to go back by the west side.
After crossing a wooden bridge, indication on the sign said Lynhytta, Ullevalseter and Ost Lille Aklungen. It's possible to take a shortcut before crossing the bridge.
I follow the path up to have a look on the Lille Aklungen but I did not cross the metal bridge, I followed the westside of the Lake.
At different splits of the trail, I follow the indication for going back to Sognsvann (Frognesteren was indicated too).
Once a little lake Lorttjern left on my right, at the split of the trail, I followed Frognesteren (path on the right).
A lot of path met at this section, I followed again the Frognesteren path going on planks. At this moment, it has rained a lot. The trail was soaked. If families are with strollers, it's better to follow the main path a little bit. The both trails will join 5-10 minutes later.
I follow the path indicated by the signs up to Frognesteren. Lamps are following the trail as it seems to be a cross-country ski track at wintertime.