Stavanger Kunstisbane - outside ice skating
Kunstisbane (literally "artificial ice track") is where the
local speed skaters go in the winter - when it is cold enough. If the
outside temperature is above 5 degrees C then the ice turns to a soft
mush. There are hopes of investment that will make it usable more of the
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is a very popular place to come with children - and it is free as long as
you have your own ice skates (which can be bought in shops for about 300
kroner). Skates can also be rented here.
Young children can get around by pushing plastic drink bottle crates around (the yellow box in the pictures). The system of having slow skaters on the outside of the track and fast skaters on the inside, with everyone going anti-clockwise works fairly well.
There is now a small outside ice rink at Kleppe, at the Jaerhagen shopping centre and the really special treat is when the lakes freeze over - and are pronounced to be safe - then thousands of people will be out - at Little Stokka lake, for example.
Rogaland Fylkeskart (scale 1:200 000): 3112 65376
Drive south from Stavanger on the E39, come off at the second junction - before the tunnel - towards Hillevaag; turn right at the roundabout to Mariero. Turn right after about 400m over the bridge over the motorway, then left into car park after 100m.
At the ice rink (turn left off the road) or just beyond, on the right side.
Local bus 11 from Stavanger Sentrum towards Hinna and 500m walk
Distance from Stavanger: 3 km
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Travel time from Stavanger:
10 minutes by car
25 minutes by bus
Duration of the visit:
an hour, or much longer if you bring a picnic
Skate hire and refreshments at times.
Brilliant. Dress me warm, give me warm drinks and hot dogs.
Kleppe outside ice rink
Stavanger indoor Siddishallen ice rink
Little Stokka lake ice skating
Sormarka woodland trails
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