Here is information about directions and starting to kayak.
Arriving by BUS:
Avoid Google to find the best bus transport.
Full details (from Oslo center) is here: tinyurl.com/yxkv5xuq
We are south of Oslo. If you are in the center, take the green bus 550 from Bjørvika or Oslo Bussterminal (platform A19). Ride the bus for 18-20 minutes to Klemetsrud skole. Exit the bus, and immediately enter bus 515. Bus 515 is normally waiting for 550. There are no other buses, so there’s no risk of mixing up. Ride bus 515 for 13 minutes to Bru.
Walk a few minutes to Bru-Fjellveien 2 (use GPS). Some GPS/navigations say you are here, just before you really are. Then do like this: Walk a little bit further, take sharp left on the first chance, walk up a small hill and Bru-Fjellveien 2 is first on the left side.
We are away today. Just find the equipment by the garage and start your adventure. You find maps on the right side of the kayaks.
Bru is in zone 2.
Buy tickets to get here in one of the following ways:
– if you have a week ticket or similar (for tram, metro (and often train) – it’s valid for bus as well) – but you may want to buy an extension for zone 2 for this tour.
– on the app https://ruter.no/en/buying-tickets/mobile-ticket-app/ You can buy tickets to several people, from one phone (payment on the app might not work if you live outside Europe)
– at a kiosk (with card or cash)
– in the bus (cash, largest bill accepted is 200 kroner. 20 kroner more expensive than other options)
See https://ruter.no/en/buying-tickets/sales-outlets/ if you decide to not download the app.