is a valley located in the northern part of Oslo
, the capital of Norway
. The valley stretches from the township of Røa
. The valley is frequently used as an entry point to Marka, Oslo
, the large wilderness recreational area for the metropolitan Oslo
Sørkedalen is an agricultural valley with several small farms, and stables for recreational horse riding.
In the southern part of this valley is the old manor of Bogstad Hovedgård, which was owned by Peder Anker. On the manor grounds there are the lake Bogstadvannet and Oslo Golf Club which were the first golf club in Norway.