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Ski Area

The area feels much bigger than it's 75 kilometres of interconnected slopes, Trysil, Norway's largest ski destination has beautiful long, wide open pistes, all of which are groomed to ensure perfect skiing conditions for each day of your trip.  Trysil Høyfjellssenter and Trysil Turistsenter are just 2 out of the 4 areas to ski out of in Trysil. The other two areas are Høgegga where you'll find plenty of consistent black runs or there is Skihytta where you will find one of the few beginner zones.  There are 31 lifts in the ski area including a handful of heated chairlifts! Plus extensive night skiing.

There are 2 big resort hotels in Trysil; the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences is a great retreat for couples that has a spa boasting an indoor swimming pool, sauna, fitness area and 12 treatment rooms, there are also a handful of bars and restaurants in the complex. The other main resort; Radisson Blu Resort Trysil has plenty to do in the hotel, it even has a bowling alley and wave surfing pool!

For entertainment, there is a range of restaurants and bars that cater for all located at Trysil Turistsenter, you can even get involved in the fondue evenings hosted on the side of the mountain in Trysil Høyfjellssenter where you will be transported there by snowmobile for a truly unforgettable dining experience. So if you are looking for a change of scenery this Winter, why not give Trysil a try?

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Transfer Details

  • Oslo Airport: 2hr 30mins

Key Facts

Key facts for Trysil

  • Trysil has around 75 kilometres of interconnected slopes, with a wide range of runs to suit all abilities.
  • If you are keen to do a bit of cross-country skiing on your holiday, Trysil boasts 86 kilometres of cross-country terrain.
  • There's a ski bus that runs throughout the day and evening between all the different resorts and through Trysil town itself.