In Trysil you will find skiing in all directions of the mountain. Every night we groom 71kilometers of slopes on three sides of the mountain. The highest ski altitude is 1.100m, only 32m from the top of the mountain. Our longest slope has a vertical drop of 685m. 66 slopes makes Trysil Norway's largest ski resort.
Varied skiing and lots of snow is one of Trysils advantages. We all know that the weather at the top of a mountain can change rapidly - this is also the case in Trysil. Our advantage is that half of the slopes are located in forest areas, which means that you can ski in areas of the mountain that is sheltered from these weather changes. A combination of forest and mountain, stable climate, and good snow conditions, make Trysil a safe and good ski destination.
In Trysil you will find green, blue, red and black slopes side by side. Varied skiing and three children's areas make Trysil a family friendly destination. All members of the family can enjoy great skiing on wide slopes.
Trysils four ski areas:
Is the main gateway on the south side of the mountain. Here you will find slopes for all levels of skiing , a large children´s area, snow parks of different levels, 6-seat charlifts, several good restaurants and caféterias, and much more.
Is the main gateway on the north side of the mountain, and an outstanding family ski eldorado. A children friendly area with plenty of fun skiing opportunities. 6-seat chairlift with heated seats and wind bubble. Here you find an excellent range of ski slope options, and a good selection of restaurants.
For early risers and speed freaks. A pack of black slopes concentrated in an outrageous ski area. Early Morning Skiing on Wednesday and Saturday.
Sunny, plenty of room and magnificent skiing high up in the mountain. A favourite spot for the local ski bums. Delicious cuisine at the eatery Skihytta.