Sälen and Trysil offer a wide variety of biking in two countries.
One holiday - two countries
The biggest mountain resorts in Sweden and Norway - Sälen and Trysil - offer stunning mountains, thrilling bike parks, fantastic trails and extensive gravel roads that together offer you a biking experience that goes far beyond the ordinary.
Sälen Bike Park is located in Lindvallen and boasts five different bike trails with varying difficulty levels. There are trails for children, beginners and for those seeking more of a challenge. The Gustav Express chair lift will whisk both you and your bike up to the top.
Sälen offers a wide range of family biking, with Valle's bike trails and the Kids' Bike Park for the little ones. Experiumtorget and Sälfjällstorget both offer pump tracks, and there's heaps of fantastic mountain biking around the mountain.
Trysil is Norway's leading destination for trail riding. There are trails to suit everyone in the Trysil Bike Arena, plus one of Europe's longest flow trails that's linked up to the Fjellekspressen chairlift.
There's a smaller bike park at the Radisson Blu Resort Trysil with balance elements, small jumps, banked turns and natural rocks and roots. It's an ideal place to get some practice in before heading out onto the bigger trails.
In Sälen and Trysil, they have every possibility covered, whether you're new to the sport and want to try out biking for the first time or want to exercise your greatest passion and perhaps challenge yourself to try out new bike sports.
Sound, good-value lodging
Whether you prefer a cabin, an apartment or a hotel, you can find precisely the best option for your stay, with a range of choices from 4-star hotels right by the cycle trails to authentic mountain cabins.
With the SkiStar Lodge Experium in Sälen or the Radisson Blu Resort Trysil as your base you have optimal opportunities for bathing, bowling and other activities under the same roof, ensuring that your holiday is the very best experience.
Food, activities and shopping
Sälen boasts a wide variety of restaurants, many with local produce and Swedish home cooking at their heart. Sälen also offers great shopping, where you'll find the latest in mountain sports, equipment and fashion, and of course there are also well-stocked grocery stores not far away.
Trysil boasts many fine restaurants that are open during the summer. You can find them at the Turistsenter, the Høyfjellssenter and in Trysil centre. There is also good shopping, especially in the centre, in well-stocked sports shops, plus grocery stores.
Both Sälen and Trysil offer lots of opportunities for an active holiday for the whole family in addition to biking and mountain hiking. Examples of fun activities include a water park, indoor surfing, bowling, a climbing park and a high-rope park.