New features in Trysil

A new lift and a better skiing experience for families with young children is one of the new features in Trysil for the 2021/22 season. Norway’s largest ski destination has always focused on family and children, and the new lift in the children’s area at the Tourist Centre will make the skiing experience even better. In addition, there are more options when it comes to cuisine and activities.

New features in Trysil

  • A new lift in the children’s area of the Turistsenteret. It will be next to the Hygglo lift, and the popular children’s slope will be extended to the north. The children’s area will now have as many as five lifts, a treadmill, a ski carousel, heating rooms, a dining space, bathrooms, an exciting forest area with an outdoor stage, and fun Valle installations.

  • A new conveyor belt is built from the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences in Fageråsen to the Stormyra ski lift, which was ready last season. It will simplify access to the ski resort for hotel guests and families with children.Stage 2 of The Lodge, with 56 new apartments at the Tourist Centre, was completed last season.

  • The Lodge apartments is centrally located with ski-in/ski-out and is a perfect starting point for your skiing vacation. Read more and order »




    Changes to restaurants and cafes:


  • La Pasteria, a popular Italian concept with fresh pasta has opened in Torghuset at the Turistsenteret and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • Marielle’s Snackbar has taken over Høgeggagrillen and has become very popular. It also offers healthy alternatives on the menu.

  • The Valle kiosk in the children’s area at the Turistsenteret has been upgraded and offers several healthy alternatives

  • Barbacoa is located to the right by the T2 Fjellekspressen and offers delicious food from the grill along with a variety of tacos. It is open in the evening and shows sports on TV. In addition, takeaway meals, home delivery and catering are offered.

  • Kort & Godt has opened a new section next to the reception in the Welcome Centre at the Turistsenteret. Kort & Godt is a bakery with a café that uses local ingredients. Locally produced beer from Trysil Brewery is also served here. In addition, Kort & Godt has departments at Radisson Blu Mountain Resort in Fageråsen and the Centre of Trysil.