Improved slope lighting, childcare at the Tourist Centre and a new café concept designed for skiers of all ages, these are just some of the new features in Trysil for the 2022/23 season.
New in Trysil
- In Fageråsen, evening skiing will be much improved this winter with lights having been added in Skarven. This is the slope with the SkiStar Fun Ride, and with lighting, this popular product will also be available in the evenings. Fageråsen has a total of three illuminated slopes for the upcoming season.
- Capacity increase at Høgekspressen. The 1916-metre lift gets new chairs and increased capacity by approx. 10%.
- The Liekspressen has been given a technical upgrade with a new control system that increases operating safety.
- Increased snow production capacity helps to streamline snow production and reduce resource consumption. This reduces machine time and spills when clearing slopes.
- Piste 80 in Høgegga and piste 19 at the Tourist Centre are being widened.
- The Ski cabin area is being organised to provide better and more varied skiing and accessibility between Valleliften and Oletrekket.
Events and activities
- Childcare will be reinstated at the Tourist Centre.
- The SkiStar Winter Games will be coming to Trysil and will run from 3-5 February. The focus is Giant Slalom (GS) and Super-G (SG).
- The closing weekend on 21-23 April will see the premiere of the SkiStar Banked Slalom & Music Festival by Helene Olafsen.
- Fjellgrillen is launching a brand new café concept called Kafé Kasserolle, a concept suitable for skiers of all ages. The menu includes pancakes, foccacia, hot dishes, donuts and hot chocolate. The menu sizes are flexible and help reduce food waste. Food and drinks can be ordered easily and efficiently via the app.
- Fee parking is being introduced at selected parking spaces in Trysil this season. Parking revenue contributes to further investment in sustainable measures to reduce emissions, including better charging facilities for electric cars and measures to improve the infrastructure to and at the destination.
- Continuous investment in sustainability measures in the ski resort, such as power control systems for energy in large buildings and heat control of machine rooms at lift stations, systematic replacement of LED lighting, etc.
- Major focus on energy saving measures and reducing electricity consumption in the short and long term.
- The Trysil guides now have more equipment for the disabled and offer free hire - read more.