Trysil - Norway's largest ski resort - is built around the Trysilfjellet mountain and famed for its well-groomed slopes.
There are both lodgings and restaurants within skiing distance. Luxury hotels and modern lifts make holidaying here comfortable for the whole family.
- Number of lifts 31
- Number of slopes 68
- Highest groomed point 1100 m.ö.h
- Vertical drop 685 meter
- Total piste length 78 km
- Snow Park Yes
- Fun Ride Yes
- Children´s areas Yes
- Ski bus Yes
- Night skiing Yes
- Ski season Season opening - April
- Restaurants More than 30
Trysil is located approx. 200 km from the Norwegian capital, Oslo. The ski resort is built on the slopes of the 1,132 metre high Trysilfjellet mountain and the accommodation here consists of modern, luxury hotels and fully equipped log cabins, beautifully located on the mountain slopes.
71 km of well prepared slopes snake around the mountain, offering skiing in all directions. Trysil is famous for its carving, so don't be surprised if you run into global alpine stars on the slopes. Many national teams from different countries use this as their World Cup training base.
Trysil offers all the extra comforts you could imagine for your holiday, including super-modern lifts that even include wind protection and heated seats. The snow park has won untold awards and you'll also find several large children's and beginners' areas.
For lovers of luxury, Trysil has two Radisson Blu hotels located right at the foot of the ski slopes. The Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences and the award-winning Radisson Blu Resort are located on either side of the Trysilfjellet mountain. At both hotels you'll find every comfort imaginable, such as spas, playrooms, indoor surfing, climbing walls, bowling, restaurants and lots more besides.