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Trysil Bike Arena - 10th anniversary

In 2010 plans were made to transform Trysil into an all-year destination. Just a few years later, in 2014, the first elements of the Trysil Bike Arena in place. Over the next 10 years the work continued, resulting in many people now opting to make the journey during the summer too. From the opening in 2014 things have moved quickly, and in 2024 Trysil Bike Arena will be 10 years!

A year-round destination for everyone

Cycling has had a great effect, and with active families as the core target audience, there are fun and exciting challenges and activities throughout the year.

It's imperative for everyone to be able to challenge themselves and achieve mastery, regardless of experience and skill level. Initially, a simple offering was created, but in recent years the level of difficulty has increased in line with the offering. Now you will find everything from simple green trails for the young ones, to the double black B-RAGE.

A girl riding a pumptrack in Trysil Bike Arena

Trysil Bike Arena history

Through investments, cooperation and a joint effort, 10 years of development and facilitation have made Trysil Norway's best mountain biking destination. Experienced mountain bikers and families with children alike, can find a range of activities that leave a lasting impression.



When did Trysil Bike Arena open?

With expertise from France and inspiration from Scotland, the arena was able to open with a simple trail and pump track at the Radisson Blu Resort in 2014. The 7-year master plan had begun.

The development of the trail network in Gullia was also underway, and by early summer 2015 there were several trails in place for the active family. With the aim of offering something for everyone, new and more advanced trails also followed.

The lift was introduced to the offer

A new adventure began in 2016 with a summer bike lift. Lift accessed cycling in Magic Moose led to an even bigger offer, before we saw Twister and Flowstar really get things moving in 2022.

Someone riding berms in Trysil Bike Arena

An international cycling offer in Trysil Bike Arena

From the very beginning, 70 kilometers of trails have been developed, of which 30 km are located in Gullia, 20 km are linked to the lift and 20 km are in Fageråsen. In addition, there are plans to develop approximately 50 more kilometers!

From 1,000 registered cycling days in 2014 to 92,000 in 2023, it's undoubtedly a growing product that will continue to grow. By drawing inspiration from abroad, for example from Whistler Bike Park in Canada, the product can be further developed to compete to become one of the best trail cycling destinations in Europe. Then we can seriously say that with Trysil Bike Arena, the small forest and mountain village is an international destination.

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