Cross-country skiing Trysil

Cross-country tracks in Trysil go along different trails, both on top of the mountain and under the tree line.

In Trysil, the cross-country season will start as early as 4 November 2022. Then there are 5-km ski tracks done for both classic and skate skiing. There is also a ski arena nearby. The tracks are of high quality and are carefully monitored throughout the season. There are good opportunities for technique and interval training as the tracks offer both flat and hilly terrain. There is a toilet and cloakroom in the stadium.

Training groups need to book time in advance at the long arena. Contact SkiStar Group & Conference for more information and booking.

5 of 5 cross country trails open for the season
  • 63.6 km
  • 3.2 km
    Trysilfjellet Arena
  • 7.2 km
    Ole G-vegen
  • 12 km
    Korsberget - Skorkoia
  • 14 km
    Ås - Skorkoia

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Map for Cross-country Skiing Trail in Trysil

Cross-country tracks go on various trails, both on top of the mountain and under the tree line. Skihytta and Fageråsen are both good starting points and the broad grooves are well-suited for skating. All tracks are marked in the cross-country skiing map. Get yourself a map to get a better overview of the selection of trails in the Trysil mountains.

A GPS transmitter in the preparation machine shows when tracks were last prepared.
The service is provided by

If you want to ski in the evening on illuminated tracks, there is Trysilfjellet Arena near Trysil Tourist Centre.
There are more trails on the other side of the city centre; these are prepared by Trysil Skiløypelag.
Download the map for cross-country skiing trails (PDF)