Altitude: 415 Meters

Trysil in short

  • A varied ski area
  • Doorstep skiing
  • Very comfortable and good friendly service

Of all ski areas in Norway, Trysil is the largest and most complete area by far. Once you get to the ski resort, you can forget your car because here everything can be reached on foot or skis. Boasting about 65 kilometres of ski slopes, different extensive snowboarding facilities and a prepared cross-country ski run section of 100 kilometres, winter sports fans will certainly not get bored here.

Trysil's bustling town centre is full of shops, restaurants and bars where you will feel right at home. Trysil is also a very child-friendly destination and all facilities exist to guarantee kids will have an unforgettable holiday too. Interesting activities are organised on a regular basis throughout the season.

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Après-ski/events
Cross-country skiing
Families & Children
Price level
Winter hiking

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 Apres-ski & entertainment Trysil

Restaurants 7 Theatre -
Bars & cafes 2 Casino -
Nightclubs & discos - Concert hall
Cinema 1  

 Ski school and ski lessons Trysil

No. of ski schools 2Private ski lessons € 87
No. of ski instructors 100Ski lessons5 Days, 8 Hours, € 130
Area for beginnersSnowboarding lessons5 Days, 8 Hours, € 146
Ski lessons in - Cross-country skiing -

 Facilities Trysil

No. of hotels 4 Supermarkets 6
Total no. of hotel beds 500 Banks
Total no. of beds 7000

 Tourist information for Trysil

Name
Trysil Turistkontor
Email
Telephone
0047 - 0624 - 51000
Website

 Distances from Trysil

Railway station
Elverum approx. 70 km by bus
Airport:
Oslo approx. 160 km by bus
From the motorway:approx. 100 km anderhalf uur by car

 Trysil for families and children

Childcare Magic carpet
Playground - Ski lift for children
Merry-go-round

  Leisure & sports activities Trysil

Public sauna - Footpaths -
Fitness centreTorchlight descent -
Public solarium Indoor ice rink -
Massage Outdoor ice rink -
Spa & wellness - Curling -
Indoor swimming pool - Snow rafting -
Hot air ballooning - Dog sledding
Paragliding - Snowmobile tours
Indoor tennis court - Toboggan run -
Squash court -

Ski blog about Trysil

26 January 2020 by Danielle in 'Destinations''

Are you tired of going to the same ski resorts in the Alps for every ski holiday? Looking for something a bit more unique? Along with the reduced lift queues, unspoilt mountain scenery and relaxing lack of crowds, the lesser-known ski resorts in Europe often have the added advantage of being more affordable. Visiting ski areas like France's Sainte Foy Tarentaise or Norway's Trysil guarantees a much more down-to-earth experience, where you'll likely have more interaction with the locals and enjoy... More ›

13 August 2019 by Danielle in 'Latest news''

The Scandinavian Mountains Airport is also known as Sälen-Trysil for its location between the Swedish ski resort of Sälen and the Norwegian ski resort of Trysil. Both ski areas are the largest in their respective countries. The new airport will commence service on December 22, 2019, just in time for ski season in Sweden and Norway.... More ›
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Ski area
Trysil

Trysil
Total slopes 71 (km)
Blue slopes 28 km
Red slopes 26 km
Black slopes 17 km
Off-piste 0 km
Lifts (31 )
Drag lifts 25
Chair lifts 6
Gondola lifts 0
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