1. 6 fun arenas
One of the news in the ski area this winter is 6 family friendly arenas. Arenas prepped and shaped every day.
Get professional timing in the 2 race arenas, challenge a friend in the parallel slalom track, ski as fast as you can in the speed area, and the two ski and boarder cross tracks have jumps and turns as fun challenges.
Give it a try, and have some extra fun! If you have a ski pass, you also have free access to all 6 arenas.
2. Ski & Surf – SkiStar Experience
Ski & Surf is a great activity for youth between 12 and 15 years old. You start with some hours of skiing. The ski instructor shows the way to excellent skiing.
After a few hours outside, you pay Surfer’s Bay at Radisson Blu a visit. The only indoor surf wave in Norway is waiting for you. Pizza is the perfect end of your Ski & Surf day.
Ski & Surf and other exciting experiences are offered by SkiStar Experience.
3. Early Morning Ski
As the name suggests, Early Morning Ski is skiing in the morning. Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting on 6th Feb. The first lifts start at 7 o’ clock, and you head for the black area Høgegga.
The slopes are freshly groomed, and you have them all to yourself.
Breakfast is part of the Early Morning Ski activity. Once you have reached the slopes this early in the morning, you wont regret it! Registration the day before at the latest.
4. Learn the x-country technique from the pros
If you know the technique, it is much more fun! That goes for everything! In Trysil you
can learn the cross-country technique. Both classic and skating, in a private lesson or in
Anita Moen Ski school teaches, inspires and guidelines you through the
In and around Trysilfjellet there are 100 kilometres of cross-country tracks.
With the right technique it is really fun to go for a cross-country tour on your own.
5. Night skiing
Night skiing has existed for many years. 3 nights a week you can ski nonstop until 20.00 hours.
It is a special atmosphere to ski at night, on floodlit slopes. Night skiing are both at Trysil Turistsenter and Trysil Høyfjellssenter, and the skiing fits children and adults.
On Tuesdays night skiing at Turistsenteret ends with torchlight skiing. A good idea is to combine night skiing with a nice meal in one of the close-by restaurants.