This is why you choose Trysil this winter

11/15/2021

Long, wide and well-groomed slopes. Chairlifts with heated seats, modern cabins, apartments and fantastic hotels with ski in and ski out. Trysil is Norway's largest ski resort. The whole family likes it here, also those with the highest demands.

From the top of the mountain, the slopes lead you down into friendly forest terrain. Here you will find fun arenas, such as ski cross, speed skiing and self-timer. Snow parks and large children's areas with easy access and all facilities.

Trysil is Norway's largest ski and almost like heaven on earth for everyone who loves skiing.

Here are five good reasons why you should choose Trysil this winter:

Fantastic skiing

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Trysil has a good selection of slopes. No other ski resort in Norway can beat the range of fantastic slopes! From long, wide and challenging carving slopes to kind, fun and varied cruising slopes.

Large children's areas

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Trysil has always invested a little extra in families with children, and the children’s areas have all the fun that children love, including safe facilities. Children’s lifts, conveyor belts (magic carpet), slopes with fun elements and not least, there is easy access, toilets, barbecue houses and nice places to have a break.

World-class accommodation

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Trysil has a wide selection of modern cabins, apartments and hotels, and almost all accommodation has ski in and ski out. Right on the slopes you can stay at two of Norway's best ski hotels - Radisson Blu Resort Trysil on the south side, and Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences on the north side of the mountain.

Key words are perfect location, great rooms and apartments, water park, spa treatments, bowling and a wide selection of restaurants.

See all accommodation options in Trysil

Magical experiences

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We constantly try to deliver magical skiing experiences. For the little ones, there are skiing activities with the popular snowman Valle. Children just love him!

For the slightly older children and adults, we have a wide menu of skiing experiences. Try guided off-piste to the best places or a technical carving course. In Trysil there is also dog sledding and sleigh rides – great experiences after the lift has closed. And did we mention snow shoeing? Of course you can attend a guided tour on snow shoes.

If you and your family prefer indoor fun, you should experience the pool at Radisson Blu Resort Trysil with climbing wall, surf wave, own children's pools and whirlpool.

Best food

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Skiing requires energy, and good food is important. In Trysil, there are almost 30 restaurants in the ski resort. From a quick and easy diner to a la carte restaurants with white tablecloths. Of course there is typical Norwegian dishes on the menus.

It is also fine to be your own chef. On several places in the ski area there are places to eat homemade food, you can even barbeque your own sausages.


»See all restaurants in Trysil here

 

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