Trysil is one of the largest ski areas in Norway. The cosy accommodations are located directly by the slopes, so that there will be only a few metres between your bedroom and the pistes. Norway is relatively quiet and undiscovered in terms of winter sports, which means that the ski lifts are very fast. And that's great, because less waiting means more time for fun in the snow. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, there is a lot of other things to do in Trysil. For example, you can book a breath-taking dogsled ride. For a truly unforgettable experience, you can even take a longer trip, with an overnight stay. The untouched nature of Trysil is stunning, and from the top of the Trysilfjellet mountain, you can look out over Sweden on a clear day. What a unique view!
Trysil ski resort has over 45 miles of wide slopes, which wind through beautiful evergreen forests. The longest slope is 3.4 miles long, so you can cruise through the snow, admiring the surroundings. With green, blue, red and black slopes available, you can ski and snowboard here at all skill levels. The slopes are often illuminated in the evenings, so you can get the most out of your day. Snowboarders can look forward to some extra fun at the Snow Parks, which are full of jumps and wallrides to practice cool stunts on. Trysil's versatility is also reflected off of the slopes. How about a snowshoe hike? The little ones can also enjoy themselves on the playing fields. Cross-country skiing enthusiasts can enjoy over 60 miles of well-maintained cross-country trails around the Trysilfjellet mountain. This region is the perfect place for a winter holiday with the whole family.
Because Norway is located so far north, the climate is ideal for winter sports. The cold winter ensures a high chance of deep snow cover, and therefore an extra-long ski season. From December to April, you are ensured of a thick layer of powdery snow. Want to finally have a white Christmas this year? That's possible in Trysil! However, March is the most popular month for avid skiers to visit.
As if all this wasn’t enough, Trysil also bears the Sustainable Destination label. This label shows that systematic work is being done to develop sustainable tourism in the area. We want you to be able to enjoy the beautiful, untouched nature of Norway for years to come. When are you going to see it?