Trysil is the largest alpine center in Norway. It’ s situated 210 km from Oslo, close to the Swedish border. There are more than 65 different runs with a total length of more than 70 km. The longest descent is 5400 meters. In addition to the many ski options, there is also an extensive snowboard park. For cross-country skiers, there is a cross-country ski network of over 100 km of cross country tracks through wooded and open terrain.
The Trysil Area
Trysil’s alpine center can be divided into 5 different areas:
Trysil center: the old, original village down in the valley with 2 hotels, shops and entertainment venues.
Trysil Turistsenter: 1.5 km from Trysil village, located at the bottom of the slopes, near the lifts, ski rental, shops, bars, restaurants and reception center.
Trysil Høyfjellssenter: located around the highest part of the alpine slopes with lifts, ski rental, supermarket, restaurants, cafeterias.
Fageråsen: an extensive huts area, located on the right side along the alpine slopes from almost all the way up to halfway up the mountain.
Trysil Hytteområde: a large, varied huts area below and on the left along the ski slopes, at a distance of 1-3 km from Trysil Turistsenter.
- Very varied cross-country skiing area
- Cozy, heated cabins for daytime
- Alpine slope for children
- Very suitable for snow hiking
Trysil and children
Trysil certainly thinks of the little ones! With children’s parks in Trysil Turistsenter, Trysil Høyfjellssenter and Skihytta you are always at a children’s park nearby. Your children will experience a fantastic holiday with all the special characters and animation around the child-friendly slopes. Of course there are toilets, special huts to warm up when it is cold and various places to sit down or barbeque.
Playfully teach your children how to ski at one of the resort’s two ski schools. In addition, Trysil has a nursery and day care (children from 6 months old) from 10:45 to 15:00. In this way, parents can also make a ski trip together in a carefree way