- 7 nights
- Bed & Breakfast
Norway’s largest and oldest ski resort, Trysil, is one of the country’s most popular resorts for good reason; the terrain is varied with 66 runs in total providing something for all abilities, ranging from gentle greens to thrilling blacks.
Thanks to one of the best lift systems in Europe, with virtually no queues to be heard of, you can spend maximum time enjoying the beautifully pisted slopes. Better yet, if you can’t get enough of the snow during the day Trysil offers evening skiing on Fridays, Sundays and Tuesdays. However, if you’re more of a morning bird, the resort also offers early morning skiing every Wednesday and Saturday from 5th February until 19 April. With the freshly groomed slopes to yourself for a few hours before everyone else is allowed up.
Trysil’s ski season is long, starting as early as the beginning of November and running all the way through to late April and is full of beautifully dry snow. In fact, so confident is the resort of the snow quality that they guarantee your lift pass so that if the conditions aren’t up to scratch they will refund you in full.
Resort Altitude: 350m
Resort Skiing: 1,100m
Total Ski Area: 71km
Blue Runs: 28km
Red Runs: 26km
Black Runs: 17km
Cross Country: 100km
Trysil Mountain offers almost 360 degrees of linked skiing, meaning you can follow the sunshine all day. The lower slopes offer sublime tree skiing and the top half of the mountain is home to wide open slopes of varying difficulty, with blue runs sitting alongside black runs. This gives a unique opportunity for mixed ability groups to ski close together throughout the day.
A huge and varied ski area with an impressive snow record, Trysil has a long season with slopes to suit everybody.
The skiing in Trysil definitely favours beginners and early intermediates, with the Høyfjellssenter area particularly good for people new to skiing. There are also excellent nursery slopes on the Turistsenter side and these are close to the steeper red and black runs, meaning the slightly more experienced skiers can tackle some beautiful reds and blues.
The Høgegga area is home to the steep black runs that will suit advanced skiers looking for a challenge.
Trysil is an ideal snowboarding destination, with a modern lift system designed with boarders in mind. The resort is also home to one of Norway’s best terrain parks, with a large variety of jumps to be enjoyed.
With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.
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Childcare is available by the hour or by the week from 10:45am to 3pm. The crèche is run by ski school instructors and activities include sledging, drawing, singing and much more.
The facilities are located right by the slopes and children from the age of two to nine will be kept entertained while you get plenty of skiing in.
Apres ski here is rather more sophisticated, with lovely cabin-style restaurants and bars on the slopes and off.
There are plenty of restaurants and bars to choose from for a refreshing drink after your day on the mountain and for later, the resorts two hotels; The Radisson Blu and The Park Inn, both have a number of trendy bars and restaurants for you to spend the evening in.
Both the main hotels in Trysil have brilliant swimming pools that non-skiers and children can visit and there are some great Norwegian activities to try as well, go for a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the forest or drive your own sled pulled by huskies.
There's also the possibility of seeing the Northern Lights, depending on the weather and visibility while you're there.