Why Trysil

  • Norway’s largest and most popular ski resort.
  • Everything in one place, no need for a car to get from one place to another. Almost all accommodation is ski in – ski out.
  • Great snow conditions with the inland climate. Normal season is November – April.
  • High standard on both ski runs and accommodation.
  • Two exciting children’s areas, several warming huts and excellent service facilities make life easy for families with children of all ages.
  • Four snow parks.
  • Two high standard resort hotels ski in – ski out.
  • 160 km from Oslo Airport Gardermoen.


Trysil has a typical mountain climate that varies with the seasons. In the summer Trysil offer lots of hiking possibilities and mountain biking/lots of cycle paths.


Trysil offers 68 slopes and totally 75 km of skiing, 30 lifts. Easy and demanding ski slopes are located next to each other, so the whole family can take the lift to the top and choose different slopes to ski back down again. You’ll never be short of choice in Trysil.

With four snow parks, Trysil can offer a park for everyone. Green parks for the youngest skiers or beginners, blue park and the park with both red and black line.

Trysil has a lot of weekly acitivities in the skiing area, many of them with the mascot Valle, especially for the kids. In addition you can join the events or other activities such as dog sledging, sleigh rides, bowling, adventure pool and SPA.

Trysil offers app 500 km of cross country tracks. 100 km is in and around Trysilfjellet, in varied terrain.


Situated in the heart of Scandinavia, Trysil is easy to reach by car, bus or plane. The climate also makes sure that it’s normally very good snow conditions. Most of the accommodation has ski in – ski out, and Trysil also have ski bus to move between the areas or going down to the town centre for instance.


Trysil is well known for it’s family friendliness. There are two children’s areas with lifts and slopes well suited for the youngest ones. A lot of the activities in the weekly program are also for the children, especially the activities with the mascot Valle.
All the warming huts and barbeque huts gives you the opportunity to enjoy own food and beverage or just to take a short break during your ski day.

The ski area has both demanding and easy slopes side by side which makes it easier for a family to ski together.

The ski school in Trysil is Norway’s largest and they offer courses for every skier from the beginner, young or grown up, to the more advanced skiers who would like to fine tune their technique. The instructors communicate in multiple languages.

Lots of restaurants (around 25 in the ski area!) offers a wide selection of food during your stay. Try one of the specialties with local foods.

Things to do



Trysil offers many activities for the entire family. Especially the week program provides lots of activities in the ski area, and many of them together with the mascot, Valle. Most of the activities in the week program is free.

Food & drinks

Food & drinks

With 25 eateries / pubs in the ski area, Trysil also offers a good variety for apres ski and exciting restaurant visits where you also can enjoy local foods.

Getting there

It’s easy to travel to Trysil. It takes about 2, 5hrs from Oslo by car. 2 hrs from Oslo Airport Gardermoen with bus.


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