Alpine skiing and snowboarding
In Trysil, the whole family can take the same lift to the top of a slope and then choose their level of difficulty for the descent different pistes of varying degrees. Green, red, blue and black runs are all available, ready prepped for optimum ski experiences. A ski destination for the whole family.
Trysil consists of one large ski area. The mountain's three faces are linked by lifts and slopes. There are three routes over the mountain, and the quickest way to make the trip is on the Hesten and Kanken ski lifts, which will carry you to a height of 1,100 metres above sea level. From the top, you can see for many kilometers in each direction.
Trysil is also home to one of Norway's best and largest terrain parks.
The season starts early in Trysil. Skiing begins as early as 1 November and the season lasts up until 21 April. Fortunately, snow coverage is never a problem. If necessary, the resort can fire up some of the largest and most advanced snow‐production equipment in Norway. All in all, this means more than 150 skiing days for you – and just as many nights preparing the slopes for the people working at the resort.
If, against all expectations, winter should fail to arrive on time, Trysil will refund the money you paid for your skiing holiday. Accommodation, skiing lessons, ski hire and ski lift passes are all included in the snow guarantee
Evening and early morning skiing
On Fridays, Sundays and Tuesdays, Trysil offers evening skiing. You can enjoy skiing on floodlit slopes until 8 pm.
If you would like an extra‐early start to your day, the resort offers early morning skiing every Wednesday and Saturday from 5 February until 19 April. Early birds who want to start the day with a good breakfast in Høgegga and then head off onto the newly prepared slopes can opt for early morning skiing. This offer is only open to small groups, to allow you to experience the exclusive feeling of having the slopes to yourself for a few hours. Just remember to book the day before.
For the children
Holidays in Trysil should be fun for children too. To make sure that skiing is as safe and as much fun as possible, the resort has set up three large children's areas where they can ski to their heart's content in safe and secure surroundings.
All children's slopes and ski lifts are easy for even the youngest visitors to use. The Smottes – the Trysil mascots – are out on the slopes in the winter and can suggest all kinds of fun and games for the children to enjoy. Trysil also offers day‐care for children and the ski school offers a number of courses for young skiers.
The Trysil Skipass gives you access to 66 prepped slopes and 31 lifts. Children 0 - 6 years can ski for free as long as they are using a helmet.
In Trysil you must buy a Ski*Direct card for all lift passes. The price is NOK 45 and the pass can be reused the next time you are in Trysil or at any of the other Skistar destinations.
Ski pass prices for the 2012-2013 season
Trysil's two ski rentals both have ski in/ski out locations. They also have the best equipment, a modern ski workshop and valuable knowledge. Their skis and snowboards are always newly prepped.
The ski rentals are located in the skiing area at Trysil Turistsenter and Trysil Høyfjellssenter. Book your ski equipment online.
Price example: Complete alpine carving equipment 16+ years from NOK 365 per day.
The ski school in Trysil has over 120 experienced ski instructors who love skiing. The professional and highly trained staff have extensive experience as ski instructors, which enables them to offer a wide range of ski and snowboard courses for children, youth and adults.
If you want to go cross-country skiing in Trysil, you can enjoy 100 kilometres of groomed cross-country tracks around the mountain.
Winter without skis
Trysil offers much more than just skiing. You will find an indoor surf wave pool, spa, adventure pool and bowling at Radisson Blu Resort Trysil. There is a new modern resort with a sports shop, supermarket, ski hire, bars, spa, sauna and gym, as well as an indoor and outdoor pool at Mountain Resort Trysil . Activities such as horse and dog sledding are available in Trysil, where you will also find shopping opportunities, a cinema and the Trysil-Knut Ski Museum.
Where to stay
Unique to Trysil is the fact that almost 80 percent of the accommodation is ski in/ski out. This means your car can take a holiday too, as you will not need it when in Trysil. For guests staying at the hotels in the village the Ski Bus takes you to and from the slopes, for free. Read more about where to stay in Trysil.
Dining and nightlife
Trysil has many good restaurants and cosy cafés. The ski resort itself has more than 20 eateries and restaurants.
Après-ski is a good way to end a perfect day on the slopes, and Trysil has several places for after ski, often with live music. Laaven, Ski Pub`en and the skybar IC: Blu are just some of the places to visit.
New for the 2012-2013 season
New arenas will open for the 2012-2013 season at Trysil. These will be open all day during lift opening times, and are suitable for the entire family.
- Cross trails for skiing and snowboarding.
- Parallel slalom enabling visitors to compete side by side with friends or family.
- Speed test arena allowing you to measure your speed down the hill.
- Racing arena with instant time display.
In addition, tracks 45, 66 and 71 will be lit up, meaning that the Park Inn Trysil Mountain Resort will be incorporated in the night skiing network in Fageråsen.
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