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Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain

Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain Photo: Jonas Hasselgren Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain Photo: Jonas Hasselgren Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain Photo: Ola Matsson
Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain Photo: Jonas Hasselgren
Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain Photo: Jonas Hasselgren
Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain Photo: Ola Matsson

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Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain

The peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain, 1,132 metres above sea level, is a popular hiking destination for the entire family.

From the south side, there is a good road all the way to Skihytta Cabin, 819 metres above sea level. From here, there is a clearly signposted path across the bare mountain. The last part of the path runs on scree.

The view from the very top is magnificent in clear weather. You can see far into Sweden to the east, to Sølen and Rondane to the north, and to Lake Osensjøen to the west. Everyone who reaches the top can clip their "Peak Hike" booklet and receive a free diploma.

The Skihytta Restaurant marks the start and end points of the trail, and is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious lunch in the sun.

There are guided hikes to the top of Trysilfjellet Mountain during peak season. There is also a signposted trail to the top of the mountain from Trysil Høyfjellssenter on the north side. From here, the return trip to the top is 5.2 kilometres, with a total ascent of 302 metres.

Distance: 3.6 kilometres round trip.

Total ascent: 316 metres.

Degree of difficulty: Blue


Starting point: Skihytta Cabin.

Map: A free map with a description of the route is available from Trysil Tourist Office

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Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain The peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain, 1,132 metres above sea level, is a popular hiking destination for the...

Hiking to the peak of Trysilfjellet Mountain

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