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Mountain biking in Trysil

Family-friendly Trysil is home to Norway's largest mountain biking resort and is a hot spot for summer cycling holidays. Trysil Bike Arena boasts more than 50 kilometres of purpose-built single track trails, and about 100 kilometres of natural single tracks.

Many people think of trail riding as a niche activity for cycling fanatics. In Trysil, one of Norway’s largest mountain biking destinations, nothing could be further from the truth. Whether you’re a total novice or an experienced thrill seeker, you’ll find plenty of challenges to fit your level of expertise at Trysil Bike Arena.

Discover amazing bike parks

Check out GT Bike Park, Radisson Blu Bike Park, and Fageråsen Bike Park for amazing pump tracks, jump lines, dual slalom trails, and more. Perfect both for trying out your bike for the first time, and if you want to brush up a rusty technique. At GT Pro Park, you can try Norway’s longest pump track, jump lines, and drop, not to mention Twin Peaks — a parallel slalom course where two cyclists can ride the same trail at the same time.

Maximise your fun at Gullia

Gullia offers biking experiences you won’t find anywhere else in Scandinavia. The 35-kilometre-long trail network includes everything from easy greens to advanced blacks. There is something for everyone here, even for children who have just taken off their training wheels.

Cool trails with fun challenges and impressive wooden bridges let you enjoy the scenery while you test your skills, whether you want to keep your wheels on the ground or go for the jumps.

Hot tip: Practice on the easiest trails before hitting the more advanced trails at Gullia and other parks.

Lift-based biking

Take the Fjellekspressen chairlift to the top of Trysilfjellet mountain, where seven fun and challenging flow trails totalling 16.3 km await. You can also enjoy a ride around the mountain on the 13-km Fjellrunden trail.

Experience an extensive network of natural trails and fly down one of the longest flow trails in Europe with Fjellekspressen!

Feel the flow on the Magic Moose

This 7.5-kilometre-long flow trail features smooth berms, easy whoops, and wooden bridges that will give even the most ambitious mountain biker a solid adrenaline rush. Everyone who can master the blue level can enjoy this trail.


This is a 3.7-km-long flow trail from the top of Fjellekspressen down to the Turistsenteret. The trail is graded red, with an unbeatable combination of action and a lot of flow. Along the way, there are several Trail Hubs where you can take a break. You can also select the blue trail from here if you feel that the red one has become a little too tough. Twister begins with a high-speed section before continuing on to amazing super elevations, jumps, and fast bends. This trail is guaranteed to thrill!


On this 5.1-km-long blue trail, you can enjoy a wide and super smooth ride with plenty of banked turns, jumps, and bridges. You can take it easy or go flat out! The trail runs from the top of the Fjellekspressen lift and is suitable for everyone who has mastered blue level. On the way down, there are several spots, known as Trail Hubs, where you can take a break. If the blue trail is too easy, you can switch to the red trail at the hubs. 

There are even more lift-assisted trails to try out including Jack Hammer (jump lines), Goldrush (blue), Starline (blue), Timbertown (red), and Downtown (red).

Ride in the mountains with the kids

Fjellrunden is a 13-kilometre family-friendly cross-country trail around Trysilfjellet mountain. This route is also perfect for an easy e-bike trip, and some parts are wheelchair-friendly.

Another tip is to check out Fjellflyten – a fun high mountain flow trail that takes you down to Trysil Høyfjellssenter.

Find the perfect single track

In the mountain, you’ll also find lots of natural single tracks. Some red and black trails are demanding and require advanced skills. If you want even more challenges away from other people, you can explore the 100 kilometres of bike trails in the surrounding nature.

Everything in one place

Trysilguidene is a local operator that can give you an introduction to mountain biking, help you develop your skills, and take you on guided adventures. You can rent all the equipment you need to ride right off the trail, and there are plenty of restaurants and accommodation options nearby.

Other outdoor adventures in Trysil include high rope courses, rafting, hiking, and fishing. You can also go golfing and horseback riding.

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