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A person cycling on an obstacle in Trysil bike arena in Eastern Norway
Mountain biking in Trysil.
Photo: Hans Martin Nysæter / Trysil
A family of three is skiing in the slopes of Trysilfjellet mountain in Trysil, Eastern Norway.
Alpine skiing in Trysil.
Photo: Ola Matsson
A girl placing candles in an snow cave in Trysil, Eastern Norway
Winter in Trysil.
Photo: CH / Visitnorway.com

Trysil is Norway’s largest ski destination in winter and an eldorado for cycling in summer. Surrounded by unspoilt nature, Trysil was one of the first holiday spots in Europe to achieve the prestigious Sustainable Tourism certification.

Family-friendly Trysil is situated close to the Swedish border, about two and a half hours from Oslo. Here, you’ll find Norway’s biggest ski resort, which offers a varied set of challenges, regardless of whether you’re looking for wide slopes, terrain parks, or off-piste.

There are also a number of activities to choose from outside of the ski slopes, such as dog sledding, sleigh rides, and ice fishing. If you want to go cross-country skiing, you can enjoy no less than 100 kilometres of groomed cross-country tracks around the mountain.

With its deep forest, wild river, and inviting mountains, Trysil is also an ideal base for summer activities such as whitewater rafting, hiking, and fishing.

For fun on two wheels, Trysil bike arena offers over 50 kilometres of purpose built trails, 17,5 km flow trails adjacent to the lift, 2 paved pump tracks, 4 bike parks and 100 km of singletrack trails for mountain bikers.

Increasingly many restaurants in Trysil take pride in fresh, local food. The ski resort itself has more than 30 eateries and restaurants.

Trysil has achieved the certification Sustainable Destination. Although this does not mean that the destination is sustainable, it does mean that it has made a commitment to work systematically to reduce the negative effects of tourism, while strengthening its positive ripple effects.

Trysil is always in motion. Get in-depth travel information​ on Trysil’s official website.

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    • Trysil train

      By train

      The nearest train station is Elverum, located approximately 70 kilometres from Trysil. From there, you can take a corresponding bus to Trysil.

      The train journey to Elverum takes around 2 hours from Oslo, or 5–6 hours from Trondheim.

    • Trysil road

      By road

      Trysil is easily accessible by road, both by bus and by car.

      If you drive from Oslo, travel time is approximately 2.5 hours. Follow the road E6 to Rv3 and Rv25 towards Trysil.

      There are several daily departures by express bus between Trysil and Oslo. Advance booking is advised in the winter when buses will often be fully booked before departure.

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    • Trysil plane

      By plane

      The nearest airport is Scandinavian Mountains Airport, which opened in December 2019. It is located across the border in Sweden, just 45 minutes by bus or car from Trysil, with direct connections to Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the UK.

      Oslo Airport is situated 2 hours by road from Trysil. From here, you can continue your journey with an express bus.

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    Towards sustainability

    The certification Sustainable Destination is a label given to destinations that work systematically to reduce the negative impacts of tourism. In addition to providing visitors with enjoyable experiences, the destination must strive to minimise its impact on local nature, culture and the environment, and support the local community and economy. The municipality and the travel industry shall cooperate closely to assure that the destination is a great place in which to live as well as visit. 

    Learn more about the Sustainable Destination label

    Sustainable destination

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