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Off season? Don't miss Trysil in winter!
Pedal. Turn. Coast.
Race down the mountainside, between the trees.
Trysil is located two and a half hours from Oslo, close to the Swedish border. It's one of Norway’s best and most family-friendly mountain biking destinations.
With loads of purpose built trails, a chairlift to the mountain top, and 100 kilometres of natural single tracks, Trysil Bike Arena is perfect for thrill-seekers of all ages.
From the playful trails in Gullia to the magic flow trails in the mountains – there are trails for every level of difficulty.
Even the youngest can find their flow in the pump track and the bike parks.
When it’s time to refuel, head to one of the many eateries in Trysil and indulge in everything from pizza and Asian bowls to local cuisine.
The region’s specialties range from moose burger and sour milk cheese to rakfisk, a dish made from fermented trout.
Many locals recommend Kveik, a restaurant and brewpub popular for its combination of Nordic fare and craft beer.
Action-packed days will make you long for a good night’s sleep, and in Trysil, your hotel is part of the experience.
Keep an eye on the tracks from Radisson Blu Resort Trysil, breathe in the mountain air at Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences, or get close to nature at the Dome Hotel or a cosy treetop cabin.
During your stay, sample locally made goat cheese at Bryn Farm and say hi to the goats – they will warm your heart with their cute charm.
Trysil has achieved the certification Sustainable Destination for its efforts to reduce the negative effects of tourism, while strengthening its positive ripple effect.
Ready for more action? Head down the rapids!
Choose between the child-friendly route or get wet in the more powerful rapids.
The Trysil river is also a top spot for fly fishing if you want to relax in peaceful nature while waiting for the fish to bite.
If you prefer to stay dry, test your balance at the climbing park Høyt og Lavt …
… or go on one of the many family-friendly hikes in Trysil.
The 8.4-kilometre-long round trip to Skagsvola is spectacular and a bit strenuous, but still suitable for children that are experienced hikers.
Another popular hiking destination is the Brannvakthytta cabin at the top of Trysilfjellet mountain.
Enjoy an evening bike ride in the mountains and take in the late evening sunset.
Discover Trysil in summer!
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