Trysil ski resort is Norway’s best kept secret, and its largest ski resort. Just 2 hours north of Oslo, Trysil ski resort boasts incredible skiing with guaranteed snow from December until April.
Exceptional skiing in Norway
Trysil ski resorts spans the stunning Trysilfjell, offering the best variety of skiing in Norway; with exceptional beginner’s areas, beautiful blue and red runs and challenging black runs that cater for all abilities. The always welcoming resort of Trysil offers the quiet slopes and short lift queues that skiing in Norway is renowned for, all available alongside skiNorway’s expert services.
Trysil offers a great base for families or groups, with lots to do in resort and the surrounding area; from swimming and bowling to husky sledding and horse sleigh rides. The short transfer duration means that you can spend even more time on the snow, and makes it ideal for a week or short-break.
Skiing for beginners and experts alike
The quiet slopes of Trysil ski resort include 3 children’s areas which have ideal conditions to learn to ski. skiNorway can arrange your ski lessons with passionate instructors who love to teach and are fluent in English, so whether you’re just starting out, or looking to improve your technique, you’ll find your ski lessons fun and interesting. In Trysil you’ll also find 2 snow parks with graded jumps (up to XGames quality) and 100km of cross-country skiing tracks.
Your holiday in Trysil ski resort
The local accommodation is handpicked by our skiNorway experts and includes luxury catered chalets, family friendly hotel suites and modern self-catered apartments. For your convenience most of our accommodation in Trysil is ski-in/ski-out and we can offer a full range of catering services. Our experts know Trysil well, and we can make suggestion on where to stay based on your needs, just get in touch.
Complimentary childcare and our ski schools
Exclusive to Trysil
The right slopes for me?
Excellent: The fantastic thing about Trysil is the 28 green runs are spread across the mountain, meaning you have the opportunity to explore the whole area even if it’s your first week on the snow. The ski school provides instruction at an international standard and all instructors are English speaking.
Excellent: Intermediate skiers will find plenty to do across the 17 blue and 12 red runs offered in the resort. If you fancy a challenge, you can try your hand at the ski and boarder cross, speed tests, or slalom courses that are spread throughout the resort.
Good: There is lots on offer for the more advanced skier or snowboarder with a dedicated expert area and an advanced snowpark. Or sneak off piste with a guide through the tranquil tree lined powder.
Good: There is a comfortable 100km of well-maintained trails and tracks spread across and around the resort suitable for first timers and experience cross-country enthusiasts. The cross country school is headed by Anita Moen, retired Olympic cross country medallist.
Good: Trysil has a huge selection of jumps, boxes and rails from the smallest beginner humps and bumps to massive expert jumps spread across 2 parks. Boarders should be aware that drag lifts dominate the lift system.
Activities & Après
As well as the facilities in your unique accommodation there is a whole host of on and off slope activities to get involved in.
- Dog sledding
- Night skiing & snowboarding
- Time trials, slalom & boarder cross
- Mountain touring
- Fondue evenings
- Horse sleigh rides
- Star gazing
- Spa & Wellness centres
Exclusive dog sledding in Sälen. We work closely with local suppliers to secure you the best experiences during your skiing holiday. We’ve teamed up with a Swedish adventure company to offer you a chance to pop over the border during your holiday to Norway. The half day trip includes transport to and from Sälen, an hour and a half of dog sledding through the Swedish fells with a chance to warm yourself on hot chocolate and cinnamon buns half way around. Speak to us today for more information and to book your afternoon of adventure.
Apres ski & eating out
Hotel bars generally have a good atmosphere while the other resort bars tends to be more lively at the weekends and during Norwegian holidays. There are a good choice of restaurants spread across the resorts from a la carte dining to relaxed pizza cafes.