|height at summit:||1132m|
With 31 lifts, over 100kms of marked piste and a vertical drop of almost 3000 feet Trysil is a match for most Alpine resorts.
Trysil opens at the end of October and closes at the beginning of May which is one of the longest ski seasons of any resort in Europe.
Trysil is located close to the Swedish border around 2.5 hours north east from the main Oslo Airport – Gardemoen. The actual resort is two villages; Trysil Centre is the main village – there is a large(ish) shopping mall at one end of the ‘high street’ while a number of bars and restaurants are dotted along the main street. Trysil Tourist Centre is on the mountain – there are a few bars, restaurants, the information centre, sports shops, a large super market and for the Children a Lego shop.
Trysil boasts one of Norway's largest ski areas, set within the heart of Scandinavia.
The imposing Trysil Mountain offers 66 runs in total with slope types to suit every standard and discipline. Trysil's northerly location and 1132m altitude creates a snow sure ski destination. Trysil is exclusively for everyone who enjoys the mountain atmosphere and fantastic skiing.
Families are well catered for with three children's areas and an abundance of activities. Beautiful natural surroundings, excellent skiing and great activities combine to create a lasting impression of this fantastic resort.
Winter activities include:
|Eating out:||A few bars and restaurants|
|Apres ski:||Lively at weekends|