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, off-piste, or some other form of fun in the snow.
Trysil ski area
Trysil consists of one large ski area – the mountain’s three faces are linked by lifts and slopes. The highest point is 1,132 metres above sea level, and from the top you can see many kilometres in each direction.
Turistsenter is located on the south side and has long, wide ski slopes of all difficulty levels. Here you'll also find the children area Valle's Ski Area and several Snow Parks.
Høyfjellssenter is located on the north side of the mountain. Here you'll find many green ski slopes, a number of red ski slopes and a large children's area, Valle's Ski Area.
Høgegga is the steepest area in Trysil and offers challenging black ski slopes. It's also a favourite area for many alpine ski stars.
Skihytta is located on the south side of the mountain and offers long sunny days. Here you'll find express lifts, a children's area and restaurants along with blue and red ski slopes.
Trysil ski resort boasts incredible skiing with guaranteed snow from December until April.
Trysil Snow Parks
Trysil Turistsenter has several parks. Snow Park Red & Black has many jumps, rails and boxes and Trysil's biggest jump Night'n. Snow Park Blue is Trysil's most popular park. Here you'll find easier jumps, rail and boxes. Snow Park Green is in the children's area Eventyr and has easy jumps and boxes. At Trysil Høyfjellssenter you'll find a Fun Ride with jumps, bumps and velodromes. The Fun Ride is fun and challenging for everyone, from small children to experienced skiers. Blue Park is located right next door. In the ski area you'll also find a ski cross track and a parallel slalom course.
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