Hotels in Trysil


Soaring mountains grace the beautiful resort of Trysil, one of the most popular ski destinations in Norway. The only hotel to offer ski in/ski out facilities, the Radisson Blu Resort enjoys a prime position in the heart of Trysil’s ski resort and boasts sublime spa facilities for serious pampering after a day in the great outdoors. What’s more, biking trails, rafting, and an 18-hole golf course are all within easy reach of the hotel!

Trysil is a municipality in Østerdalen in Hedmark and has fewer than 7,000 inhabitants. The municipality is divided into two towns - Innbygda in the north and Nybergsund further south, both located by the Trysil river. Innbygda has a town hall, culture house, primary and secondary school. Trysil is Norway's biggest moose municipality, which means moose safaris are a popular activity here.

Winter tourism is a growth business in the municipality and on Trysil Mountain is Norway's biggest ski resort. There are 31 ski lifts, including six child lifts, which extend around 1100 metres above sea level. The largest cabin villages are Håvi and Trysilfjell south of the mountain, and Fageråsen north of Trysil Mountain. Trysil is known for its authors Einar Skjæraasen and Haldis Moren Vesaas and skiers such as Trysil-Knut and Hallgeir Brenden. Ola Lunde, known for being a biathlon expert in NRK and former biathlon coach for the national team, is also from Trysil. Trysilgutten is the world's oldest ski club and was built in 1861, six years after the world's first official public ski run was organised in Trysil in 1855. The municipality's motto is appropriately "Stavtaket foran" ("ski poles to the fore").

Trysil has been inhabited for thousands of years. The first inhabitants lived on hunting and fishing and eventually farming. The natural surroundings were challenging and the heavy winters with masses of snow and long distances meant skiing became an important mode of transport.

Trysil's warm hospitality is felt all over. Why are the Tryslingene so hospitable? Perhaps because of the vast distances and isolation. Every visit was appreciated, and still is today.

Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil lies at the heart of the Norwegian ski landscape. It's the perfect base for all the activities Trysil has to offer - both winter and summer. There are plenty of opportunities for hiking, riding, rafting and cycling in the summer, while in winter cross-country and downhill skiing take priority. Trysil also has other winter activities to offer, such as sleigh rides and dog sledding for a truly active holiday.

Hotels in Trysil

  • Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil
    Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil


    This ski-in, ski-out resort combines easy access to the slopes with spacious rooms, creative on-site dining options and exciting recreational facilities. Choose from an array of rooms, apartments and suites, all with cozy furnishings, heated closets and coffee and tea provisions. Sample diverse international cuisine, or curl up by the fireplace with a cup of hot chocolate. With 4 pools, a spa, a rock-climbing wall and a bowling alley, the hotel’s indoor activities can be as exciting as those found outside. Host a memorable conference in the spacious meeting facilities and encourage team building with a group outing in the stunning mountains of Norway.

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