Hiking in Trysil
Trysil has many stunning walkways and trails for enthusiastic hikers to explore and enjoy. It is easy to see why so many people visit the region with its lush green forests and stunning wildlife like elk and roe deer wandering openly.
Guests, who are new to hiking, can enjoy the Top 10 Trysil hiking challenge. Visitors can climb to the top of the 10 chosen peaks to collect their hike card at the top. On completion guests will receive a Tryist Tourist Office diploma to congratulate them.
Visitors to Trysil can stay at the conveniently located Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil which has several facilities to revive weary legs after a day of climbing.
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Hike through Trysil's unique mountain range
Trysil itself is a municipality which is part of the traditional Osterdalen. Popular among skiers, the region was host to one of first known ski races in 1862 and still has one of the best loved ski arenas in the world.
Trysilfjellet Mountain is 1,132 metres above sea level and is a popular hiking destination for the entire family. Guests can climb up the south side with relative ease, all the way to Skihytta Cabin, from here there is a clearly signposted path across the mountain side.
Upon reaching the top, climbers can enjoy views across Trysil and over neighbouring Sweden, into parts of Rondane in the North.
Booking a hotel near the Trysilfjellet Mountain
The Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil is easily accessible on foot from the bottom of the Trysilfjellet Mountain, making it easy for climbers to explore their new surroundings during the day, whilst enjoying the comfort of its indulgence facilities at night.
Book a room at the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil