With skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiles, the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil offers an abundance of exciting winter activities. Spend the day on the slopes, try out cross-country skiing or gather around the fire after a ride in a horse-drawn sleigh.
Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding
At Norway's largest ski resort, the most popular activities are Alpine skiing and snowboarding. With its green, blue, red and black slopes, wide range of Alpine skiing activities like various arenas, parks, and children areas, this resort is ideal for beginners and intermediates alike.
Featuring arenas for ski cross, parallel slalom and speed test, parks for the playful and forest runs, it is no wonder this resort was named Norway’s Leading Ski Resort in 2013. Guests can participate in weekly activities like evening and early skiing, and children can enjoy activities with the snowman Valle at several occasions during their stay.
Trysil also boasts 120 experienced ski instructors who are more than happy to accommodate guests in their state of the art ski school. Visitors can easily reach this mountain resort in Trysil after a day of skiing with ski-in and ski-out to the slopes.
Cross Country Skiing & Anita Moen Ski School
Trysil Mountain features more than 100 kilometers of cross-country trails designed for both classic and skating styles. For those who are new at cross country or would like to learn new techniques and better methods for achieving skiing goals, we have Anita Moen Ski School, named after one of Norway's best female cross-country skiers.
Enjoy an early start to the season at Trysil Knut Arena and Fageråsen, thanks to Trysil's highly effective snow production system. Moen and her team of experienced instructors provide excellent training all year round with the assistance of a new roller ski track and state-of-the-art snow production equipment.