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Hotels in Trysil

APLINE DELIGHTS ALL YEAR ROUND 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.

Trysil is a typical sports destination, which is also reflected in the shopping available. There is a wealth of sports stores to choose from. If you need new skis, don't buy them at home. Travel light to Trysil and take your new skis home with you. Here they have all the knowledge and selection you need to get the right gear at the right price. The Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil has its own sports shop, the Sport Lodge’n, offering an exciting selection of goods so you don't have to travel far to shop while you stay here.

In Trysil you can also explore the small cosy shops, or visit a shopping mall. Trysil has a calm pace of life, friendly staff and excellent service. Trysil-senteret has numerous excellent shops on two levels and you can end your shopping in the cosy café on the ground floor. The café serves everything from café lattes to complete meals.

Din Lykke is a gorgeous and trendy lifestyle shop in the heart of Trysil town centre. It has a great selection of clothing, gifts and interior decorations and if shopping gets too tiring just sink into the sofa and enjoy a free coffee and something to go with it.

Mye Attåt is another lovely interiors shop in Trysil-senteret, in the heart of Trysil town centre. Whether you're looking for something new for your home or cabin, or for a gift you will probably find it here. The product range is constantly updated so there is always something worth popping in for. The shop owners visit trade fairs all over Europe. That's why Mye Attåt has items you might not find elsewhere, such as products from Lexington, Herregård and Bastion.

Hørdags & Hælj is a shop mainly for men. It sells all types of men's clothing from Gant, Diesel, Scotch & Soda, Hansen & Jacob, Pajar to Samsøe Ø Samsøe, Sweet, Dahlin, Dovre and G-star. However ladies are not forgotten and the shop also stocks items from Diesel, St.Tropez, Maison & Scotch, Sweet and Tamaris. It's a great place for a cosy shopping experience.

Trysil can in many ways be described as "nature's theme park". It has a wealth of things to do all year round.

In summer Trysil Mountain is the perfect destination for hikers and cyclists thanks to its extensive range of hiking and cycle paths. You can hire bikes from Radisson Blu if you want to explore Trysil. The area has a myriad of woodland roads and paths, so it's a paradise for those wanting to explore nature by bike. There are runs for all levels of experience and preference; asphalt roads, woodland paths, mountain paths or a combination of uneven terrain and hills. The famous "Fjellrunden" takes you round the mountain on a planned route suitable for all the family. The lift also operates in summer, making the mountain easily accessible from Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil. The hotel has a Cycle Park close by, where guests can learn to master the art of mountain biking. Summer is also the perfect time to learn mountain climbing. Here the whole family can learn to climb like mountain goats. You will learn about climbing equipment, safety and climbing techniques. When your muscles start to ache, light a fire and barbecue some sausages before heading home.

But it's winter when Trysil really comes alive. This is home to Norway's biggest ski resort, and from the 65 downhill slopes and 100 kilometres of cross-country runs, you can really challenge yourself, your family members or friends. The whole family can enjoy an amazing snow-filled holiday here, and all that this brings. The slopes are suitable for all skiers - from beginners to professionals. The 30+ ski lifts bring you safely up the mountain, where you can choose whether to cross the plains or ski fast down the slope before the lift takes you back up again. If you prefer life off skis, why not explore the peace and calm of the surrounding nature in Trysil's magical forests on horseback or sleigh. Many of the trips end up at a lavvu in the woods, where you will be served a hot drink and plenty of fun stories around a crackling fire. You can also visit Trysil Ski museum to learn about the history behind Norway's biggest winter resort and meet the ski heroes that have shaped Norwegian history.

Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil also lets you relax. The hotel has a Spa, and the idyllic location makes it easy to relax and enjoy the wonderful treatments that keep your body in balance. Here you can enjoy a truly peaceful spa experience, without even leaving the hotel. The well-being area has a Jacuzzi, a Finnish sauna, a Turkish steam bath and an aromatic laconium. Why not take a relaxing Turkish steam bath before letting our talented beauty therapists go to work on your body and make you feel good as new again?

If you stay at the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil you really won't need to go anywhere else. The hotel has eight different restaurants. You can enjoy a real Italian espresso and thin-based pizza, tasty American hamburger and traditional Scandinavian, North American and English breakfasts.

Hill Restaurant is a stylish yet informal restaurant - a favourite haunt for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's a great place to meet family and friends and start the day with a Radisson Blu Super Breakfast Buffet. You can choose from a traditional English breakfast and Scandinavian and North American breakfast dishes. The restaurant offers guests both buffet and à la carte menus. Pick your international favourites from the buffet or choose from local specialities and international alternatives from the à la carte menu. The friendly service and impressive wine list ensure you an unforgettable dinner at this restaurant.

La Piazza Bar & Restaurant is situated in the hotel's light atrium. This Italian diner serves tempting genuine thin-crust pizzas. After a long day on the slopes, it's great to find a place to sit by the fire and sip a coffee or a cup of steaming hot chocolate. The ice cream bar is a sure winner with kids and adults alike and the bartender will mix the perfect cocktail for you to top it off.

Sagbruket Sportsbar is inspired by the local sawmill and the décor reflects this with its rustic roof beams and warm-coloured soft furnishings that create a welcoming atmosphere. The restaurant is located by the ski slopes, making it the perfect place for a pit stop between trips. The bar stays open into the night, serving guests and visitors hot drinks and cocktails. Turn the clock, menu and music back to the 1960s at Chill Bowl & Dine. Here you can eat sumptuous salads and tasty hamburgers in classic American diner style. After dinner, why not try your hand on one of the eight ten-pin bowling lanes or perhaps a game of pool?

The stunning view of the sweeping mountain is the perfect backdrop to this modern, stylish bar. I:B Blu is located on the hotel's roof and serves excellent champagne and perfectly mixed cocktails. Relax and unwind while you watch the wondrous change of light as the sun sets behind the mountains around you.

Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil has so many restaurants and bars that you may not even go outside until the car journey home. Just sit back and enjoy.