The hotel is closed for the season. We open in December 2017 (We are open at Trysilrypa in September)
Snowy mountain slopes of Trysil

Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences, Trysil

Nearby Attractions


Enjoy alpine skiing and outdoor activities in Trysil, Norway

From the hotel’s stunning location in the heart of Trysil’s mountains, you can quickly reach snowy slopes and cross-country ski trails during winter. Be sure to make time for sightseeing excursions to the Country Museum, Norway’s oldest rural museum and to explore the center’s shops, cafes and dining options. During the summer, the highlight is Trysil Bike Arena, which offers kilometers of playful and fun bike trails with a lot of flow, impressive wooden bridges and custom-built bike elements. For a different kind of challenge, Trysilfjellet Golf Course is one of Norway’s most scenic courses. Its design, which incorporates mountain terrain, challenges even the best golfers. Other summer activities include horse riding and hiking or you can take to the rivers and lakes for fishing, canoeing, canyoning and rafting. No matter what activity you choose, you will look forward to unwinding in the hotel’s beautiful resort in the evenings. 
 

Trysil’s highlights

  • Trysil center - 10 km
  • Trysil Høyfjellssenter - 2.5 km. The main ski resort center with cafes, shops and restaurants.
  • Trysil Bike Arena – 10 km. The downhill biking arena offers hours of fun for all ages. Bike hire and lifts are available and if you want a more in-depth experience there are courses and guided trips available. 
  • Trysilfjellet Golf Course – 10 km. Looking for a golf course with a difference? Challenge yourself to mountainous and woodland terrain on the fairways of this 18-hole and 7-hole golf course or hone your skills at the driving range and practice bunkers. 
  • Støa Channel - 37 km. Learn about Norway’s important history in logging and see how timber was cleverly transported from the forests. 
  • Glomdal Museum, Elverum - 70 km. Take a day trip to one of Norway’s largest open-air folk museums, with over 90 buildings to view. Step back in time as you view over 4 hundred years of history.