Guests can enjoy winter sports and activities from November to April in the cool climate of Trysil. Ski and ride the best snow conditions, or take this opportunity to try one of our other fun winter pursuits.
Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding
With 67 slopes, this Trysil resort offers options for skiers of all levels. All slopes are easily accessible thanks to 31 ski lifts, and kids can learn to ski safely in the children’s area. For those who want to try something a little different, the resort also includes 100 kilometers of cross-country ski tracks and a snowboard park.
The most popular activities are Alpine skiing and snowboarding. The resort features green, blue, red and black slopes, making it ideal for beginners and intermediates alike. Advanced athletes can take advantage of arenas for ski cross, parallel slalom and speed test. Parks, forest runs and Snowman Valley for children ensure there are options for everyone. No wonder this resort was named Norway’s Leading Ski Resort in 2013. Our state-of-the-art ski school employs 120 experienced ski instructors who happily teach hundreds of new skiers how to master the slopes.
Cross Country Skiing & Anita Moen Ski School
Learn new techniques and better methods for achieving your skiing goals with Anita Moen, one of Norway's best female cross-country skiers. 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.
Trysil Mountain features more than 100 kilometers of cross-country trails designed for both classic and skating styles.
Horse Sleigh & Dog Sledge Trips
Settle into a cozy horse sleigh for a torch-lit journey through the snowy woods of Trysil, or steer your own husky-drawn sledge up scenic mountain trails. Afterwards, warm up with hot drinks and traditional stories around a crackling fire at the hotel’s lavvo tent.