Visit the largest ski destination in the country
Although Trysil well-known and widely popular as a prime ski resort, there are several other winter activities thriving here as well, such as dog sledding and romantic sleigh rides. This premier mountain location offers recreation for warmer months as well. You can hike, bike or take a horseback ride up to scenic elevations. The area also supports whitewater rafting and a safari where you can see moose and beavers in their natural habitat. Additionally, the hotel offers proximity to museums, where you can explore interesting local history and culture.
- Ski lift – 0 km. This is a ski-in, ski-out hotel, meaning you are practically on the slopes already when walking out the door, with the ski lift right in front of you.
- Cross country slopes – 0,5 km. Trysil boasts over 60 groomed cross country slopes, and you can easily keep track on the weather and snow conditions in the area, in addition to open slopes and ski lifts.
- Ski Museum – 2 km. Did you know Trysil is considered the birthplace of skiing? Visit the museum and get to know this interesting story as well as others about skiing legends and great winter Olympians.
- Country Museum – 2 km. The Country Museum, also known as Trysil Engerdal Museum, is a cultural history museum with buildings all over Trysil and Engerdal municipalities, including an open air museum with a collection of 17th, 18th and 19th century buildings from the area.
- Støa Canal – 15 km. Visit this timber flooding plant that was built to make it easier to transport timber from the area to Sweden during the 1800’s.
- Sälen’s Elk Park – 50 km. Take a 45-minute drive over to Sweden and visit Sälen’s Elk Park. Take a guided tour and you are guaranteed to see an elk in its natural habitat.