Snowboarding and Alpine skiing
This beautiful ski resort town is a popular retreat for adventurous sports fans, as well as those looking to relax in the Norwegian mountains. Trysil was the site of one of the first-known ski races in the world, in 1862 and the powdery snow still attracts skiers and snowboarders from all over the globe.
Pick and choose from a range of lifts and trailsIf you love an active holiday, this is definitely the place for you. With 31 lifts and 66 slopes which includes trails for beginners, easy trails, challenging and expert trails and two terrain park, this is Norway’s largest ski resort, perfect for snowboarders and alpine skiers alike. The highest top rises 1100 meters above sea level, the longest trail is 4 kilometers and the biggest vertical drop is 685 meters long, so there is no doubt you will find exactly what you are looking for and more. Trysil boasts some of the most advanced snow-production equipment in Norway, as well as flood-lit slopes, so you can get the most of more than 150 days of skiing a year, from November to mid-April.
Norway’s best ski resortFor those wanting a break from snowboarding and alpine skiing or visiting during the summer, there are plenty of activities off the slopes that will entertain you. Trysil offers white-water rafting, mountain-biking and hiking for the adventurous and the 18-hole golf course is open during the warmer months.
Whatever way you feel like spending your time in this evocative town, you are in the heart of the activities and happenings when staying at the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil. Enjoy the ski-in, ski-out facilities or relax all day in cozy cafes, enjoying hot drinks by the fire. The hotel was voted ‘Norway’s best ski resort’ in the World Ski Awards 2013, and is conveniently located right on the slopes, making it the perfect accommodation for a refreshing break in the Norwegian mountains.