Snowboarding and Alpine skiing
The beautiful ski resort town of Trysil is a popular retreat for adventurous sports fans, as well as those looking to relax in the Norwegian hills. Trysil was the site of one of the first-known ski races in 1862 and the powdery snow still attracts skiers and snowboarders from all over the world.
Guests at the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil can hit the slopes, stopping for a break in the town’s ski-in and ski-out facilities, or relax all day in cosy cafes, enjoying hot drinks by the fire. A wide range of indoor and outdoor activities in Trysil make it a relaxing retreat all year round.
Norway’s best ski resort
Recently voted ‘Norway’s Best Ski Hotel 2013’ in the World Ski Awards, the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil has a lot to offer guests looking for snowboarding and alpine skiing holidays. Visitors to the beautiful ski resort town of Trysil can enjoy ski routes for all abilities from November to mid-April.
One of the largest ski resorts in Norway, the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil is right on the slopes, in the perfect location for snowboarders and alpine skiers. Trysil boasts some of the most advanced snow-production equipment in Norway, as well as flood-lit slopes, so visitors can get the most of more than 150 days skiing a year.
For those wanting a break from snowboarding and alpine skiing or visiting during the summer, there are plenty of activities off the slopes that can entertain. Trysil offers white-water rafting, mountain-biking and hiking for the adventurous and the 18-hole golf course is open during the warmer months.
Visitors looking for a snowboarding and alpine skiing holiday, outdoor sports in summer, or just wanting to relax in cafes and restaurants will find the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil is ideally located for a refreshing break in the Norwegian mountains.