The hotel is closed from April 26th at 15:00 to April 28th at 12:00 due to a private event. The hotel is closed from April 28th at 15:00 to May 24th at 12:00 due to renovation.

Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil


Trysil is best known for being Norway's largest ski destination, with everything from large children's areas to varied skiing on long, wide slopes. Trysil comprises four interconnected ski areas, all with their own unique characteristics. From the black slopes in Høgegga to the red, blue and green slopes at Skihytta, Trysil Turistsenter and Trysil Høyfjellssenter. Large children's areas on both sides of the mountain. With 30 lifts and 68 slopes there are alternatives for everone from the novise to the expert skier.

The Trysil Knut Ski Arena is home to a large network of training facilities designed for cross country and biathlon skiers. The arena has Norway’s biggest snow production system and a new roller ski course, making the conditions perfect for training all year round. You will also find changing facilities and toilets, making the logistics around your training easy.

Perfect training facilities

The roller ski course is 2.7 kilometers long, 6 meters wide and has 3 meters of asphalt. The asphalted part of the course, down towards the main road, makes a perfect place for your uphill training. Biathlon practitioners can also benefit from the shooting range offering 26 targets and 2 penalty lap facilities, one of which is 75 meters and the other 150 meters long. 

Cross country trails

The Trysil Knut Arena is linked together with the rest of the trail network at Trysilfjellet, consisting of 100 kilometers of quality trails, well suited for both classical and free style cross country skiing. The woodland surroundings offer a beautiful backdrop for activities and training.
Stay at the Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil and take advantage of the convenient location in the heart of cross country trails, ski lifts and a range of slopes.