Trysil

Ski resorts in Norway
With 31 lifts and 67 slopes, Trysil is the largest ski resort in Norway. A big children's area and many activites make Trysil a great location for kids. You will find slopes in three different directions and they are all wide and very forgiving.

Trysil is located close to the Swedish border and is run by the Skistar company, which is also the owner of Åre, Hemsedal and a few other resorts in Sälen. From the top you can see all the way to Branäs and Idre.

The wet climate results in a lot of rain, but also makes this area very cold. The highest point is 3700 feet above sea level and the fall height is at an impressive 2400 feet.

The 67 slopes consist of everything from black to red, blue and green, with the longest slope measuring 3.3 miles.

This ski resort is located approximately 2.5 hours from Oslo and was certified as a sustainable tourist destination in 2013 - a quality stamp given to destinations that work systematically to reduce environmental impact from tourism, as well as preserve the town's history, character and nature.

The resort also offers activities in the summer, such as cycling, in which it has invested heavily.

Trysil Snow forecast

  • Friday
    0.23 in rain
    Cloudy
    39°F
    21 mph
  • Saturday
    0 ft
    Fair
    42°F
    19 mph
  • Sunday
    0 ft
    Cloudy
    46°F
    5 mph

Facts about Trysil

Number of slopes:69
Very easy Green slopes:21
Easy Blue slopes:17
Moderately difficult Red slopes:17
Difficult Black slopes:11
Evening skiing:9 number of slopes
Longest slope:17717 ft
Total length of pistes:46.6 miles

Lifts (Total: 32)
Lift capacity:  35200 persons/hour

Vertical drop
Trysil Vertical drop
Highest Point: 3560 ft
Vertical drop: 2247 ft
Base Point: 1312 ft

Cross country skiing
Tracks:310.7 miles
Lit tracks:1.9 miles
Artificial snow:0 miles

Areas
Snowparks:4
Childrens area:3
Country: Norway
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Reviews for Trysil

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Snipp
06/05/2019
I`m from Oslo. Moved to Trysil in 2015. Partly because of the ski resort. Bought a season pass for 2015/16, 16/17 and 17/18. In 18/19 i didn`t visit t... Read more (198 words)
DarekP
DarekP (Guest)
05/01/2022
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After 35 years on different slopes at different destinations, we LOVE Trysil !!! Variations in slopes, the amount and length of slopes, here you spend... Read more (88 words)
frosthelena
10/11/2021
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Always super cold, windy and genuine. Love it. Have mostly been there and cycled but will definitely spend a few weekends there this winter when the ... Read more (82 words)
Arne Lennart
22/10/2021
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Best in the north!

Sebastian Kylin
Sebastian Kylin (Guest)
16/02/2021
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+ Excellent slopes + State-of-the-art & fast lifts + Good drop height + Many slopes - Expensive - Popular / a lot of people If you can stand... Read more (48 words)
Marty McSki
29/01/2021
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Trysil is an excellent ski resort! Trysil offers riding for everyone, beginners, experienced, families, park skiers. There are plenty of slopes in all... Read more (478 words)
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Trysil (Guest)
02/03/2020
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Very good!! There are many slopes for both experienced and non-experienced. Best ski resort I've ever been to. The slopes are usually fine and if the ... Read more (48 words)
EricNordenrud
29/01/2020
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Best in the Nordic countries if you are going with family and everyone should be happy

Jennie Skjöldebrand
Jennie Skjöldebrand (Guest)
21/01/2020
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Have everything a family of children can wish for! Looking forward to nice days in March!

Seppuccu
29/11/2019
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Yes you, what should you really say about Trysil? There are both very positive and very negative: + Large (to be Scandinavia) + Family friendly +... Read more (134 words)
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Most popular photo

Rider: Max Ahlberg Photo: Ola Mattson

Trail map

Trail map Trysil

Lift ticket prices

1 day:67 $ (571 NOK)
6 days:326 $ (2790 NOK)
Season pass:-
Lift Tickets Trysil

Nearby ski resorts

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Näsfjället23.6 miles
Tandådalen/Hundfjället26.7 miles
Rena Alpin og Skisenter32.9 miles
Lindvallen/Högfjället33.6 miles
Långberget39.8 miles
Budor40.4 miles

Airports near Trysil

Scandinavian Mountains Airport
Driving time: 54 minutes (36 miles)
Distance: 22 miles
Oslo Airport
Driving time: 2 hours, 5 minutes (107 miles)
Distance: 86 miles
Mora-Siljan Airport
Driving time: 2 hours, 30 minutes (104 miles)
Distance: 79 miles