Reviews about Trysil

Ski resorts in Norway
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Fredrik Pettersson
Fredrik Pettersson (Guest)
16/03/2018
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Excellent ski resort for those who want to go easily accessible offpiste with the family near Stockholm. Both by lift and by walking. Snow proof and varying slope and difficulty. A bit expensive with food and beer but it is compensated by the overall impression of the area.

Marina Aldener
Marina Aldener (Guest)
27/02/2018
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We went 14 persons (three families) and rented a large cabin in Fageråsen. Very good skiing for everyone in the company. And this year absolutely wonderful snow! The cottage was big but not very well designed with very small bedrooms, little hallway and no wardrobes, cabinets or bureaus to dodge slippers. Sauna in the same size as the bedrooms, pit. On the other hand, the rest of the house was totally built in the furupanel so it was a bit like living in a sauna. Small fridge / freezer, so if you bring a lot of food from Sweden, you can rationalize what's going to be there and what's outside. Absolutely no distance to the nearest lift.


Lena E
Lena E (Guest)
16/02/2018
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Backs for all abilities. Due to the fact that the plant is swept around the mountain, it is close between the various parts of the ski resort. The top makes everyone from beginners to professionals.

jpu
14/02/2018
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Easily the best ski destination south of Åre. Large variety of slopes and thorough concepts.
Favorites for the children are varied rides on and off piste in Knettsetra and Högegga. To then take the chairlift to the top with windscreen and heated seats allows the whole family to relax and be loaded for long periods of time. Do not think prices are so bloody anymore either in the fall of the Norwegian krona. But avoid locally brewed beer at the restaurants - costs from 150 kr and up ...
 
Picture from Timbuktu's concert in Knettsetra in March 2017


JorgenReppling
14/02/2018
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Trysil is a really good ski resort for the family. The complexity of the backers complexity, and their proximity, make it perfect for skiing where skiers have mixed knowledge. The ski school is good and the ski instructors are really competent. Trysil, however, is a bit expensive for us Swedes but still cheaper than going down to the Alps.


JesperArnwald
16/01/2018
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Hi all happy skiers!
Have been to Trysil during the New Year's Week and thought to write a little review.
The village
Trysil village is wonderfully cozy and perfect for families with children. We lived in "Trysil high mountain center" but unfortunately never was down in the center. One friend was down there one evening and went to a club and he said it was like that. If you are looking for wild aprons and festivals, Trysil may not be the best place to turn around. A glass of fat salad cost 110 SEK.
skiing
I had a lucky trip with the weather and almost got snowfall every night. This made me barely go for a single pist but the slopes I went were barely pissed. Even though we went during New Year's week there were hardly any lift queues except during New Year. Something that was a big minus was the non-functioning lift system in High Eggs. There was power failure at 13:00 and we were stuck there until five o'clock when we took replacement buses home. This meant we missed a half day of psyche skiing which is never fun. Fortunately, we did the best of the situation and built a jump next to the piste.
Always find untouched offpiste scratches and a lot of woodland skiing which is appreciated.
If it were not for the power outage and the badly pissed pistes, I was generally happy about the trip but would not get up there if there was no incoming snow weather.


Sara Öberg
Sara Öberg (Guest)
30/12/2017
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Trysil, a ski resort that provides incredibly good skiing at a reasonable distance from the slightly less snowy Uddevalla. Goa slopes, friendly staff and the right attitude at the ski instructors.
Suits the whole family from small children to older children in the 70+ age.
Highly recommended.

Lundmark78
20/12/2017
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Superb family destination!
Wide range of slopes, regardless of size of children, you will find challenges at arm's length. Efficient lifting system makes the journey up to the back smooth and fast also.
Should I remark it is the supply in and around the slopes, there is nothing! On the other hand, we lived near the hill. Would like to go back!


Johan-L
15/12/2017
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After opening the new Skihytta Express and Toppekpressen lifts, the Akilles Shelter in Trysil has been removed, which previously had long transport times between the two centers. Still quite expensive, but the Norwegian crown is a bit more human than a few years ago.

Isak
Isak (Guest)
16/11/2017
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A nice ski resort only 5-6 hours from Stockholm. The best mountain values ​​can offer me because it has fall heights almost in class with Åre, but with the absence of the sick bottlenecks and the tight transport distances. Something that also gives Trysil a plus at the edge is that you can travel more than 1, which is quite unusual in the airborne mountain range, which also gives the ride more variety, the area becomes less weather-sensitive. The biggest minus is the prices, but it is Norway, so you can expect it.

+ Fall height
+ Proximity to Stockholm
+ Norwegian is sexy!
+ Slightly slope around Högegga
+ With Nordic dimensions, good and easily accessible offpiste

- A little too flat in addition to Högegga
- Expensive but that's Norway