Trysil is a municipality and ski resort in Hedmark county, Norway.


Aurora Borealis (northern lights) above Trysil ski lodges
Trysil slopes around Trysil mountain

Trysil is Norway's largest and most popular ski resort. The ski resort offers 66 slopes in four areas, and is bound together by 31 lifts on three sides of the mountain.

De town has a lot of nature activities all year round. Alpine and cross country skiing, dog sledding, horse sledding, river rafting, canoeing, fishing, hiking and cycling. It's a popular destination for both outdoor sports fans and families.

Trysil offers a wide range of accommodation. From the best resort hotels with conference facilities up to 500 persons, to small and cosy hotels, cabins, caravan and camping.

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