A Snowy Paradise
Norway is well-known for offering some of the world’s best family skiing; visitors to Trysil will quickly notice the many accomplished families, including very small children, excelling on the slopes. However, it is also the sort of destination that allows an advanced skier or boarder to go off and fulfill their thrill-seeking needs on the six black runs and various blue and red slopes. The resort is well connected, which helps when meeting up with friends and family later in the town for lunch or après ski. It’s a good idea to find accommodation at the base of Trysilfjellet (Trysil Mountain), which is a beautiful, snowy paradise during the winter months. There are a lot of runs dotted below the tree line which means many hotels have ski in ski out. The Turistsenter at the mountain’s base, as the name implies, is home to everything you would need: a supermarket, multiple bars, clothes shops, and Trysil’s largest selection of restaurants. Access to the region’s non-skiing activities from Trysilfjellet is simple and straightforward.