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Winter in Trysil

Trysil is the largest ski resort in Norway; it is an ideal winter destination for everyone: families of all ages (young and old), winter sports lovers, there are even a variety of activities for non-skiers. Trysil is a dream for skiers of all ages and abilities. Trysil’s long, wide and freshly prepared slopes are the main ingredients for a memorable vacation. There are also specific children areas as well as a park with jumps and rails and pleasant places to eat and rest on the mountain.
Established in 1965, the Norwegian Trysil ski resort is located 800 meters above sea level and has got a great view towards Trysilfjellet. It lies at the heart of Scandinavia and is northeast of the capital Oslo towards the border of Sweden. From Oslo, it takes only 2.5 hours to drive to Trysil. The closest airport is at Oslo and the nearest train station to Trysil is at Elverum.
The highest ski altitude in Trysil is 1.132m; from the top, you can see for miles and miles in all directions. The longest run is about 5.400m and the vertical drop is 685m. The imposing Trysil Mountain offers a range of 66 slopes in total with slope types to suit every standard and activities for all levels of skiing ability. There are 86 kilometers (54 miles) of cross country ski trails at Trysil. 32 ski lifts connect three sides of the mountain. Blue and black pistes line the mountain side by side, so that both young and old can get to know and enjoy the skiing conditions and slopes on all sides of the mountain.
For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and 2 half pipes.

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Children can enjoy winter in Tresyl more than ever. There are three large children's areas where they can ski as much as they want in safe and secure. The lifts are easy to use so that even the youngest visitors will feel great on the children's slopes. Set out on the slopes are the Smottes that come up with all kinds of fun and games for the children to enjoy. Trysil also offers day‐care for children and the ski school runs a number of courses for young skiers.
For non-skiers there are a great array of activities to do such as winter fishing, a day’s snowmobile excursion to Sweden, and why not end the ski vacation in Trysil with a weekend in trendy Oslo?
Snow snow coverage in Trysil is never a problem - firstly, they are way North so the natural snowy conditions are great. However, in extreme cases, the resort can fire up the largest and most advanced snow‐production equipment in Norway. There is a wealth of ski production capability with 450 cannons able to augment natural snow on 27km of ski runs.
The season starts early in Trysil and ends in late April. More exactly, skiing begins as early as 3 November and lasts until 21 April.
Most accommodation in Trysil has nature right outside the door and are located close to the pistes. There are cabins, apartments, hotels, motels and camp sites. The standard of cabins and apartments is very high, those looking for a little bit extra, will find it in Trysil for sure. Over 80 percent of the accommodation is ski in/ski out, which means that you can park your car and leave it parked the entire holiday.
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