Trysil, Norway's largest ski resort that can offer you a wonderful skiing holiday with plenty of snow and varied skiing. Trysil offers 71 slopes and 31 lifts, large children's areas, popular parks and arenas.


The winter Location Trysil is only a 3 hour drive northeast of Oslo and is Norway's largest ski resort. 31 lifts and 71 km slopes binds together the three sides of the mountain to a rich and varied resorts where half of the slopes are in wooded terrain and other half is in the mountains. Kids have 3 children's areas with lifts, slopes and custom activities. At 1,100 meters above sea level, lies the ski facility highest skiing area. Here is also the start of some of the really good slopes in Trysil Mountain for the more advanced skiers.

Trysil Mountain have multiple terrain parks for those who feel most comfortable with rails and jumps and these are divided into different levels of difficulty. From beginners to the experienced. The season starts early and ends in May. Snow production assures good conditions early in the season. There is also night skiing in 6 floodlit slopes in high season.

Travel to Trysil by bus:

NW130 Trysilekspressen (Oslo - Elverum - Trysil)

When the winter season starts NW130 Trysilekspressen runs frequent services from Oslo Bus Terminal - Oslo Airport - Elverum and up in the mountains, both to the Welcome Centre and Fageråsen.

Thanks to a new partnership with Swebus you can book your bus ticket on to and from Trysil from several of the major cities in Sweden. Combine Swebus line 820 and 888 with line NW130 Trysilekspressen. From the big city and straight to the slopes in Trysil.

820 Swebus (Copenhagen - Kastrup Airport - Malmo - Lund - Helsingborg - Halmstad - Gothenburg - Uddevalla - Sarpsborg - Oslo)
888 Swebus (Stockholm - Vasteras - Orebro - Karlskoga - Kristinehamn - Karlstad - Årjäng - Töcksfors - Brännemoen Abrasion - Oslo)

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