Eastern-Norway

Trysil Overview

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Overview

A comfortable 2.5-hour drive northeast of Oslo will take you to the largest skiing destination in all of Norway, Trysil. An impressive belt of coniferous forest stretches through the entire county. Trysilfjellet (1132m) towers high above all of this magnificent nature, and is home to Norway’s most extensive ski resort. 32 ski lifts and 71km of slopes connect three sides of the mountain, with slopes and activities for all levels of skiing ability. 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 - regardless of skiing ability. The season starts early and ends in May.

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Trysil Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

86cm
54cm
36cm
18cm
0cm
0cm
Nov
22cm
Dec
71cm
Jan
4cm
Feb
27cm
Mar
32cm
Apr

Terrain Overview

35%
Beginners Runs
17%
Intermediate Runs
26%
Advanced Runs
22%
Expert Runs
66
Runs in Total
4 km
Longest Run

Total Lifts: 31

4
High Speed Sixes
1
Quad Chairs
1
Double Chairs
25
Surface Lifts

Elevation

1100m
Summit
625m
Vertical Drop
475m
Base

Important Dates

December 10, 20212021/12/10
Projected Opening
April 24, 20222022/04/24
Projected Closing
N.A.
Projected Days Open
N.A.
Days Open Last Year
2021
Years Open
0cm
Average Snowfall
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