Biking in Trysil
For many years, large amounts of money have been invested in developing the biking scene in Trysil. With more than 50 kilometres of purpose-built singletrack trails, and about 100 kilometres of natural singletracks Trysil can nowadays brag about being Norway’s largest mountain bike resort. Whether you’re a total novice or an experienced adrenaline seeker, you’ll find plenty of challenges to fit your level of expertise.
GT Bike Park
GT Bike Park is located a stone’s throw from Trysil Alpin, Bakkebygrenda, Vikinggrenda and Trysiltunet. The park consists of a pump track, several different jump lines and other fun features to play around with, a fantastic and well organized area suited for all ages.
Gullia, which opened in 2015 is a Trysil’s well-prepared single track area that offers 20 km of biking experiences you won’t find anywhere else in Scandinavia.
The trails are suitable for everyone and stretch from easy greens to advanced black. A perfect playground for both beginners and experienced cyclists!
Mountainbiking in Trysil is adapted to all levels. Among the summer’s news you’ll find Magic Moose, one of Europe’s longest flow trails, 7,5 kilometre long.
Take the chairlift to the top of Trysilfjellet and feel the flow on this cycling path with smooth berms, easy woops and wooden bridges.
On your way down make a stop at Knettsetra for some delicious waffles and cold beverages that definitely will taste good.
Fjellrunden is a 13-kilometre family-friendly cross-country biking trail around the mountain.
Natural single tracks og down hill biking
Trysilfjellet offers a great variety of natural singletracks and downhill biking. If you go above the tree line you’ll find fantastic tracks, some of them are demanding and require advanced technical skills.
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