Summer

Lots of wonderful summer and autumn activities in Trysil for everyone! Get more information and inspiration about cycling, climbing, river activities such as rafting and kayaking, hiking, the perfect bathing spots, spa and wellness and so on.

Spa and wellness for everyone

Combine your skiing holiday in Trysil with a spa- and wellness experience at Radisson Blu Resort in Trysil.

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Rafting

It doesn’t matter if you try family rafting when the sun is shining or the rain is pouring down, either way you’ll get wet – well-suited for the entire family!

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Hiking in Trysil

Trysil has in a short time become a hiking paradise and it is not that hard to understand why. Beautiful scenery with crispy air and tons of different hikes, from short, light and breezy to long, hard and heavy, something for everyone.

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Horseback riding

Ride your way througt winterland of Trysil on horseback. Join a riding tour arranged by Trysil hestesenter and experience the real untouched wilderness of Trysil.

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Climbing

Climbing park Høyt & Lavt is a must for everyone. With 8 climbing courses, 11 zip-lines and 89 different and fun obstacles, this is a perfect outdoor adventure, ideal for both children and adults.

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Surfer’s Bay – Pool & FlowRider®

Welcome to Surfers’s Bay at Radisson Blu Resort, an adventure pool area of 1 600m2, suitable for the entire family!

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Bowling

If you need a break from skiing, pay a visit to Chill Bowl & Dine at Radisson Blu Resort. A perfect place to hang out with friends and family for a nice meal and a fun game of bowling or pool.

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Trysil-Knut Ski Museum

Visit the Trysil-Knut Ski museum in the city centre of Trysil- the world’s most modern ski museum and experience centre – perfect for all ages!

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Dining areas in Trysil

In Trysil there are many dining options, whether you want to have lunch or enjoy a late dinner.

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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.

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